Zombie Cinderella (Zombie Fairy Tales #1) [NOOK Book]

Overview

On the day her father is buried, Cinderella's stepmother forces her to wait upon her ugly stepsisters as they prepare for a frivolous ball. Poor Cinderella is literally worked to death by her in-laws, and left to die alone in the cinders. But thanks to an infection from a mysterious old woman, Cinderella is...
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Zombie Cinderella (Zombie Fairy Tales #1)

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Overview

On the day her father is buried, Cinderella's stepmother forces her to wait upon her ugly stepsisters as they prepare for a frivolous ball. Poor Cinderella is literally worked to death by her in-laws, and left to die alone in the cinders. But thanks to an infection from a mysterious old woman, Cinderella is granted a chance for revenge. Soon, it will be midnight, and everyone will be washing floors—with blood.

Print Length: 42 pages, or 11,700 words.

About Zombie Fairy Tales:

Zombie Cinderella is the first in a monthly series of short stories set in a dark fairy tale universe plagued by zombies. Surreal and full of black humor, installments feature familiar childhood characters as they encounter a world of stark violence and horror—Cinderella is worked to death before the ball, Pinocchio is made from children's corpses, and Little Red Riding Hood finds more than wolves in the forest.

New titles will appear on the 13th of each month throughout 2012. The series features overlapping elements, characters, and places for a more immersive experience for the dedicated fan, but can also be read as stand-alone entries in any order. Get infected now.

Also Available:

Hansel and Gretel Are Dead (Zombie Fairy Tales #2)
The Zombie Pinocchio (Zombie Fairy Tales #3)
Blood Red Riding Hood (Zombie Fairy Tales #4)
Beauty Is a Beast (Zombie Fairy Tales #5)
Zombie Cinderella II: The Ball (Zombie Fairy Tales #6)
Revenge of the Little Match Girl (Zombie Fairy Tales #7)
The Curse of Peter Pan (Zombie Fairy Tales #8)
The Little Mermaid of Death (Zombie Fairy Tales #9)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014509817
  • Publisher: Zombie Fairy Tales
  • Publication date: 4/13/2012
  • Series: Zombie Fairy Tales , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 578,859
  • File size: 99 KB

Meet the Author

Kevin Richey is a freelance writer living in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of Zombie Fairy Tales, a monthly series of short stories set in a dark fairy tale universe plagued by zombies.

Read more on zombiefairytales.com or follow him on Facebook (zombiefairytales) or Twitter (@zombiefairytale--no S).
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2013

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    I read this to my sisters on halloween night and they loved and want to finished the next book its awsome book to read if you like creepy fairy tales.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2013

    Faire tales

    If you love gore books this is the book for you. The first pages if the short story is a little slow, but it got better. I read this at night and wasnt feeling well and it made me want to throw up. It is 40 something pages. It was a good book hope you guys will like it.

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    Posted April 15, 2012

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