The Ravenous Readers Read ReMade: Home, Perilous Home - S01E03 (Review)

A few weeks ago, we shared the ins and outs of Serial Box and Remade. Then we unveiled the covers for the upcoming episodes. Last week, we reviewed S01E02. Come back weekly for ongoing reviews of your new favorite way to consume YA fiction.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: I am having a BLAST with ReMade. These bite-sized morsels are fully contained stories that are unfolding pieces of the larger world and it's just enough to keep me satisfied yet coming back for me!

In Episode 1, we had giant alien spiders and space elevators. Episode 2 introduced us to the not-quite-Earth world that the undead teens are now occupying. This week we meet Nevaeh, a character who's happy to have the second chance she never thought she would have. Eager to please her peers (and equally eager to survive), Nevaeh is the medical guru and helps spot some gnarly plant life that could our 108 teens into rabbit food - no pun intended.

Carrie Harris' writing will move you through the story yet let you stop to smell the flowers, if you dare. Our cast of characters grows week after week as we get to know the life and untimely death of each of them along with the expanded world that was created not by one author, but a writer's room.  I can't wait to see who we get to know next week and what they'll face as they try to survive in death.


ReMade: Home, Perious Home
by Carrie Harris
Published: September 28th 2016
Publisher: Serial Box
Source: Publisher

You live. You love. You die. Now RUN. ReMade.

Every minute, 108 people die.
On October 14th, 2016, from 9:31-9:32 p.m. EDT, 23 of those deaths will be teenagers.
Now they are humanity’s last hope for survival.

Awakened in a post-apocalyptic world and hunted by mechanical horrors, these teens search for answers amidst the ruins of civilization. Fate, love, and loyalty face off in this adrenaline -pumping YA adventure.

ReMade will unfold across 15 episodes. "Home, Perilous Home" is the third episode.

Waking up in a strange and scary new world isn’t necessarily the worst thing, especially when you are grateful to wake up at all. When Nevaeh opened her eyes to find no hospital bed, IV drips, or cancer riddling her body she counted her blessings and sang for joy – happy to face the deadly jungle, killer robots, and (if she’s honest, perhaps the most disheartening) disgruntled companions. They say smiling is the best medicine, but does it still work after death?


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