Yep. I‘m in love with Mira Grant. I‘m excited that this is a trilogy! Solid writer.
Well this is getting interesting..
We‘ve reached the toddler phase where I am an object to be utilized as a piece of furniture. I‘m not complaining, it‘s pretty cute most of the time.
The tagged book was published in 2013, but I‘ve been saving this Mira Grant/Seanan McGuire series for a special treat. I‘m so glad I did, this book has been just what I needed!
#saturdayreads #currentsituation #suckerforseanan
Very interesting take on the cleanliness of today‘s society. #quotes
I love mad scientist horror stories, especially when the science is backed by enough reality to be plausible. (Heard of Ophiocordyceps unilateralis? Zombie ants?) This story will have you washing your hands and avoiding street tacos for a long time. And you‘ll learn neat facts about parasites!
#teamstoker #24b4Monday #scaryscavengerhunt (where a character dies)
This knick knack from Michael's is the only thing that I own that encapsulates every part of my personality. Cats, books, horror. Perfectenschlag.
Booked tagged is book featured most prominently in this photo.
I enjoyed the premise of this book, genetically engineered tapeworms develop their own minds and start to take over. Also some thoughts on the concept what makes a person. However it was not without flaws. The characters could have had more depth, and the twist was something that I guessed almost immediately. It sort of felt like reading a movie. If that makes sense. I did overall enjoy it as an easy sci-fi read and will continue the series
Thank you so much @ReadingRover for all the goodies in the #SFMBC package you sent!!! The bookmarks are adorable/beautiful and the book choices are perfect. The lotion smells amazing. And I can‘t wait to try blue tea, i had never heard of it and blue is my favorite color 💙💙💙 @Avanders
I enjoy how Mira Grant breaks up the main story with other segments which add to the story. The main story of Parasite is mixed in with parts of an ‘out of publish‘ book, an autobiography, transcribed videos, and an interview from Rolling Stones.
SymboGen have developed an intestinal parasite capable of delivering medication to their host. But people have started succumbing to a sleepwalking disease, and it seems that the parasites are to blame!
I really enjoyed Feed (though I haven‘t read the rest of the series yet) so I‘m excited to try this one!
Well that was disappointing. I loved her feed series and I like her writing style but there was too much I didn't like about this book to get more then a meh from me. I found the parts between the action scenes quite boring and there were some pretty big plot holes and inconsistencies. I did zone out sometimes while I was reading so maybe I missed something either way I won't be continuing with the series.
Finished this beast tonight. Did not love it. I only finished it because I had already invested so much time. I will not be reading the rest of the trilogy. Bummer because I was actually really psyched for this one. Oh well, next please!
If you don't like creepy crawlies, this book will make you squirm! Some #madscientists create a new strain of tapeworm that's able to keep it's hosts from getting sick- ever. Until something goes wrong, of course. #octphotochallenge.
I really need to stop buying books. 😂 #bookhaul