We’ve covered some of the most excellent werewolf-takes on classic literature on a post you can find here and now we bring you one more. Emma and the Werewolves is definitely a new take on that classical literature piece by Jane Austen, Emma.
We don’t get very much description on this new book, which was available as of yesterday. But I imagine that it’s pretty much Emma Woodhouse and all her friends in Highbury running for their lives as the town becomes overloaded with bestial and hairy wolves of the meanest sort. All of course, while Emma continues on trying to play matchmaker. The book comes from Coscom Entertainment, which is a small publisher that seems to be obsessed with injecting a world of fantasy and monsters into a world of sophistication and elegance. Coscom currently has three books that are currently in publication and three more that are to be released soon. Most of these, such as Alice in Zombieland, seem to deal mainly in zombies but Emma and the Werewolves is definitely one that places the focus on what we all love and crave – werewolves! If you’re interested, you might want to check it out on Amazon. So far, that’s the only place I’ve heard of it being sold.
And for those of you who despise this tinkering around with the old classics, all we can say is this – At least credit is still given to the original author, even if Jane Austen has to share it with this Adam Rann person. But, Jane Austen wouldn’t have really minded all that much would she? Well actually, yeah, I think she probably would have.