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Review - Warm Bodies by: Isaac Marion

Warm Bodies  by: Isaac Marion

“R is a young man with an existential crisis–he is a zombie. He shuffles through an America destroyed by war, social collapse, and the mindless hunger of his undead comrades, but he craves something more than blood and brains. 316 more words

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Need A Good Book To Get Your Head Into?

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Warm Bodies Review

I read Isaac Marion’s 2010 novel Warm Bodies last year as part of a Modern and Contemporary Gothic module, and while it received some harsh criticism from our tutor (to make a long story short, it was criticised for its utter failure as a piece of Gothic literature), I wanted explore it a little further because, I confess, I enjoyed the book. 354 more words

Literature

Throwback Thursday: "Warm Bodies"

Warm Bodies

Boy meets girl. Boy is zombie. Boy sort of starts acting less like a zombie? Others follow suit. More invested zombies get annoyed with this. 799 more words

Adaptations

Warm Bodies review

The central character of Isaac Marion’s ‘Warm Bodies’, R (full name never revealed) begins the story as a lumbering zombie with a penchant for human brains, a fairly standard craving in zombie media and literature.  1,092 more words

Books

A Week in Review #11, WWW #7

Connecting A Week in Review with WWW hosted by Taking on a World of Words. It’s a fun meme with a great community of bloggers participating. 434 more words

General Nonesense

Review: The New Hunger: A Warm Bodies Novella


The New Hunger: A Warm Bodies Novella by Isaac Marion
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The end of the world didn’t happen overnight. After years of war, societal breakdown, freak storms, and rising tides, humanity already hovered near the edge. 412 more words

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