Moorat has draped his very funny tale of the marauding undead over a solid frame-work of historical detail ... As with the Austen adaptations, it is the women who are bold and quick-witted enough to take on the monsters, a nice reversal of the passive victim role traditionally handed to young women, in horror as in history. (Observer
'Moorat infuses his tale with enough bravura and over-the-top action to lift it above a horde of similar projects; readers able to stomach the deliriously bloody goings-on will find plenty to enjoy' Starred Review, 'Pick of the Week' (Publishers Weekly
Following in the bloodied footsteps of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, we see the well-known historical events of Queen's early life and Albert's death given an hilarious, demonic twist. A E Moorat weaves a lurid tapestry of royal biography, gothic horror and fist-gnawing comedy.