Feeder Read Online Free - Lori Fisher hunts monsters. Not with a sword or a gun, but with an interdimensional creature called Handler. Together they take down “feeders”—aliens who prey on mankind. When Lori touches a feeder, Handler’s impossibly large jaws appear and drag the beast into another dimension.
It’s a living—or was, until a job for the Lake Foundation goes wrong, and Lori stumbles across the Nix, a group of mutant teenagers held captive on the docks. Now the Lake Foundation is hunting Lori, and if they find Lori, they find Ben, the brother Lori would do anything to protect. There’s only one thing to do: strike first.
Lori teams up with the Nix to take on Lake, and to discover why the Nix were kidnapped in the first place. But as she watches their powers unfold, Lori realizes the Nix are nothing like her. She has no powers. She has…Handler. Maybe she’s not the monster hunter after all. Maybe she’s just the bait.
|Number of Pages||:||304 pages|
January 25, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I went into it blind - not having even read the back cover and only had a vague idea about the genre. So everything was a surprise and it was just great.
I loved the main character, Lori. The other kids were pretty much what you'd expect of a YA ensemble cast (and t...
March 15, 2018
Rating: 1/5 DNF
Note: Special thanks to Simon & Schuster for providing a digital copy for review.
What. A. Hot. Mess. This was sadly a DNF for me because I just couldn’t bring myself to care about what happens in the end, and the thing is, I tried very very hard to finish th...
February 05, 2018
The water rose and the cities we once knew are under water. "Feeders" are preying on mankind. Lori Fisher's parents are gone and she's raising her seven year old brother Ben on her own. To support her family she hunts the feeders with someone called Handler. During a job she frees a group of teen...
March 31, 2018
I really liked this one!
I've been trying to read more YA sci-fi, since I feel it is an area I lack in a bit, and Feeder is also a new release, so reading it helped fill both of the categories I try filling. Of course, knowing it was a new release and sci-fi wasn't inspiring me to read it...
December 30, 2017
This was a little like Miss Peregrine meets Maze Runner meets X-Men meets Beowulf. Unique enough to keep my interest, but sometimes jumpy and a tad bit confusing with some jumping back and forth. Early on it was hard to keep track of all the characters that were rapidly introduced, but once I got...
March 08, 2018
Feeder is about a girl questioning her humanity, both internally and externally. In this version of our world, the sea levels have risen, and anything that might speak to how this happened is responded to with a robotic, "Guess it's just one of those things."
Lori, our main protagonist, though the...
April 07, 2018
I had a lot of fun reading this - great story, great cast.
March 14, 2018
I don’t even know what to say. This book is sensitive, real, and sincere. The characters are not just believable, they are US. Iara was everything to me. I cried several times seeing my own feelings on paper coming from her. Thank you Patrick Weekes. I needed this book.
March 12, 2018
All books have their ups and downs, as all authors have their strengths and weaknesses, but the baseline quality of a book is usually fairly steady across all aspects. It's how things typically work: when you're at a certain skill level, that level influences the quality of the end product. That...
March 18, 2018
I really wanted to like this book because I love The Rogues of the Republic series and Dragon Age and Patrick Weekes can really do no wrong in my eyes but I was pretty disappointed with Feeder.
I felt that the world building was really sparse and I was inserted into the action with very little ex...