The New Hunger
A Warm Bodies NovellaBook - 2015
From Library Staff
This prequel to Warm Bodies is even better than the first, and delves once again into ideas of what it means to be human and what makes survival worthwhile.
Chapel_Hill_MaiaJ Jan 30, 2017
I committed a literary sin in that I watched the movie version of the first book in this series, Warm Bodies, without having read the book, and then went straight to this prequel. From the first page of The New Hunger, I was captivated by Marion's quirky and endearing way of describing things, so... Read More »
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A dead man lies near a river, and the forest watches him. Gold clouds drift across a warming pink sky. Crows dart through dark pines that hover over him like morbid onlookers. In the deep, wild grass, small living things creep around the dead man's face, eager to eat it and return it to the soul. Their faint clicks mingle with the rush of the wind and the screams of the birds and the roar of the river that will wash away his bones. Nature is hungry. It is ready to take back what the man stole from it by living.
But the dead man opens his eyes.
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