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Seanan McGuire.Born and raised in Northern California, Mira Grant has made a lifelong study of horror movies, horrible viruses, and the inevitable threat of the living dead In college, she was voted Most Likely to Summon Something Horrible in the Cornfield, and was a founding member of the Horror Movie Sleep Away Survival Camp, where her record for time survived in the Swamp Cannibals scenario remains unchallenged.Mira lives in a crumbling farmhouse with an assortment of cats, horror movies, comics, and books about horrible diseases When not writing, she splits her time between travel, auditing college virology courses, and watching horror movies than is strictly good for you Favorite vacation spots include Seattle, London, and a large haunted corn maze just outside of Huntsville, Alabama.Mira sleeps with a machete under her bed, and highly suggests that you do the same.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 608 pages
  • Rise
  • Mira Grant
  • English
  • 23 October 2018

10 thoughts on “Rise

  1. says:

    full story by story review completed Countdown it was good to revisit this story, like seeing an old friend i d read it so many years ago, but i still remembered all of it, which is a testament to the staying power of mira grant s imagery and also her many wonderful turns of phrase Berkeley, being a university town in Northern California, had two major problems not enough guns, and too many idiots who thought they could fight off zombies with medieval weapons they d stolen from the history department It also had two major advantages most of the roads were already half blocked to prevent campus traffic from disturbing the residents, and most of those residents were slightly insane by any normal societal measurement.considering that a replica of a medieval weapon is later used, to great effect, in a different newsflesh story, the idiocy seems instead to be just good thinking you calling kelly nakata an idiot, ms grant hmmm, are ya but in the world of newsflesh, it s true that a little insanity will always serve you well, amiright, foxy and now for the chills Oggie kills me every time.Evergladesthis one was a first time read for me, and i d always felt a bit of a hole in my life for not having read it, as it was the only one i hadn t read and now i have it s very short it didn t leave much of an impression on me, although i really appreciated her introduction in which sh...

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    Being back in the Newsflesh world after so long had me all sorts of giddy Sure, I ve read some of these short stories recently, but the best thing about this collection of short stories is the expectation of to come Feedback is coming this October and this is the perfect book to read to get a bit of a refresh and to prepare yourself mentally More George More Shaun More zombies Oh, man, is it October yet So, back to Rise A Newsflesh Collection This collection consists of eight short stories and two of them have never before been published These are all set in the Newsflesh world but not necessarily George and Shaun s world although a few of course do.The first, Countdown, is a must read for fans of the Newsflesh novels Countdown takes you back before the virus was spread, before the zombies came alive, when the world was still as vivid and vibrant as it is today This is a super short story and left me wanting much much , but it was still an extremely informative piece of writing that I felt was essential to truly understanding the Newsflesh world You don t get to read anything about Shaun or George or even Buffy, but you do get a glimpse into the life of Amanda Amberlee, the creator of the cure Dr Alexander Kellis, and of the group responsible for unleashing it onto the world, The Mayday Army Even with a short story, Mira Grant does a phenomenal job at pulling you right ...

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    Christine Lakin and John Glouchevitch both did an excellent job of narrating these shorts I have previously read most of the novellas, so it took me a moment to acclimate to their voices as opposed to the ones in my head My name is Shaun Mason, and I am not okay Countdown It was fun revisiting the story and is one of my favorites Countdown introduces us to Amanda Amberlee A girl who was cured of leukemia, and the namesake for the Amberlee Virus A virus responsible for the apocalyptic world, we find in the Newsflesh trilogy This story also introduces us to Dr Kellis who was responsible for stealing the untested cure If you have been curious about the first outbreaks, this story is for you Everglades is a very short fiction and was originally part of the Living Dead 2 Anthology collection containing zombie stories The tale is very short, but shares an outbreak on a college campus near the beginning of the outbreak Debbie our protagonist shares what happens along with the survival lessons she learned from her Gra...

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    The only way anyone ever knows what matters to them is by losing it If losing something breaks you in a way that can never be repaired, then that was what mattered Now you know Congrats Try to live with it Oof And like that. I m done with the Newsflesh series All of these books are fucking monsters, yet somehow I speed through them as though they were half their size It s like I unhinge my jaw just devour them This series is so compulsively readable Rise is a collection of two previously unreleased novellas and six short stories set within the Newsflesh universe, all of which were new to me If you haven t at least read the three books prior to this, DO NOT PROCEED WITH THIS COLLECTION I find it incredibly difficult to remain completely spoiler free when discussing a book this far into the series So avert your damn eyes and come back after you ve immersed yourself in this glorious world This assortment of stories help to expand upon the world that Mira Grant has written There are pieces that fill in the gaps left by the trilogy...

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    Despite my immense love of Mira Grant s Newsflesh trilogy, I d not yet gotten around to reading the various novellas I was definitely planning to, sooner rather than later, so I was THRILLED when Rise was announced At that point, I decided to wait, even though I was actively rereading at about that time I mean, new stories and the old stories all conveniently together in one whole book SIGN ME UP.CountdownRise opens strongly with Countdown Countdown details The Rising in small snippets, from the creation of the cures that accidentally merged to cause it and the first attacks Though the information wasn t precisely new, there s a lot detail given to the bigger picture details that you get in the trilogy Grant does an amazing job with these Despite the brevity of each snippet, they re powerful and intense I have a lot of Dr and Mr Kellis feels.The steady undercurrent of Countdown is the constant shifting of blame Many events combine to bring about the Rising, and no one wants to be culpable It s sad, really, that the people who feel guiltiest about the apocalypse are the ones who were least culpable.Also powerful are the news sn...

  6. says:

    holy crap was this a long book, but so worth it.if you didn t see the brilliance of mira grant s writing before you will after this.countdown was the missing piece most people will want to read.everglades shows how some people just can t find a reason to keep living.she also takes rea...

  7. says:

    4.5 stars it took me quite awhile to get through all these stories but I m really glad I kept going The stories are all great but the last couple are definite 5 stars Love this whole series.

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    So here is a short list so I remember before reading this which stories I have read.Countdown Everglades San Diego 2014 The Last Stand of the California BrowncoatsHow Green This Land, How Blue This SeaThe Day the De...

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    Rise collects all of the Newsflesh novellas and one short story in one beautiful place, AND gives us two new novellas Which is what this review will focus on, since I have reviewed all the other novellas Countdown , San Diego 2014 The Last Stand of the California Browncoats , How Green This Land, How Blue This Sea , The Day the Dead Came to Show and Tell , and Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus I did re read Everglades, having read it years ago, and it remains Not My Jam storywise, though it s very moody Oh, with this collection you get lots of fun introductions The introductions are worth reading.Anyway, the two new novellas are cleverly chosen written, as one is pre series and one is post series, and each one focuses on view spoiler a ...

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    Since this is a collection of short stories I ll write my thoughts separately for each one.1 Countdown Pre rising How everything began Normally, this would be the beginning of a zombie movie We learn exactly how the virus was formed and spread Interesting and exciting I remember when I first read it I was annoyed with the olde trope of damn hippies go and free the monkeys and everything turns to shit I still am tired of it.2.Everglades Pre rising It was so short I barely remember it It had memories of a grandpa and alligators Not bad.3.San Diego 2014 Pre rising Good old geek fun Is also good as a standalone story Zombies at ComiCon, full with cosplay and shit Yeah 4.How Green This Land How Blue This Sea Post rising Mahir goes to Australia and sees zombie kangaroos Interesting ideas Australian security is very different which is nice since we at least we as Europeans always criticize american media s use of fear on their citizens Nice to see Mira taking this approach 5.The Day The Dead Came To Show And Tell Post rising How cool is this title Even if it s a lie, because it wasn t show and tell day At first I was a bit annoyed with the emotional milking of the tragedy that is when kids die The story is so fast paced though, and filled with excitement and agony, that I quickly forgot about it Did not care for the protagonist before reading this, now I do.6.Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus Post rising M...

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