Feed (Newsflesh Trilogy Series #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: 01-05-2010
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Rating: 3.5★ I enjoyed the narration by Paula Christensen and Jesse Bernstein. While I really liked the characters and will continue on to book 2 at some point, I don't know that I would have continued had it not been for the audio. I think I might have lost some interest when we got to the election...
In 2014, the Rising happened. The dead came back to life and went on the rampage, biting or simply splattering the living to try to spread the infection. Millions died and the only reason more didn’t die was the Bloggers – while the news was telling the world that everything was ok, the Bloggers tol...
Well, hello there my fellow bibliophiles!I just want to make a confession at the head of this review. I am a zombie fan. I have been ever since I was 8 years old and watched George Romero’s seminal 1960’s classic Night of the Living Dead. I firmly believe that Romero’s flicks are not just trashy hor...
I did want more, this is after all Seanan McGuire we are talking about, but then nothing compare to her October books. I love those.The book was well written, it threw a few punches that made me sit up but for me, yeah, me and thrillers are not exactly a couple. And that is what it was. Lots of poli...
I'm not a zombie fan, that falling off flesh doesn't do it for me. But I liked this book.Grant's Feed is about blogging, news, and zombies. Her world building, including how zombies are, is pretty good. Of interest is also the bits about reporting and blogging. The drawback for me is the charact...
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