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Why Deadline doesn't live up to Feed

 Feed is a story about a team of independent journalists (bloggers), who are following a political campaign. What makes the story interesting is that it takes place in a unique post-zombie-apocalypse world that has advanced technologically to the point where cities are fortresses and rural areas are dominated by zombies. 756 more words

Review

Hard Pressed

FEED THE BEAST

The REP, Birmingham, Tuesday 21st April, 2015

 

Imagine if the Prime Minister was a man of principle.  Imagine if he actually felt driven to serve the country.  459 more words

Theatre Review

Character Development Case Study #2 - Shaun Mason

Character Development Case Study #2 – Shaun Mason (Newsflesh trilogy by Mira Grant)

(There will be Spoilers!)

Character Background

Shaun Mason, adopted sibling of Georgia Mason, is an Irwin – a journalist whose purpose in life is to poke dangerous things with sticks. 418 more words

REVIEW: Sink or Swim, Liverpool Playhouse Studio

Sink or Swim is a new show celebrating 15 years of its creators Spike Theatre, and showcases a Liverpool theatre company continuing to make some of the most heart-warming, fun and enjoyable theatre you could see anywhere. 362 more words

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Feed (Newsflesh Trilogy #1) by Mira Grant - Left me hungry for more zombies

In the not too distant future, cancer and the common cold are things of the past.  But in the vain of “I Am Legend,”  the cure to one (or two in this case) leads to an even worse pandemic that will change the course of humanity as we know it.  448 more words

Urban Fantasy And Paranormal Books

Further Thoughts on the Newsflesh Trilogy **MAJOR SPOILERS**

If you know me very well at all then you know I don’t subscribe to the concept of spoilers very often. I think there are far too many people who think the smallest of details should be considered a spoiler. 1,323 more words

Science Fiction

Book Review: "Blackout" by Mira Grant

The year was 2039. The world didn’t end when the zombies came, it just got worse. Georgia and Shaun Mason set out on the biggest story of their generation.

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Science Fiction