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HUNGER: A Gone Novel

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

As their numbers diminish, the kids of the FAYZ struggle to survive. Food is strictly rationed. Killer worms haunt fruit and vegetable fields. Sam, the 15-year-old mayor of Perdido Beach, has to settle petty disputes among the trapped FAYZ residents. When more kids develop superpowers, Perdido Beach's population begins to split into Team Mutant and Team Normal. Sam, however, has bigger problems ... Read full review

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good book but where is the remaining pages
GOD DAMIT

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Second was better then 1st
This book had so much more action then the first. I loved how the characters evolved even more and had more interaction. U could really feel the hunger from each one of them and the desperate need to survive.

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This is a great book i loved every bit of it 4/5

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I found this book was a little bit weaker then the first book in the series and I was not as into the book as I was before but that still didn't make me put the book down. I enjoyed this book but not as much as Gone.

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I <3 the book Gone and Hunger. Before I'd never read. But ever since I've read Gone I can't stop reading. Now I'm reading Hunger and I can't put it down!!! When I'm done reading Hunger I will read the next books!

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