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Peek Inside Zombie Abbey

The Clarke sisters thought what they’d wear to dinner was their biggest problem… They never expected to work with the servants for any reason. But they’ve never seen anything like this.

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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!—stable boy; Daniel Murray, the resourceful second footman with a secret; Raymond Allen, the unfortunate-looking young duke; and Fanny Rogers, the unsinkable kitchen maid.

Upstairs! Downstairs! Toss in some farmers and villagers!

None of them ever expected to work together for any reason.

But none of them had ever seen anything like this.

Praise

5 stars: "I loved every hilarious moment of this delightfully unique mash-up of Downton Abbey meets The Walking Dead." —Alyson Noël, #1 New York Times bestselling author

5 stars: "Highbrow British aristocracy meets The Walking Dead in this tongue-in-cheek tale, a historical and modern mash-up." —Wendy Higgins, New York Times bestselling author of Sweet Evil

5 stars: "More scandalous fun than Downton Abbey, Zombie Abbey is a glorious and zany romp with the undead." —Tasha Alexander, New York Times bestselling author of The Counterfeit Heiress

"This part zombie romp, part historical fiction, and part romantic comedy will delight readers...witty dialogue keeps pages turning..."   School Library Journal 

5 stars: "Funny and captivating, romantic and horrifying, Baratz-Logsted’s fast-paced story will leave readers clamoring for more exciting adventures from their new favorite foursome" —Karen Dionne, author of The Marsh King’s Daughter

5 stars: "Lauren Baratz-Logsted proves once again that she is one of the most versatile and prolific authors out there. She could write (and often does) in any genre and I'd gobble it up!" —Renée Rosen, bestselling author of What the Lady Wants

5 stars: "A delight, pure and simple, from page one. Is there any kind of novel, for any age group, that Baratz-Logsted [...] can't write? Not that I can tell..." —Jon Clinch, author of Finn

5 stars: "Fantastic read! Sharp, funny, swoony, and guaranteed to scratch both your Zombie and your Downton Abbey itches. I loved it!" —Danielle Younge-Ullman, author of Everything Beautiful is Not Ruined

5 stars: "I really enjoy Lauren Baratz-Logsted's books, and this one is a fun read-- reminded me a lot of Downton Abbey, but with a twist. It was a bit like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, but to my mind, this one was better!" —Nora Carroll, author of The Color of Water in July

5 stars: "I just love a good zombie story and Lauren Baratz knows how to write one. I felt so many emotions,funny, scared, thrilled." —Karen Dinisi, author of A Vacation from Hell

5 stars: "Do you love British drawing room romance and repartee? Check! Do you love the unrelenting suspense of a good zombie attack? Check! Do you love complex characters and a plot full of surprises and twists? Check!" Andrea Schicke Hirsch, author of Sasquatch

5 stars: "Lauren Baratz-Logsted never ceases to amaze me with her ability to write convincing characters, juicy plots and extraordinary settings. Her latest, ZOMBIE ABBEY, mashes up the setting and characters of TV's Downton Abbey with a cast of zombies for a memorable romp through Edwardian England." Carolyn Burns Bass, author of Sarah’s Sacrifice

5 stars: "In Zombie Abbey, Lauren Baratz-Logsted brings us a very clever, funny and heartfelt tale of manners, class distinction, women coming into their own power…and zombies, of course." —Outlaw Poet, Goodreads Reviewer

5 stars: "A little bit of Pride and Prejudice, a little bit of Dark Days Club and very much in the vein of Downton Abbey, this book is very much for fans of any of these three. Luckily, I happen to love all three. This book was a delight, the characters vibrant in their own way, and the gore delightfully ghastly." —Claire, Claire M. Andrews Books

5 stars: "Looking for your next Downton Abbey fix? With a few zombies thrown is? Well, look no further than this campy mashup of a Downton-like world and Walking Dead!" —Ruth Rugoff, Goodreads Reviewer

5 stars: "Very clever and funny; I felt myself chuckling as I read." —Tami, Goodreads Reviewer

5 stars: "Whenever I pick up a book by Lauren Baratz-Logsted, I know I'm in for a good read, and Zombie Abbey is no exception! Lauren is a creative and inventive storyteller and she always has a unique and fresh slant to her stories." —Lauren, Goodreads Reviewer

5 stars: "This kind of reminded me of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies! I think that all classic novels should have zombies in them to be honest! It adds some spice!" —Taylor, Goodreads Reviewer

5 stars: "It's a entertaining, fun read. Think British humor and campy horror mixed together. It is not like anything else on the young adult shelves right now." —Kat, Skip to the Best of Young Adult Literature

5 stars: "What a wonderful yarn! This telling respects the Edwardian upper-crust life in the midst of their entire world about to be totally upended. Traditions, customs, and all things chiefly British are given the consideration that a Downton fan would anticipate." —Rob Mayette, Goodreads Reviewer

5 stars: "I am in love with this book and I highly recommend checking it out!" —Madison, Stylish Brunette

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781633759121
Release Date: Apr 3, 2018
Page Count: 352
Imprint: teen
Genre: historical, paranormal, young adult
Tropes: coming of age/family/social issues, overcoming odds

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By Carrie March 16, 2018

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 and/or watch... ...more

By D.M. January 14, 2018

Zombie Abbey is the first book of this kind I've read. I know there are quite a lot of this kind of books out there and I was curious. I didn't know what to expect and once I signed up I'll admit I was a little scared to read it.

Porthampton Abbey has similarities to Downtown Abbey. The wealthy f... ...more

By Melissa July 20, 2018

*This review can also be found on The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to the publisher for the review copy in exchange of my honest opinion.*

It's been a long time since I had read a zombie novel and even more, one as entertaining as Zombie Abbey! Reminiscent to one of my favorite TV shows, Downt... ...more

By OutlawPoet January 19, 2018

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 on!

In Zombie Abbey, Lauren Baratz-Logsted brings us a very clever, funny and heartfelt tale of manners, class distinction, women com... ...more

By Aneta March 30, 2018

Zombie Abbey is a short and hilarious read, perfect for fans of zombies and 1920's England.

When 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 e... ...more

By Renee January 25, 2018

Lauren Baratz-Logsted proves once again that she is one of the most versatile and prolific authors out there. She could write (and often does) in any genre and I'd gobble it up! ...more

By Karen January 25, 2018

Such a fun book! I blasted through this in no time, and loved every word! ...more

By Carol April 20, 2018

DOWNTON ABBEY, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, THE WALKING DEAD ... This book has it all! ZOMBIE ABBEY is an enjoyable, fast read. And it's well-written! ...more

By Kathy December 18, 2017

I just love a good zombie story and Lauren Baratz knows how to write one. I felt so many emotions,funny, scared, thrilled. It was a good thriller of a story.

#ZombieAbbey #NetGalley 


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By Lili April 03, 2018

First, just look at that cover. It's gorgeous. I want a physical copy so I can display it on my shelf. :)

Now to the book... Before the Zombie 'plague' happened, the Clarke family's concern centered on the entail that dangers their control over their entire estate. Having three daughters and no h...

...more

By Mary (BookHounds) April 04, 2018

Special Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a review copy!

In a wonderful mix of Downton Abbey and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, I think I have found my new favorite thing. Yes, you get the Upstairs, Downstairs along with some kick-butt action but what makes this story special are th... ...more

By Claire December 28, 2017

Thank you Netgalley for a copy of this book. My views are entirely my own.

A little bit of Pride and Prejudice, a little bit of Dark Days Club and very much in the vein of Downton Abbey, this book is very much for fans of any of these three. Luckily, I happen to love all three. This book was a del... ...more

By Lynndell April 03, 2018

Thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review Zombie Abbey by Lauren Baratz-Logsted. The story opens with the three daughters, their family owns the Abbey, getting ready for a party that evening. The eldest daughter, Kate, is meant to marry and bear a male ch... ...more

By Erica April 24, 2018

I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads

4 Stars.

Young Adult age-range: 14+ due to the gruesome nature of zombies.

I'm trying to be careful to create a spoiler-free review.

To be honest, I wasn't sure what to expect when I began Zombie Abbey- zombies have never been of... ...more

By Ruth January 25, 2018

Looking for your next Downton Abbey fix? With a few zombies thrown is? Well, look no further than this campy mashup of a Downton-like world and Walking Dead! Some characters from Upstairs may initially come across as difficult to like - because of course they do! - but once they're forced to work... ...more

By Lauren January 25, 2018

Whenever I pick up a book by Lauren Baratz-Logsted, I know I'm in for a good read, and Zombie Abbey is no exception! Lauren is a creative and inventive storyteller and she always has a unique and fresh slant to her stories.

Congratulations, Lauren, on another book that's a well-written and entert... ...more

By Jon January 25, 2018

A delight, pure and simple, from page one. Is there any kind of novel, for any age group, that Baratz-Logsted (I LOVE YOU, MICHAEL COLLINS, VERTIGO, THE SISTERS 8 SERIES) can't write? Not that I can tell... ...more

By Danielle January 25, 2018

Fantastic read! Sharp, funny, swoony, and guaranteed to scratch both your Zombie and your Downton Abbey itches. I loved it! ...more

By Kat December 22, 2017

#ZombieAbbey #Netgalley
Thank you to Netgalley and Entangled Publishing, LLC for the E-ARC copy of this novel.
I have read Lauren Baratz-Logsted before, I think her books are creative and imaginative. After having said that this book is right up there with her best. It's a entertaining, fun read. T... ...more

By Taylor December 30, 2017

I received a copy from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

This kind of reminded me of pride and prejudice and zombies! I think that all classic novels should have zombies in them to be honest! It adds some spice! ...more

By Lauren April 09, 2018

*3.5*

Lauren Baratz-Logsted's books are typically very hit-or-miss for me. Sometimes I enjoy them while other times they simple aren't my cup of tea. I couldn't resist Zombie Abbey, however, as I wanted to see what a zombie flavored Downtown Abbey book would be like.

As it turns out, I was pleasa... ...more

By Becky April 06, 2018

Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 4/6/18.

Zombie Abbey in an entertaining mashup of the world of Downton Abbey and zombies that's more fun to read if you focus on the details a bit less. (Historical accuracy in particular seems a bit iffy...) There's a lot of tongue-in-cheek humor and hints... ...more

By Arys April 13, 2018

Zombie Abbey by Lauren Baratz-Logsted is a fun YA historical horror novel set in 1920 England. A mix of Downton Abbey and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Ms. Baratz-Logsted provides readers with an entertaining novel filled with humor, wit, and of course zombies.

The story focuses on the Clarke f... ...more

By Bookablereads Reviews April 11, 2018

Review will be up soon ...more

By Rob January 28, 2018

I loved Downton Abbey. I’m “meh” on zombies. I was thinking that these would average out to a “lukewarm” for this speculative book on a Downton-like place being hit by a zombie apocalypse, but instead I enjoyed it immensely. And if you’re a true Downton fan, you will love it, too.

I got an advance... ...more

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Lauren Baratz-Logsted

About the author

Lauren Baratz-Logsted

Lauren Baratz-Logsted is the author of over 30 books for adults, teens and children, which have been published in 15 countries. Before becoming a writer, she was an independent bookseller (11 years), a Publishers Weekly reviewer (292 titles); a freelance editor, a sort-of librarian, and a window washer. She lives in CT with her husband, daughter and cat. Lauren prefers the nobility to zombies, as a rule, and so long as you’re not the latter, you’re welcome to visit her at www.laurenbaratzlogsted.com.

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