Coming to You Live

Coming to You Live

A Newsflesh novella from the New York Times bestselling author that brought you Feed, Mira Grant. More from Mira Grant Into the Drowning Deep Newsflesh Short Fiction Apocalypse Scenario #683: The Box 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 Please Do Not Taun...

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Title:Coming to You Live
Author:Mira Grant
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Coming to You Live Reviews

  • Clementine

    Goddamn, this is exactly how a Newsflesh novella should be. It’s fun, it’s high-stakes, it’s something new, and it gives me more time with Shaun and Georgia Mason, the most enjoyable action protagonists ever. I would say I could live in this world forever, but I’m beginning to think that it’s more that I could live with Shaun and Georgia forever, whatever they’re up to.

  • Anthony

    After a string of world-delving Newsflesh novellas, it's great to see a story focused again on Georgia and Shaun Mason. I've missed them.

  • Jessie

    This is a pretty satisfying update on Shaun and George.

  • Mike Pluta

    I'm a huge fan of the

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    . This novella is a great addition and did not disappoint.

  • ☕ Kimberly

    I read this in Rise, and my opinion hasn't changed. I know fans wanted to know, but some doors are best left closed.

  • Katrine Hoyt

    This is a great short story and a wonderful way to the up questions from the end of the Newsflesh series, but, contrary to the publication date listed on kindle and on Amazon, this novella was previously released in another collection. I love Mira Grant and her other pseudonyms and am always eager for something new to pop up, so I bought this as soon as I got an alert from Amazon. Apparently, this is the first time it is being published in its own as

    This is a great short story and a wonderful way to the up questions from the end of the Newsflesh series, but, contrary to the publication date listed on kindle and on Amazon, this novella was previously released in another collection. I love Mira Grant and her other pseudonyms and am always eager for something new to pop up, so I bought this as soon as I got an alert from Amazon. Apparently, this is the first time it is being published in its own as an ebook,hence the new, 2018, publication date. I am disappointed that the author would approve this slightly underhanded method of making more money, but I bet it was the publishing house and Ms. Grant has no idea of their shenanigans.

  • Roz

    I didn’t know this had already been released before.. and I didn’t even realize it until I’ve read half of it. I’m proud to say I have a great memory!

  • Michael

    Lacked the horror and the humor. Was just ok I guess. For such a rich world, it felt like it wasn't fully taken advantage of.

  • Lexxi Kitty

    I mentioned in a status update that this story would need a very good ending for me to give a rating higher than 1 or 2 stars. The ending was on par with the story.

    On the one hand, I do not really understand the point of having this story, on the other hand – of course, people are curious about the ‘afterwards’ part. It is somewhat unfortunate that the fourth book in the trilogy (heh) that followed a different group of people was set in the same time period as the first book in the series, other

    I mentioned in a status update that this story would need a very good ending for me to give a rating higher than 1 or 2 stars. The ending was on par with the story.

    On the one hand, I do not really understand the point of having this story, on the other hand – of course, people are curious about the ‘afterwards’ part. It is somewhat unfortunate that the fourth book in the trilogy (heh) that followed a different group of people was set in the same time period as the first book in the series, otherwise it would have been the perfect book for a little cameo ‘this is what they are doing now’ to occur. That’s ‘easier’, in a way, than a full on story. At least for me. Otherwise you get a story like this – one that many liked, but that I didn’t. It was way too wordy, I mentioned in the same or different status update I’ve already referenced, that the used 99.9% more words than it needed to (actually, I worded it differently – that it could have been told with 99.9% fewer words).

    Long and short – not a story I needed, and I realize that it is my fault that I read it. I read it because I generally like, no, love the short stories that got released along with the ‘trilogy’. But, not really a story I liked – and I kind of knew hat going in (and no, I am not rating it the way I am because of preconceptions, otherwise the short story I read between finishing this one and writing this review would also have a rating around 2 stars, instead of 5).

    ETA: putting this review into the review box caused me to look at my shelves. You know one of the reasons I probably didn't like this story? Spotted it when I spotted what I'd already put on my shelves. 'Zombies'. 'Horror'. There is psychological trauma and a bunch of PTSD going on in this story, but no horror, and the only zombies representation was one wolf (if I recall correctly - Shaun is mentioned going out and 'getting' various types of zombies, animal or human, but the reader doesn't see that, just told. So this really was a navel gazing story with no action. I'm going to have to take a ton of shelves off this book I'd put on preread. No this isn't a horror, no this isn't a zombie book, it's barely post-apocalyptic - only that because . . . it is, but . . . bah).

    Rating: 2.0

    March 25 2018

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