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    Great read

    I really liked this book! I couldn't put it down and now I'm sad because I have to wait for the next one. Normally I'm a zombie fan but this parasite theme is very creepy and it got me hooked. I read her other series first (Newsflesh) and I enjoyed those so much I wanted to find other works by her. I'm glad I stumbled across her work in my local bookstore. You should definitely check her books out, you won't regret it!
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    Master of the universe.

    Good read. Kept my interest.
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    An Fun But Predictable Read

    I picked up the 1st book in Grant's newest "apocalyptic" series after falling in love with her storytelling style during the Newsflesh series/novellas. While it was entertaining enough for me to pick up the next book when it drops this November, I was overall underwhelmed. The groundwork of the series is interesting, science run amok, what does it mean to be sentient, the role of family, etc. The problem is she spends way too much time building to anti-climatic non-reveal that the reader knows is coming after the 1st 10 pages. I also wish the twisted children's book and its ending had been revealed via passages throughout the story instead of suddenly and unceremoniously summarized. But, as I said, still entertaining enough to keep me invested in the series through the next novel.
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    Parasite

    Not a great read. Frankly, I found the protagonist boring. It took a long time to build up towards anything remotely interesting and even longer to become exciting. Most annoyingly, it is yet another book that doesn't end so that we have to buy (and wait for) the sequel.
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    parasite

    To the naysayers- I say 'phooey' , and 'you're taking the Mickey'. this novel was not predictable, at all. the premise was original and clever. the outcome may have been foreshadowed, but certainly not early on. I think some people like to criticize what they themselves cannot do. I highly recommend this book and am looking forward to the sequels.
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