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Hunger by Michael  Grant
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Nov 13, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: sci-fi, young-adult, goodreads-author, series, re-read, 2000s, own, read-2010, good-sized
Read in January, 2010 , read count: 2

The Gone series is the type of series that has you marking down your calendars waiting for the next installment. Both Hunger, and its predecessor, Gone were gripping and fantastic. Hunger, while darker than Gone, really dove into deeper topics. The cast of the series is diverse in its variety, and you are free to pick your favorites. The dialogue, while nothing fantastic, is realistic and easy. Same as the writing. Yes, the writing has some grammatical mistakes and is far from lyrical, but it serves its purpose. Great book that I recommend to all.
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Reading Progress

05/16/2010 page 188
31.86% "Things are getting good...."
05/17/2010 page 373
63.22% "I would want the power to stop time. You can do ANYTHING when you stop time. Think about it."
04/27/2016 marked as: read

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TheBananaLord I agree with you Hunger was much darker than Gone. In Hunger they are running out of food. While that is happening they talk about what people would do for food. Sometimes it describes in detail the meat and blood of the animal. The writing was enjoyable and the book allows you to take a look at what everyone is doing.

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