Ben H. Winters wrote this parody novel, published by Quirk Books, as a mashup of the classic Anna Karenina written by Tolstoy with steampunk themes.
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Justin Cronin is an American author who has written four novels, including two of three books of the vampire trilogy, The Passage.
The Passage is the first in a trilogy of vampire books written by Justin Cronin. It introduces us to Amy and her role in saving the world.
The Twelve is book 2 of the Passage trilogy written by Justin Cronin. It takes place present-day as the apocalypse unfolds and also in the future with Amy.
Book 3 of The Passage trilogy is the much-anticipated The City of Mirrors. Justin Cronin completes the story with his survivors striking out in a new world.
11/22/63 is a novel published by Stephen King in November 2011. It's the story of a time traveler who is trying to stop the assassination of JFK on Nov 22, 1963
The debut novel for American writer, Ransom Riggs, and soon to be a film. The story of Jacob Portman and his trip to a derelict orphanage in Wales.
Seth Grahame-Smith created this mashup of Pride and Prejudice with modern fiction about zombies in 2009. It is a parody novel and lists Jane Austen as co-author
Steve Hockensmith picks up where Seth Grahame-Smith left off in this sequel to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. The story continues with Darcy being bitten...
PPZ: Dawn of the Dreadfuls is a parody novel written by Steve Hockensmith and published by Quirk Books. It was written as a prequel to the original mashup novel