2019: #34 – Chimera (Mira Grant)

Chimera is the mostly satisfying conclusion to the Parasitology trilogy. Who will win in this battle for the planet, the humans or the chimeras, or will the tapeworms wipe out them all? Sal has once again found herself separated from her chosen family, this time with USAMRIID and Sally’s family. Except 1/3 of that family is in a coma, 1/3 believes Sal holds the answers

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2019: #31 – Parasite (Mira Grant)

I loved Grant’s Newsflesh trilogy, but haven’t ready any of her work since. Unsurprisingly, I enjoyed this just as much! Parasite is centered around Sal Mitchell, who used to be Sally until Sally had a seizure and drove into a bus. Everyone thought Sally was dead, until Sal woke up, presumably saved by the medical tapeworm living inside her. But Sal has no memory of life

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2019: #15 – Vox (Christina Dalcher)

I had mixed feelings about this book. It’s certainly a horrifying scenario — after the election of a very conservative president, the rights of all women have slowly been eroded away. As the story opens, they are not allowed to work, not allowed to read, and not allowed to speak more than 100 words a day. Even children are subject to these rules, with schools

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