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Orbit, Jun 1, 2011 - Fiction - 624 pages
Shaun Mason is a man without a mission. Not even running the news organization he built with his sister has the same urgency as it used to. Playing with dead things just doesn't seem as fun when you've lost as much as he has.

But when a CDC researcher fakes her own death and appears on his doorstep with a ravenous pack of zombies in tow, Shaun has a newfound interest in life. Because she brings news-he may have put down the monster who attacked them, but the conspiracy is far from dead.

Now, Shaun hits the road to find what truth can be found at the end of a shotgun.

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So this book I wasn't sure about b/c I really really LOVED George! But this book was a good surprise. I enjoyed this book. The ending threw me for a loop! I can't wait to read the next one There was a ... Read full review

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Even better than the first book, Feed. It's going to be difficult to write about this book while avoiding spoilers! At first I thought that the change of p.o.v. from Georgia to her brother Shaun would ... Read full review


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Mira Grant lives in California, sleeps with a machete under her bed, and highly suggests you do the same. Mira Grant is the pseudonym of Seanan McGuire -- winner of the 2010 John W. Campbell Award for best new writer. Find out more about the author at or follow her on twitter @seananmcguire.

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