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Ing young duke; and Fanny Rogers the unsinkable kitchen maidUpstairs Downstairs Toss in some farmers and villagers None of them ever expected to work together for any reasonBut none of them had ever seen anything like th. Zombie Abbey is a short and hilarious read perfect for fans of zombies and 1920's EnglandWhen Will Harvey's aunt shoots her husband no one believes her when she tells people that he was most definitely dead before rising back to life and trying to kill her When the zombies reach the Clarke estate everyone must set aside their differences and work together or they just might end up deadAfter reading the synopsis of this book I knew that I had to read it I love the time period that this is set in and who doesn't love a good zombie story Although this book is placed in the horror genera I didn't really think it was that scary I actually found it to be funny than scaryThis book is told in the perspectives of many people at the Clarke estate including the sisters Will Harvey and the maid While there was lots of characters I loved like the youngest sister Lizzy there was also a lot of characters that I didn't particularly care about So when I was reading from the point of view from the characters I liked I really enjoyed the story but when I was reading in the point of view of the characters I didn't care about the story sometimes seemed to just drag on I really would have enjoyed the story if it was told in one or two points of view rather than this manyThe plot of the story was good This book definitely has a slow start but eventually picks up around half way into the book But once the action started the book definitely got a lot better and I found myself wanting to continue readingWhile I really enjoyed the story I wasn't a huge fan of the ending I think there were a little too many open ended uestions about the characters and what happens next to the characters for me to enjoy the ending It almost seems like there should be a seuel to this novel but I don't think there is oneOverall I enjoyed most of the characters and the action in this story made me want to keep reading and not put the book down I definitely recommend this book if you love Zombies or Jane Austen novels although if you want action from beginning to end or a sold ending this might not be the book for youHappy ReadingAneta

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Zombie Abbey1920 England And the three teenage Clarke sisters thought what they’d wear to dinner was their biggest problem Lady Kate the entitled eldest Lady Grace lost in the middle and wishing she were braver Lady Lizzy so endle. Zombie Abbey by Lauren Baratz Logsted is a young adult historical horror story that takes readers back to 1920 in England and tosses them into a zombie apocalypse I’ve seen a lot of comparisons on this one to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and perhaps that’s true but I haven’t read andor watched to know the details to it But that obviously makes this one not really a completely original idea either but being new to me I found it a fun idea to go back in history instead of normally zombie reads being set in the futureThis book centers around the Clarke family and their visitors and workers etc at their property The three Clarke sisters play a huge part but the point of view bounces around between a lot of the characters without really focusing too much on any one particular person at any given time This is one of the reasons I lowered my rating as I think it would have made connecting a bit easier had the author toned back a bit and focused on specific charactersWhat seemed to be done well though was bringing readers back into that time period and setting up the way things were back then The book starts off with pushing suitors at the eldest Clarke sister because of course back in those days women just had to be married off and of course to someone of their station that cute stable boy would have definitely been off limitsAs the story went on and the zombie activity begins to make it’s appearance it also seemed to fit the time period You see something like Walking Dead with it’s hoards of zombies and that fits the population in this time frame well Zombie Abbey started off a bit slower of course to fit that time periodSo when it was all said and done I do think perhaps this one had a few issues that could have been a bit better it was still an entertaining read overall leaving me to rate it at 35 stars There’s of course the horror side with the zombies but take that and mix it with a bit of history and even some romance making it a nice mix up with just the right amount of actionI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit

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READ ☆ Zombie Abbey  1920 England And the three teenage Clarke sisters thought what they’d wear to dinner was their biggest problem Lady Kate the entitled eldest Lady Grace lost in the middle and wishing she were braver Lady Lizzy so endlessly sunny it’s easy to underestimate her Then there’s Will Harvey the proud to die for—and possibly die with—sSsly sunny it’s easy to underestimate her Then there’s Will Harvey the proud to die for and possibly die with stable boy; Daniel Murray the resourceful second footman with a secret; Raymond Allen the unfortunate look. Yes it’s true When you start to read this book you’ll get a few flashes of Pride Prejudice with Zombies But no worries This isn’t a carbon copy so read onIn Zombie Abbey Lauren Baratz Logsted brings us a very clever funny and heartfelt tale of manners class distinction women coming into their own powerand zombies of courseNow you may find yourself a bit put off by a couple of the sisters at first Please keep reading They each come into their own soon enough While I did have a favorite Grace I found myself loving each of them – even Kate who I hated at firstOur zombies are a bit sad than scary – especially when some characters you love eventually get turnedNote that the book ends on a bit of a cliffhanger so there should be to come – and I’m so looking forward to it Bring on another bookARC Provided via Net Galley