It's been three months since everyone under the age of fifteen became trapped in the bubble known as the FAYZ. Three months since all the adults disappeared. Gone. Food ran out weeks ago. Everyone is starving, but no one wants to figure out a solution. And each day, more and more kids are... show more
It's been three months since everyone under the age of fifteen became trapped in the bubble known as the FAYZ. Three months since all the adults disappeared. Gone. Food ran out weeks ago. Everyone is starving, but no one wants to figure out a solution. And each day, more and more kids are evolving, developing supernatural abilities that set them apart from the kids without powers. Tension rises and chaos is descending upon the town. It's the normal kids against the mutants. Each kid is out for himself, and even the good ones turn murderous. But a larger problem looms. The Darkness, a sinister creature that has lived buried deep in the hills, begins calling to some of the teens in the FAYZ. Calling to them, guiding them, manipulating them. The Darkness has awakened. And it is hungry.
Publish date: May 26th 2009
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Pages no: 590
Edition language: English
Series: Gone (#2)
Book InfoEBOOK, 608 pagesPublished May 26th 2009 by Katherine Tegen Books (first published 2009)original title HungerISBN 0061911496 (ISBN13: 9780061911491)edition language Englishseries Gone #2characters Sam Temple, Astrid Ellison, Little Pete, Caine Soren, Diana Ladris setting Perdido Beach, Calif...
no kurcze...zmęczyłam się ta książką, to na pewno przez tą pogodę i przesilenie wiosenne ;) po pierwszej obiecującej części ta mi się dłużyła, każda kolejna przygoda wydawała mi się wymyślona na siłę, im dalej tym nudniej, więcej chaosu, zero wyjaśnień, brak perspektyw na lepsze jutro, "dobrzy" boha...
This is the second book in the Gone series, and we're now three months in the FAYZ, where the kids are starting to find out that doing nothing equals no food. No food equals hunger and starvation. Another recipe for trouble. This book is darker than Gone, and that wasn't exactly pink fluffy unicor...
This is the best piece of YA commercial lit I've ever read.Books filled with action like this, ones that are obviously marketed exclusively towards reluctant readers and boys (publishing companies typically consider the two to be one and the same) are usually books that I'm warry of, for the obvious...