They’ve been in the FAYZ for three months. And now they’re all starving…slowly, but surely, starving.
Sam is carrying the weight of all the problems — a huge enough task for an adult, let alone a fifteen-year-old kid. And slowly, he’s cracking from the pressure.
Caine is in league with the Darkness. But maybe Caine’s not working for himself anymore — maybe the Darkness controls him more then he thinks.
The kids of the FAYZ are starving. So starving…what will they eat next?
And the Darkness is growing stronger…
I’m hooked. I want to know how this ends.
Hunger has a lot of the same positives as Gone. You definitely need to read the first book before this one, though the author does do a little recounting as he goes. The characters continue to grow and change — in an amazingly realistic way. Characters make a book — a good story-line is just a bonus. And I think this author understands that.
Again, it’s a thick novel.
It slowly climaxes, building up for the end, though at times it gets a bit frustrating reading so many points of view when you simply want to know what happens next. There are many secondary characters and most of them have at least one or two portions in their point of view. But it does enhance the story-line. The whole book takes just a few days — but we see so many point’s of view, the time feels much longer.