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After the End Times

An appreciation blog for all things Newsflesh
Dec 5 '12
Dec 4 '12
Dec 3 '12
Dec 2 '12

ryssabeth:

Mahir Gowda is literally my favorite Newsflesh character and I could probably write a three paragraph essay about why, but I won’t. Instead, I’ll just gush here for a minute or two.

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Dec 1 '12
  • Georgia: Shaun...
  • Shaun: I'm here.
  • Georgia: I love you.
  • Shaun: I know, George. I love you, too. You and me. Always.
Nov 30 '12
pyroshadow96:

I am currently reading the FANTASTIC book “Deadline” I hope to have a wonderful time reading this book.  Also I would Highly recommend the book “Feed” the first story to the “NewsFlesh” trilogy and it was a fantastic read. Signed, Pyro

pyroshadow96:

I am currently reading the FANTASTIC book “Deadline” I hope to have a wonderful time reading this book.
Also I would Highly recommend the book “Feed” the first story to the “NewsFlesh” trilogy and it was a fantastic read.
Signed,
Pyro

Nov 29 '12

8.5 out of 10, Deadline is the best midpoint of a trilogy I’ve encountered in awhile. 

Nov 28 '12

ryssabeth:

MAHIR SURESH GOWDA

Nov 27 '12
"You really can’t go home again.
Sometimes, that’s a good thing.
Sometimes, when you try, you find out that home isn’t there anymore…but that it wasn’t only in your head before. Home actually existed. Home wasn’t just a dream.
Sometimes, that’s the best thing of all."
Shaun Mason, in Blackout by Mira Grant.  (via living400lbs)
Nov 26 '12
"See, when the zombies came, it was an accident. Researchers in two totally unconnected facilities were working on two totally unrelated projects that involved genetically engineering “helper viruses”—new diseases that were supposed to make life better for the whole damn world. One of them was based on a really fucking nasty hemorrhagic fever called Marburg, and was designed to cure cancer. The other was based on a strain of the common cold, and was supposed to get rid of colds forever. Enter Marburg Amberlee and the Kellis Flu, two beautiful pieces of viral engineering that did exactly what they were supposed to do. No more cancer, no more colds, just happy people all over the world celebrating the dawn of a new age. Only it turns out the viruses were just like the people who made them in at least one sense, because when they met, through the natural chain of transmission and infection, it was basically love at first sight. First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the hybrid viral strain known as “Kellis-Amberlee.” It swept the planet before anyone knew what was happening."
Mira Grant, Newsflesh Trilogy, Book Two, Deadline (via lunchb0x-b)