I would have spaced it out a it more, but my dad and I were having a friendly race to see who could finish book 5 first. I was at a disadvantage, considering he had been reading them as they came out and I hadn't even read the first one. But that's what rereading is for!
There is a lot, but well worth the read. I would suggest skipping the last 6 stories (I think it is). Extremely sub-par from the rest, seems like a completely different author (and some suggest it was). But everything else, especially the first two book, are amazing.
Just finished the first chapter of "The Sound and the Fury" by William Faulkner, and ill be honest it's probably one of the best first chapters i've ever read. The Narrative is staggering and hard to understand at times but holy shit I couldn't put it down I read 75 pages in about 3 hours and once i finish I want to go back again.
God books are so under appreciated in modern society with younger generations phasing away from the media form. But I've recently gottin back into reading, what im currently reading is: A COOCKWORK ORANGE THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GREY DONT REMEMBER THE EXACT NAME BUT ITS ABOUT THE UPRISING OF THE INTERNET
Its early morning here in Australia, as well as Im using my silly phone which seems to constantly allow me to make mistakes- whats with technology? But as Ive said, im sorry dear for this horrid, atrociouss mistake I have made, forgive me thine lord.
And for those who have read Feed there's a free alternate ending available called Fed that shows just how BAD things could have been.
There's also at least one short story and it appears in the book "The Living Dead 2" edited by John Joseph Adams and published by Night Shade Books in 2010. Its entitled "Everglades" and is also a prequel. I'm not sure if there are others out there.
Please enjoy! I definitely enjoyed Countdown--Grant built a believable chain of events that was so emotionally wrenching at times. San Diego should be really interesting, I read a chunk of it and it was pretty funny (I mean let's face it SDCC is really just a bunch of zombies anyhow...)
I definitely look forward to reading San Diego because I live there :) haha so it'll be interesing to see what they do with it! But thanks I definitely look forward to reading most, if not all, of them!!
Thank you and yes I'm now currently working on Blackout and just about done with it. going to be looking up the rest of the books that are related to the series,s and her other work cause the way she writes is just so captivating and connect with the reader on a level that is amazing.