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I fell in love with the newsflesh trilogy in the middle of the first book.
Do you ever read a book and think: "I just want to be best friends with the author. Can we just hang out and I can soak up her/his brillance? Pretty please?"
Shaun, the new main character of the book, repeats the same "people don't get/my crew understands me talking to my dead sister" line far too much.
The first book had some issues, but I got into it and by the end I was totally hooked. This book fixed a lot of the issues I had (repeating things over and over to the point where... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Jess
The sequel to Feed by Mira Grant, Deadline is told from Shaun’s point of view, because [SPOILER ALERT] Shaun was forced to shoot George after the last book’s baddie shot her with a... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Elle
Remarkable follow up to "Feed".
This one had less zombie action but was no less satisfying. Read more
Really like this take on zombies. They make a great backdrop and only serve to further the story. Made a great quick read.Published 26 days ago by Amy Kuchenbecker
I got this book from our library, so it is not a verified purchase. However, I did read it.
Superb book. Horrifying but could so easily be real. Read more
I have been wanting to read this series for awhile and have not been disappointed. This second book in the series kept me swiping the screen on my kindle at every opportunity. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Philip A. McClimon
Even though I pondered this outcome thru the entire book, it's filled with so many twists and chaos that I still think my jaw hit the floor. I'm hooked. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nikki Morrison
I read Feed because I had to. I am not a fan of the zombie genre normally, but I do try to read all the Hugo no,instead novels. I skipped feed because, well, zombies. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary Warner