Hungry You live You love You Die Now RUN ReMade is a thrilling sci fi adventure that will take readers past the boundaries of time space and even death This is the nd episode of ReMade a episode seria

  • Title: Hungry
  • Author: AndreaPhillips E.C. Myers MatthewCody Gwenda Bond Kiersten White Carrie Harris
  • ISBN: 9781682100950
  • Page: 361
  • Format: ebook
  • You live You love You Die Now RUN ReMade is a thrilling sci fi adventure that will take readers past the boundaries of time, space, and even death.This is the 2nd episode of ReMade, a 15 episode serial from Serial Box Publishing This episode was written by Andrea Phillips.May likes being in control with an obsessive drive to succeed and her aim set on Harvard, she knYou live You love You Die Now RUN ReMade is a thrilling sci fi adventure that will take readers past the boundaries of time, space, and even death.This is the 2nd episode of ReMade, a 15 episode serial from Serial Box Publishing This episode was written by Andrea Phillips.May likes being in control with an obsessive drive to succeed and her aim set on Harvard, she knows how to keep her life on course Plucked from her whirlwind of tests and achievement charts, and dropped into a world where civilization itself has crumbled, she wants than just answers But living with deadly allergies means you re always on the razor edge one peanut, one bee sting, one toe out of line could be your downfall, and nobody wants to die twice.ReMade Season One In one moment the lives of twenty three teenagers are forever changed, and it s not just because they all happen to die ReMade in a world they barely recognize one with robots, space elevators, and unchecked jungle they must work together to survive They came from different places, backgrounds, and families, and now they might be the last people on earth Lost meets The Maze Runner in this exciting serial adventure.

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    1. 3.3/5 ~ mini-reviewWay better than the first one!I actually enjoyed all the part where the group of teens starts to know each other and goes explore this new world/place whatever that is and we get the survival vibe.I'm still super confused on what happened etc but the kids seem to have the same feeling so I'll wait for those infos. I liked May's back story and character too. The writing style was ok but at least was clearer than the previous episode.Overall it was a fun short story/episode and [...]

    2. 3.5 Stars Read all my reviews on urlphantomhiveoklikes I wasn't completely sure when I read the first episode of ReMade, but this one I quite liked. It has a flavour of both The 100 and Lost and while there is a lot to it that remains unexplained, I'm becoming more and more interested as to what is happening to the ReMade characters. The serials are all rather short so they are easily read in between. I will be reading more episodes soon!Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me wit [...]

    3. Hungry  is the second episode in the ReMade serial and it's written by Andrea Phillips. It continues the story of the 23 teenagers that are dropped into this new post-apocalyptic world.In this episode specifically, the survivors are getting to know one another and they're trying to work out the basics of surviving- looking for food, finding shelter and figuring out how they got there and why.Honestly, the writing style and content just has too young of a vibe to it for me. I read a lot of YA dy [...]

    4. Season 1: Episode 2This episode doesn’t give us a whole lot that’s new, but we do get to hear from a different individual in the group. Which provides a little more substance to the situation they are in, as well as giving some character background and insight for the road to come. Obsessive May is on a driving determination to get to Harvard, and is insistent on being calculated and in control in her life. Her allergies to so many different things (including peanuts and bees), have made lif [...]

    5. First off I want to thank NetGalley for giving me this title for review. So in this episode we follow May, who does not take any crap from anyone! While I admire that, it can make her come off as a bit of a bitch. May is the over-achiever, the one that had her whole life planned out, she was going to be on the Supreme Court as the first ever Chinese American. She made the best grades, joined the right after school activities, she was no going to settle for anything less than her dream and for th [...]

    6. This second episode gives insight to what happens when a character with intense food allergies is thrown into a dystopian/sci-fi world. I felt the stress and dread to what would happen is she were to eat something unknown in order to abate the hunger. Extremely interesting!*Will write full review soon*

    7. This serialbox brings well crafted YA/SF - and more than a little flavour of the TV show Lost. Except there's a space elevator instead of a crashed plane. And everyone's a teenager.

    8. Copy received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Seriously, as if I cared that publishers might actually see this. If you want to, check out my review here Unfortunately, I was not able to read this book as the first one I DNF it at 11%. It was just not the book for me. Maybe it was to complex, but I couldn't place myself anywhere. The writing style was too confusing.

    9. I received an e-ARC copy of Hungry from the publisher via NetGALLEY , in exchange with an honest review.In this episode, we get to know more about the place where Holden & those who were with him had arrived, which was revealed by the end of episode one. Not only that, but also we get to see some flashbacks for one of the characters' past lives , May's.You might be thinking, oh look at these poor teenagers . They are almost always starving, and living in a dangerous place. But can you imagin [...]

    10. Something I don't think I've ever seen in SF--and something I haven't had to think about myself--is what happens after the mysterious event that drops you in a strange place if you have food allergies. What do you do when the only things to eat are unrecognizable and you don't know if eating them will kill you. This story--whatever it turns out to be, whoever turns out to be responsible--is going to be very good, I think, if this is the sort of detail they're incorporating. Not only are we getti [...]

    11. All of my reviews of ReMade are more plot based than my normal reviews, so they are all a little more spoilery than usual. I recommend checking out my review for the first episode before reading on! Hungry is right. We meet a whole lot more of the kids and we have no idea how they got to be in space. Most of the group are only worried about food and trying to come up with some sort of clue where they are and how they got here. Now that they are on the ground Holden, Seyah and Umta have to explai [...]

    12. I enjoyed the fact that we changed characters and perspectives of what is going on. I am wondering if we will be able to get everyone's background story. I enjoyed that this was a fast and quick read and the mystery behind what is going on. The only problem that I have is that you are not getting attach to any of the characters, or relate to any of the characters. Though I will admit that the story is good, and it is captivating.

    13. "Sharply told in a fantastic new format, ReMade should be on your radar." - James Dashner, #1 NYT Bestselling Author of The Maze Runner series.“ ‘Good job saving the day!’ Jing-Wei beamed. May smiled back, then ducked her head. Never expected she’d get a turn at being an action hero. She didn’t like it much, it turned out. Not if it involved near misses with getting crushed to death.”Premise: May never expected to be an action hero. Allergen-sensitive and ever cerebral, her success c [...]

    14. Returning to the world of ReMade, Holden, Seyah, and Umta from episode 1 are now on the ground of what may very well be an alien planet. They find themselves greeted by others who know as little as they do about what happened to them. This time around, we see the world from May's perspective, a Harvard hopeful who's dreams have shifted to survival in this foreign world.May is your standard over-achieving student, too busy planning out every aspect of her life to bother with friendships or even h [...]

    15. AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKSI received a review copy from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. ENTER MY GIVEAWAY FOR THE FIRST THREE EPISODES HEREWhile I wasn’t entirely sold on this series after episode 1, this pretty much sealed the deal for me.Hungry, the second episode in the first season of ReMade introduces you to other characters that were already on Earth as Holden and Seyah make their way down in the space pod. [...]

    16. Just finished another episode of ReMade and it was just as engaging as the first! We're introduced to another POV character, May, and get to know her and her backstory better. This just made me even more excited to continue on with the series. There are soo many possible explanations and theories about what's going on! The story's concept is very interesting. So far, this is actually slightly reminiscent of The 100, which BTW is my fave TV show ever! Y'know, a bunch of teenagers dropping down fr [...]

    17. "This is why you never took an unnecessary risk. Because sometimes life was going to get you whether you liked it or not."ReMade Episode 2: Hungry is the second part of Serial Box's episodic, post-apocalyptic YA adventure mystery. Unlike the first installment, this edition focuses on one interesting character.May, a 15 year old Chinese American girl, is forced to confront her fears in an unfamiliar setting. Detached from anyone she loves, she has to overcome her irrational fears and live in the [...]

    18. I'm always amazed at a comic book's ability to tell a story in a few short pages - and now I'm completely awed by the ability of this team of writers to do just the samed without graphics. When you only have 39 pages to suck a reader in and keep them guessing for a whole dang week, well, best of luck to you. It's no short feat in the YA world.But it isn't luck that's keeping my attention; it's the curiosity and characters that have me coming back weekly. Space elevators? Giant alien spiders? Zom [...]

    19. Book – ReMade – Season 1, Episode 2: HungryAuthor – Matthew CodyStar rating - ★★★★☆POV – 3rd person, 1 characterWould I read it again – YesGenre – Sci-Fi, Contemporary, Futuristic, Alien** COPY RECEIVED THROUGH NETGALLEY **As before, this was an exciting glimpse into the overall adventure of the “ReMade” story. With a new main character, May, we see a totally different side of the 'world' we've been dropped into. And, thankfully, we start the story exactly where Episode [...]

    20. The second episode that's written by Andrea Phillips, introduces us new characters. May the over achiever is again another teenager that had her whole life planned ahead of her. She studied day and night, took part in multiple after school activities and all that so that she could be the 1st Chinese-American in the Supreme Court. She's definitely not all that happy with her life I think. All she does is study and now that she is stranded in that not earthly jungle, I hope that she takes that cha [...]

    21. This is the second "episode" of the serial Remade. It is an improvement over the first chapter. We still don't know what is going on but the lead character of this chapter is more interesting for her story. May is an overachiever who has planned out her future and she needs to get into Harvard or Stanford. Her one weakness is her allergies to a huge number of things. How does one survive in a post apocalyptic world when you can't eat anything for fear of dying from an allergic reaction? Our main [...]

    22. This second installment builds well on the premise of the first. The fact that the book is released as a serial with different authors writing different sections has not impacted the narrative as it would appear each section is written from the point of view of a new character. This episode definitely had more of a teen drama quality and has fallen into a more formulaic YA post-apocalyptic mode. That being said, I do think that the serial format is perfect for reluctant readers, which makes me h [...]

    23. I enjoyed this second part of the series and am interested to see where the story is going to go. In this instalment we get to learn a bit more about backgrounds of some of the characters and how they got to be where they are today. but we are yet to find out where that actually is. Interesting concept and made a start on the third part straight away - always a good sign if I want to get straight on with the story!

    24. One of the really cool things about these serialized novels is how each one is focusing on a different character. This episode is May's, and she is a stubborn, dedicated badass--in both modern day and in the future/dystopian world setting! I enjoyed how it arced, and can't wait for the next episode.

    25. The second episode and just as good as the first one.I really love the concept and the episodes, but I have to admit that I didn't keep up with the releases of the other episodes.As much as I am intrigued by this concept of books being released in episodes and written by different people, I found out that I prefer books to be books and be able to read the whole thing in one go.

    26. Episode 2 in the 15 part series.Just as good as episode 1. We meet some of the other survivors already on the ground. In this episode we learn May's story. An overachiever, at 15yrs old she already has her life mapped out. Then she wakes up on the space station and everything changes.On to episode 3

    27. This is the second part of the series and just like the first I was hooked. I really enjoy reading these short-stories and can't wait to see where the story goes and how all everybody will be handling the problems ahead. And finding the answer to my biggest question: WHAT HAPPENED??***Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review***

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