The Feed

The Feed

THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is a startling and timely debut which presents a world as unique and vividly imagined as STATION ELEVEN and THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS and explores what it is to be human in the digital age. It makes us. It destroys us. The Feed is everywhere. It can be accessed by anyone, at any time. Every interaction, every emotion, every image can be share THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is a startling and timely debut which presents a world as unique and vividly imagine...

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Title:The Feed
Author:Nick Clark Windo
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:1472241894
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:355 pages pages

The Feed Reviews

  • Blair
    Sep 25, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

  • Yzabel Ginsberg
    May 14, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

  • Betty
    Nov 22, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

  • Karen Mace
    Mar 05, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

    It's an epic concept - I am still processing what I've read it's that unique and scarily possible in this crazy world we live in. What would happen if our brains worked like facebook feeds? If anything we spoke about ended up accessible to everyone? What happens when you turn off the f...

    Imagine that there was a single social media network, far more invasive than what we know now. In The Feed everyone is connected to everything. You can speak to friends and family immediately; all knowledge is available to you, humanity lives in a golden age. People?s emotions don?...

    The Feed, by Nick Clark Windo, is set in a world where communication and curation of experiences has moved almost entirely on line. To enable individuals to manage this, a brain implant has been developed that allows users to access data and upload content using their thought processes...

    I found this to be an extremely enjoyable and dark debut, that centres around The Feed and how it had controlled people but when the system went down, society fell apart and those left are trying to make sense of the world they now find themselves living in. 'The Feed' is a system v...

  • Lou
    Jan 26, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

  • Paul
    Jan 26, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

    It's an epic concept - I am still processing what I've read it's that unique and scarily possible in this crazy world we live in. What would happen if our brains worked like facebook feeds? If anything we spoke about ended up accessible to everyone? What happens when you turn off the f...

    Imagine that there was a single social media network, far more invasive than what we know now. In The Feed everyone is connected to everything. You can speak to friends and family immediately; all knowledge is available to you, humanity lives in a golden age. People?s emotions don?...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Mar 19, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

  • gem
    Feb 26, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

    It's an epic concept - I am still processing what I've read it's that unique and scarily possible in this crazy world we live in. What would happen if our brains worked like facebook feeds? If anything we spoke about ended up accessible to everyone? What happens when you turn off the f...

    Imagine that there was a single social media network, far more invasive than what we know now. In The Feed everyone is connected to everything. You can speak to friends and family immediately; all knowledge is available to you, humanity lives in a golden age. People?s emotions don?...

    The Feed, by Nick Clark Windo, is set in a world where communication and curation of experiences has moved almost entirely on line. To enable individuals to manage this, a brain implant has been developed that allows users to access data and upload content using their thought processes...

    I found this to be an extremely enjoyable and dark debut, that centres around The Feed and how it had controlled people but when the system went down, society fell apart and those left are trying to make sense of the world they now find themselves living in. 'The Feed' is a system v...

    A stunning debut! I absolutely loved The Feed and have had to leave my review for a day to get over the book hangover it gave me. I was also left with that itchy brain feeling when a book totally gets under your skin and explores the darker locations of your imagination bringing to the...

    Whoa, this book is just begging for a big screen adaptation! The idea that social media platforms such as twitter and Facebook are implanted in your brain so that you have immediate access to everyone?s thoughts immediately is both mind blowing and yet terrifyingly possible given ...

  • Figgy
    Feb 21, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

  • Loring Wirbel
    Feb 16, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

  • Kate
    Jan 22, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

  • Laura
    Jan 22, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

  • Ellen
    Jan 21, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

    It's an epic concept - I am still processing what I've read it's that unique and scarily possible in this crazy world we live in. What would happen if our brains worked like facebook feeds? If anything we spoke about ended up accessible to everyone? What happens when you turn off the f...

    Imagine that there was a single social media network, far more invasive than what we know now. In The Feed everyone is connected to everything. You can speak to friends and family immediately; all knowledge is available to you, humanity lives in a golden age. People?s emotions don?...

    The Feed, by Nick Clark Windo, is set in a world where communication and curation of experiences has moved almost entirely on line. To enable individuals to manage this, a brain implant has been developed that allows users to access data and upload content using their thought processes...

    I found this to be an extremely enjoyable and dark debut, that centres around The Feed and how it had controlled people but when the system went down, society fell apart and those left are trying to make sense of the world they now find themselves living in. 'The Feed' is a system v...

    A stunning debut! I absolutely loved The Feed and have had to leave my review for a day to get over the book hangover it gave me. I was also left with that itchy brain feeling when a book totally gets under your skin and explores the darker locations of your imagination bringing to the...

  • Emily
    Mar 07, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

  • Jackie Law
    Jan 26, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

    It's an epic concept - I am still processing what I've read it's that unique and scarily possible in this crazy world we live in. What would happen if our brains worked like facebook feeds? If anything we spoke about ended up accessible to everyone? What happens when you turn off the f...

    Imagine that there was a single social media network, far more invasive than what we know now. In The Feed everyone is connected to everything. You can speak to friends and family immediately; all knowledge is available to you, humanity lives in a golden age. People?s emotions don?...

    The Feed, by Nick Clark Windo, is set in a world where communication and curation of experiences has moved almost entirely on line. To enable individuals to manage this, a brain implant has been developed that allows users to access data and upload content using their thought processes...

  • Evelina | AvalinahsBooks
    Sep 10, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Jul 04, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

  • Jenny in Neverland
    Oct 26, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

  • Stacey Camp
    Sep 23, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

  • Thebooktrail
    Sep 17, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

    It's an epic concept - I am still processing what I've read it's that unique and scarily possible in this crazy world we live in. What would happen if our brains worked like facebook feeds? If anything we spoke about ended up accessible to everyone? What happens when you turn off the f...

  • Joanne Robertson
    Jan 27, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

  • Lucy Hay
    Dec 11, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

  • Natacha Cunha
    Aug 06, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

    The Feed connected the world, making everything instantly accessible in your mind, thanks to an implant. The implant gave people immediate access to news, social media, and communication. Even memories could be stored for later access. Turning off your feed and "going slow"? living i...

    I started this book beginning of March, I?ve just finished it now (mid-May)? I admit I had a very hard time staying focused and motivated to read it. Perhaps because of the absence of chapters (instead, we have scenes with breaks, and some of the scenes are pretty long), which was ...

    Strong, post-apocalyptic read with an excellent, highly original concept at its heart, THE FEED is atmospheric and thought provoking. The characters are not your 'usual' and I really enjoyed the flipping between Tom's and Kate's POVs, plus The Feed 'updates' were particularly well done...

    It's an epic concept - I am still processing what I've read it's that unique and scarily possible in this crazy world we live in. What would happen if our brains worked like facebook feeds? If anything we spoke about ended up accessible to everyone? What happens when you turn off the f...

    Imagine that there was a single social media network, far more invasive than what we know now. In The Feed everyone is connected to everything. You can speak to friends and family immediately; all knowledge is available to you, humanity lives in a golden age. People?s emotions don?...

    The Feed, by Nick Clark Windo, is set in a world where communication and curation of experiences has moved almost entirely on line. To enable individuals to manage this, a brain implant has been developed that allows users to access data and upload content using their thought processes...

    I found this to be an extremely enjoyable and dark debut, that centres around The Feed and how it had controlled people but when the system went down, society fell apart and those left are trying to make sense of the world they now find themselves living in. 'The Feed' is a system v...

    A stunning debut! I absolutely loved The Feed and have had to leave my review for a day to get over the book hangover it gave me. I was also left with that itchy brain feeling when a book totally gets under your skin and explores the darker locations of your imagination bringing to the...

    Whoa, this book is just begging for a big screen adaptation! The idea that social media platforms such as twitter and Facebook are implanted in your brain so that you have immediate access to everyone?s thoughts immediately is both mind blowing and yet terrifyingly possible given ...

    Opinio em breve. ...

  • The Tattooed Book Geek (Drew).
    Jan 20, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

  • Kimberley
    Feb 24, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

  • Melissa
    Dec 01, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

    "The days harden. They stay bright but the air becomes unkind." I really enjoyed reading The Feed! It was an intriguing dystopian story, and it had some elements from other stories I've enjoyed like Station Eleven, Battlestar Galactica, The Host, Black Mirror, Superman: Red Son, St...

    Nick Clark Window's debut novel, The Feed, is a post-apocalyptic 'thriller' where society's reliance on the Feed- basically a computer chip that is implanted in the brain, making real life communication and reading, among other things, obsolete- is to such an extent that when it myster...

  • Jessica
    Mar 27, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

  • Julie Lacey
    Jul 16, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

    I promised my daughter recently that I would try to read more books in her preferred genre and she would then agree to read a few more psychological thrillers! She reads a lot of apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and often has a few zombies running around her kindle as well! So when I ...

    Thanks to William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review! Who loves dystopian novels? Who wants something a little different and more unique in this genre? Well, THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is exactly that. It's being compared to Mad Max meets THE GIRL WITH ...

    I thought I?d give this a go as I sometimes like post-apocalyptic books. This one was good and it?s set in a world where people no longer talk to each other, all communication is through The Feed. At first in the book we see how life is in this world of The Feed, then it all goes...

  • Chloe Neumeister
    Oct 01, 2017

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...

    **5 Goodreads Stars** "Who did you first share your thoughts with? It was the most intimate feeling, wasn't it? Nothing between you, no way to lie, just pure and perfect thinking. All of us, plaited together." "The space we create, that we forge with our lives - that's what we h...

    The prologue of The Feed is a snapshot of future society just as it begins to crumble. As they spend the evening in a restaurant, Tom is trying to persuade his wife Kate to switch off her Feed, if only for a few minutes. The Feed is an invention that's transformed human life, making it...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/25/... We?ve all heard the cautionary tales involving social media, about the dangers of being constantly plugged in. Nick Clark Windo?s dark thriller debut takes this idea even further, imagining a future where...

    The Feed is, to put it simply, an exceptionally elaborate and advanced form of social media. But instead of on an iPhone or a laptop, it?s all ingrained in your head and you can access anything, anyone and everything instantaneously. It?s addictive and life-altering and it?s gone...

    RTC Elements of stories like Walking Dead and others that I can't mention because of spoilers... but, you know what, not entirely engaging or amazing, even though I quite enjoy the shows and books that clearly inspired this one. The writing is... fine. But the character building ...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Feed is a really unique, interesting dystopian-style novel (I won't say 'thriller' as I don't think it's really that kinda book, and I'll explain why) which I enjoyed reading. I felt that it was fairly slow to start with, taking time to bui...

    The Feed does not create any physical sensation, its an implant, bio-tech with no battery source, the human is the power source. And then? A collapse all feeds stopped devastation upon the earth people scattered some survivors and some taken the characters within this tale on ...

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Feed starts with a prologue set before the collapse and focuses ...

    The Feed is a solid, well-written, but pretty traditional dystopian novel. Definitely recommended for dystopia fans! I expected something more ground-breaking from it, and maybe more powerful or adventure driven, but it's more of a slice-of-life. However, I enjoyed this book, and I...

    I found this book to be really dull. The characters are 2D and very dislikable. The story although interesting is a little ridiculous. I would have liked to learn more about the feed and how it came into existence as I think that was a really interesting aspect that should have been de...

    One sitting (almost) read, I devoured this story barely putting it down. Great concept, great execution, plenty of book trauma with a huge emotional rush of an ending. Left me vaguely tearful. Will be teaser reviewed during my "Ones to Watch in 2018" feature running at the moment. B...

    I've tried reading this twice now but again, and for the last time, had to admit defeat, abandoning it at p.79. The premise is too unbelievable and implausible, the characters too difficult to care about. ...

    So anyone who thought Tyrell Johnson had to dodge many Cormac McCarthy comparisons along the denuded road of his early 2018 novel The Wolves of Winter, had better be prepared for Nick Clark Windo's artful minefield dance and dodge in The Feed. This book is almost an exercise in 21st-ce...

    The idea for this book is a great one and it really intrigued me when I read the synopsis, however I did not enjoy this book! It is an extremely slow read and never really gets anywhere, it is long, drawn out and not worth your time if I'm honest! I won't say what the book is about in ...

  • Kirsty 📚📖❤️
    Jan 20, 2018

    I've read a lot of horror books and not really been scared but whilst this doesn't fit that category social media is everywhere and the idea of an apocalypse occurring when everything is switched off is something I can actually see happening and find quite scary. Whilst the switching o...