Coming to You Live by Mira Grant

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 Taunt the Octopus All the Pretty Little Hors...

Details Coming to You Live

TitleComing to You Live
Release DateMar 13th, 2018
GenreHorror, Zombies, Science Fiction, Novella, Science Fiction Fantasy, Dystopia

Reviews Coming to You Live

  • 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!
  • ☕ 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.
  • 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...
  • Melanie
    My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at is a novella set in the Newsflesh world. I wouldn’t recommend reading this story unless you’ve read all three books in the original trilogy (Feed, Deadline, Blackout). If you haven’t read the other short stories, that isn’t an issue, though there are some that are mentioned. You also don’t have to have read Feedback (listed as #4, but chronologically tak...
  • Lauren
    This was a great novella for those who have been wondering what George and Shaun have been up to since the end of the Feed trilogy. We get to visit with the "siblings", and see them dealing with the fallout from previous events. George is learning that there are possible side effects of being a clone and Shaun is dealing with the continued trauma of George's death and resurrection. Along the way we get to visit with several old friends from the s...
  • Julie S
    I’m pretty sure I read this novella before in another collection or something but i have no regrets about buying it this week and reading it again. Loved having another Shaun and George story and kinda makes me want to re-read the whole series again.
  • Carolyn
    Again another excellent novella taking the story just a bit further
  • 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.
  • Jessie
    This is a pretty satisfying update on Shaun and George.
  • Katrine Hoyt
    Not a new story! Previously published in 2016This 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 t...
  • saradevil
    Solid work, return of some favorite characters. Only real complaint is that I was hoping for more concentration on growth and less on one of the weirdest plot twists of all time. We don't seem to find away around that plot twist and the overall growth, considering the passage of time, leaves a bit to be desired. I love this universe and would truly enjoy seeing a few more stories set here, but perhaps it is time to engage with new characters, or ...
  • Darcy
    I have to admit Sean and Georgia are my favorite characters in this series, so anytime I can read a new story with them in it I'm there. I especially liked this one because we get to check in with them to see how they are doing. While I hate that things aren't going so great for Georgia, I'm glad that it forced them to get back in contact with those that love and miss them. I think they need the contact as well. Going forward it will be nice to s...
  • Mike Pluta
    I'm a huge fan of the Newsflesh series by Mira Grant. This novella is a great addition and did not disappoint.
  • Andy Parkes
    Decent addition to the Newsflesh series. Picks up after the end of the last main book and shows what happened to the Masons as well as setting the stage for more stories going forward in a quick easy to read story Always enjoy Mira Grant stuff and I "think" this is all of the current stories (website isn't up to date)
  • Karlyn
    I really enjoy the Newsflesh series. I’m a zombie book lover and enjoy this series initially because of this. I stay for all of the additional story lines because the author has created a rich world with characters that are intriguing and well rounded. I well understand why this series has won awards. Those who like this unusual genre will be drawn in by this new refreshing look.
  • Jesse
    Book hit all the nice nostalgia elements for Shaun and George and expanded the world nicely. It was what I wanted to see--more Shaun and George, but I didn't feel like it had the heart of the earlier books. Were I not already in love with the original series, this one would have gotten a higher rating, but since it had to stand up to its predecessors, it got knocked down a few pegs.
  • John Sorensen
    Review:This is a novella based in the universe of Grants Hugo-nominated Newsflesh trilogy. If you liked the trilogy you will like the short story.NOTE: in 2016 Grant published the book "Rise" which contains this and other stories.
  • Michael
    Not quite the same...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.
  • 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.
  • Ysabet
    Reread, since I read it when RISE came out in 2016.
  • Seawood
    Visiting with these characters is always fun, and it was enjoyable to explore this weird plot a bit more.
  • Allison Henle
    Everything you could hope for in a novella-length sequel to FEED.
  • Jill James
    Thrilled to get another installment of George and Shaun. Love them!! Grant has created a zompoc world I love to explore.
  • Michael
    I miss the After the End Times team!
  • Helen
    Didn't add anything to either the universe or the characters.