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Review of Mira Grant's "Blackout" (Newsflesh, Book 3)

Grade: A

Nothing short of a real zombie apocalypse could have kept me from reading Blackout, the third and final book in the Newsflesh trilogy by Mira Grant. 559 more words


Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant

When the Imagine Network commissioned a documentary on mermaids, to be filmed from the cruise ship Atargatis, they expected what they had always received before: an assortment of eyewitness reports that proved nothing, some footage that proved even less, and the kind of ratings that only came from peddling imaginary creatures to the masses. 612 more words


Review of Mira Grant's "Deadline" (Newsflesh, Book 2)

Grade: A-

The sequel to Feed by Mira Grant, Deadline is told from Shaun’s point of view, because Shaun was forced to shoot George after the last book’s baddie shot her with a syringe full of the Kellis-Amberlee (aka zombie-making) virus. 474 more words

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Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant

“The official record says all hands were lost at sea. We believe that something far worse occurred. We believe they were found.” -Mira Grant, Rolling in the Deep… 228 more words


Review of Mira Grant's "Feed" (Newsflesh, Book 1)

Grade: A

I started Mira Grant’s Feed last year and had to return it to the library, so I was glad to have the chance to finally finish it. 484 more words

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Books, etc.: Quitter

Don’t get me wrong. I can’t stop reading, even if I wanted to, which I don’t. I’ve read while walking down halls. I’ve read while getting blood drawn.(1) I’ve read under the blankets while sleeping on a sofa and nearly melted the Naugahyde. 365 more words

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‘Mira Grant’

‘Mira Grant’ is Seanan Maguire’s pen name, under which she writes scientific horror thrillers (yes, that’s totally a genre). I’d never read any of Maguire’s books when I was lured in by the delicious humour of the front cover of Feed.   348 more words

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