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Review: Parasite by Mira Grant

A decade in the future, humanity thrives in the absence of sickness and disease.

We owe our good health to a humble parasite – a genetically engineered tapeworm developed by the pioneering SymboGen Corporation.

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Doing the Unthinkable *GASP*

I… I… I have a confession to make. I am not proud of this-not in the least, but… I have no other choice. I am doing something unthinkable to the bibliophile order. 268 more words


Armor and Arms

Just because the Second book in the Newsflesh series is being tortuously unreadable,  doesn’t mean we can’t all be still enjoying the clothing that the zombie genre inspires. 200 more words


Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant

The scientists and crew of the Atargatis seek mermaids in the isolated Mariana Trench. They will find terror and death. What horrors lie behind the myth of beautiful mermaids? 139 more words

And Then There Were Two...

The bitter-sweet moment when we turn the last page of a book you were enjoying is softened when the page after that is an excerpt from the next book in the series. 432 more words


Feed by Mira Grant - Book 1 of Newsflesh

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. 400 more words


Science and Suspicion

What do the books Frankenstein, Jurassic Park, and FEED (or pretty much anything about zombies) have in common. Besides that to some degree they all have a little raising of the dead going on, they all seem to be some sort of scientific cautionary tale. 491 more words