Feed (Newsflesh Trilogy #1)
Mira Grant's Newflesh Trilogy opens in an eerie post-apocalyptic world where zombies, pandemics, bloggers, and White House occupant would-be vie for our attention. Twin web reporters Georgia and Shaun Mason are flattered when a presidential candidate invites them to cover his campaign. Before... show more
Mira Grant's Newflesh Trilogy opens in an eerie post-apocalyptic world where zombies, pandemics, bloggers, and White House occupant would-be vie for our attention. Twin web reporters Georgia and Shaun Mason are flattered when a presidential candidate invites them to cover his campaign. Before long though, they are engulfed in a story far more serious and infinitely more dangerous. A mass-market original; a new series to set your sights on.
Publish date: May 1st 2010
Pages no: 571
Edition language: English
Series: Newsflesh Trilogy (#1)
I really don't like alternating or multiple first person voices. That twist towards the end, will probably mean other things for other people, but for me it means the story should have ended there. Full stop. Won't stop me from listening to Shaun's book, though. P.S. Paula Christensen was a real...
Well slap my arse and call me Bertha, this book moved me. I’ve had a great deal of difficulty finding books that I actually give enough of a shit about to finish in recent years. So for me to finish a trilogy… and then go back and re-read the fucking thing is amazeballs. And I fell in love with th...
My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.com. Feed is another story that I picked up to stay with my horror theme for Halloween in October. It is also another great recommendation from TheGeekyBlogger. After I started listening to the first little bit, I started t...
Feed takes place in the year 2039, 25 years after the zombie outbreak that occurred in 2014. In this novel, the characters are not facing a full on apocalypse. Despite the presence of zombies, much of society is intact. There are fully-operating restaurants, blogs, and even a presidential campaign. ...
This review was originally posted on One Curvy BloggerThis review is a long time coming as I finished the book two months ago. FEED is one of those books that was so good, I had a hard time reviewing it. For months, I have had read countless reviews of bloggers urging readers to pick this book up AS...
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