This would be easier to look at as a notebook entry, I think.
Uprising - good
Momentum - good
Summons - good but change to "Summons the citizens"
Hinterland - not really a word we use in English. In USA, when we are talking about a movement coming from the citizens, we call that a GRASSROOTS movement.
"The newspapers BANNER photos of the BUSTLING street of the Capital City." - This isn't a complete sentence. It is a fragment. It makes sense though but needs an ending such as 'show that the people are revolting.'
In Short - good
Byproduct - good. It is one word without a hyphen (-)
To the already known manifold - good but I wouldn't use it there. Perhaps it is used that way in science environs.
Consequential - good. Remove: already. This makes it seem like it already happened but the previous sentence makes it clear this new byproduct has just been found.
Take the market by storm - good
To shake it up - good but needs 'and' before instead of just a comma (,)
Craving/Hankering - ok. It doesn't sound quite right. I would say: ... the public is anxious to know about the new product. Craving implies they already know what it is and want to consume it. Same with Hankering, I think.
Grunting - implies a struggle. Snarling or growling would be better, I think.
Roaring - good
Gasping - good
Brussel Sprout - good. two words, no hyphen (-)
Of a piece ... stew - word order: a piece in that stew
I hope that is helpful!