Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus Newsflesh Trilogy #34 PDF

Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus Newsflesh Trilogy #34 PDF

Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus Newsflesh Trilogy #34 [PDF / Epub] ☉ Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus Newsflesh Trilogy #34 Author Mira Grant – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk As Dr Abbey knows there are difficulties in running an underground virology lab in a post Rising AmericaAnd unwanted guests must be dealt with As Dr Abbey knows Not Taunt Kindle Ñ there are difficulties in running an underground Please Do ePUB ↠ virology lab in a post Rising AmericaAnd unwanted guests must be dealt Do Not Taunt Kindle Ï with.


10 thoughts on “Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus Newsflesh Trilogy #34

  1. karen karen says:

    i had no idea that mira grant had written ANOTHER newsflesh novella until i got my copy of Chimera in the mail and i saw this one listed on the also by page i ran to my computer and bought it IMMEDIATELY and as soon as i finished Chimera i read this even though a better person would have hoarded it instead of burning through all the available mira grant and finding themselves completely bankrupt of mira grant words to read but i'm not complaining much generally speaking you can read these newsflesh standalones in any order you please however in this case you would be doing yourself a disservice to read this one without having read The Day the Dead Came to Show and Tell first this is a story about dr shannon abbey and ALSO a beloved character from Blackout who i'd always wanted time with and as i was reading this view spoilerand after i realized that it was foxy and not tansy in some newsfleshparasitology crossover which would be AWESOME BTW foxy and tansy having thelma and louise adventures hide spoiler


  2. Tania Tania says:

    25 stars This was okay but normally Mira Grant explores and element of society affected by the The Rising in her novellas This was just a short story about two of the side characters and although it was an easy uick read I thought it wasn't as good as the rest of the series


  3. Sonja Arlow Sonja Arlow says:

    I REALLLY love this series the author builds her world with feet firmly planted in plausible and sometimes current science The series is also known to be light on the zombie chomping and heavy on strong characterizationThis novella seem to focus on the rogue scientist Dr Shannon Abby but actually it revolved around Foxy if you don’t know who she is then you have to read book 3 This add on was not as fun as How Green This Land How Blue This Sea but I was still left with a feeling of satisfaction when I was doneIf you don't know this series go look at Feed and take the plunge


  4. Lisa Lisa says:

    I picked this book up on a whim I like the title and coverI've not read anything else in this series but it didn't matter at all this had everything I wanted in a uick and random read; sass action imagination humour and a good endingIt was something a bit different that really worked for me very entertaining


  5. Sunil Sunil says:

    Please Do Not Taunt the Octopus takes us into the mind—and laboratory—of Dr Shannon Abbey who rightly believes that one should not taunt the octopus But despite the silly title this latest installment in the Newsflesh universe is just as serious and devastating as expected It starts off rather slow mostly introducing us to Dr Abbey and her lab but her voice carries the narrative It's fascinating to see this character from the other side to see the depth behind her crafted mad scientist persona In a way the whole novella is about the need to go a little mad to stay sane in a mad world The plot kicks off once Dr Abbey discovers a mysterious woman in the woods and her investigation into her identity is a good source of tension Once she finds out who she is though hoo boy things get kicked up a notch and the tension just keeps rising up to and through the climax A small subplot involving a CDC spy doesn't really have a payoff which was mildly disappointing I did enjoy Dr Abbey's hacker friend though and hope to see her again in future installments But what Grant does in this oneI can't even say without spoilers This one's a real treat for Newsflesh fans a must read


  6. Alisa Alisa says:

    35 starsWhen it started w Dr Abby trying to get Barney the octopus down off of the light fixture and he takes the stick and pokes her back then whacks her head I thought this was going to be funny and maybe it would counter balance the emotional destruction that last story did to my heart I was wrongThis is a story about a few incidents that take place at Dr Abby's lab We also learn what happened to Elaine from The Day the Dead Came to Show and Tell


  7. Glennis Glennis says:

    This is a novella set in the Newsflesh series but needs to be read after all the books otherwise there are too many spoilers The story focuses on Dr Abbey and an attack on her lab Of course she is also constantly dealing with spies from the CDC and that is brought up in the story A good solid read but you must have read the other books first to get the best out of the story otherwise the surprise at the end will not make that much sense An ebook original


  8. Frith Frith says:

    I love these novellas for adding so much background to the Newsflesh world and this one definitely doesn't disappoint It was great to see Dr Abbey again and to learn how her underground lab keeps functioning Not as action packed as some of the others which isn't a bad thing this instead had room for character development and twists And octopi


  9. Linda Linda says:

    I love Octopi They are so damn smart and cool I was exciting to see the latest installment of Ms Grant's zombie opus included them Since this is a NO SPOILER review I can't say who else showed up but one person broke my heart a little It's a very good novella and well worth an afternoon


  10. *Suzy (ereaderuser)* *Suzy (ereaderuser)* says:

    This brings it all back and makes me realize just how much I've missed this series Thank goodness there will be


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