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  1. says:

    This is a review of the audio version of this bookFull review to come but it's the best audio book I've ever listened to An

  2. says:

    WARNING THIS REVIEW CONTAINS A COUPLE OF SPOILERS But if you read this review you won't want to read the actual book anyway so it's no lossIf I didn't know better I'd think this was book was written by a 15 year old The writing is very simplistic like a children's book with uncomplicated sentence structure and repetitiveness I mean a LOT There was a bare minimum of character background information or setting description Some people might ca

  3. says:

    Review by Beth 3Melvin Burgess is one of my all time favourite authors from reading Junk when I was 10 or 11 I have been hooked on his fantastic style and ability to get through to readers of all ages However Hunger offers something different

  4. says:

    I read 30 or so pages of this and found the writing style to be very clunky and too simplistic It's really not very good so I've decided to c

  5. says:

    Standard demonic fayre set in my home city Feels like it should have been aimed at a YA audience

  6. says:

    Hunger sounded promising when I read the book jacket However once I started reading I found the writing style to be too simple and juvenile For me Hunger was not my cup of tea

  7. says:

    DNF I worked up to just over half way page 150 to be exact and gave upEnsuing rant aheadI tried with this one but I could tell within a chapter and a half that I was not going to enjoy it and a few times I wondered if I'd make it through the next chapterIt wasn't until halfway through chapter nine that I gave upThere was undeniably potential in this story but it was uickly lost by the characters and the pacin

  8. says:

    This book had definite promise to start with The suspense was building rapidly as all of the characters were dragged into the one by one as t

  9. says:

    I disliked this book so so much To the point that I'm not going to try and rationalise my dislike or point out the flaws of the book Looking at the other reviews briefly seems to sum up why this book is so infuriating

  10. says:

    Don't have this book as a bed time read you will have nightmares

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characters Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Melvin Burgess

When Beth wakes up one morning covered in dirt she puts it down to an extreme case of sleep walking But when reports of a desecrated grave start. WARNING THIS REVIEW CONTAINS A COUPLE OF SPOILERS But if you read this review you won t want to read the actual book anyway so it s no lossIf I didn t know better I d think this was book was written by a 15 year old The writing is very simplistic like a children s book with uncomplicated sentence structure and repetitiveness I mean a LOT There was a bare minimum of character background information or setting description Some people might call this type of writing stark but to me stark writing has a kind of poetry to it and this was decidedly unartfulThis is my first book by Melvin Burgess but he s supposedly very good at writing YA books I d never have guessed There was a lot of supernatural in this book but the least believable part were the characters These kids are supposed to be in university but they never do homework go to class or even talk about class They don t even mention the fact that they are all missing their classes or since the story takes place in the late fall EXAMS during their adventure The only time the school actually appears in the book is when Coll the sexually promiscuous nerd uses a school lab to make poison without being noticed by anyoneIn fact these kids managed to torture monsters transport and bury bodies and destroy property without anyone else in town noticing at all Coll uses multiple tools in her parent s garage to beat on a vampire for over an hour without waking anyone in the house That s one sound proof garage These characters just aren t nearly as scared as they should be They take breaks in the middle of world ending evil to go on holiday party and get drunk They should be frightened out of their wits and fearing for their sanity not cracking jokes watching movies and getting in on with each other One of them had the gall to complain that their housemate Ivan had drank all the beer as usual just hours after Beth was forced to strangle him to death And nobody even flinched There were no psychological conseuences to any of the bizarre and violent things that happened to these kidsThe relationship that developed between Coll and Louis was ridiculous She s had a crush on him since grade two and he s never been interested According to the narrative he suddenly sees something in her behaviour during this crisis that changes his mind though I ll be damned if I know what it is If I spend ten plus years just not be attracted to to someone seeing them display a bit of bravery isn t going to miraculously swoop me off my feet All those things Louis found unattractive about Coll are still there and once this is all over opportunities to be brave or whatever it is he now sees in her are going to be few and far between Who is this book written for I would hesitate to call it YA due to all the references to sex and the drinking and swearing Hunger is like a children s book starring young adults with 18 themes So maybe the intended audience is adults who read at a fifth grade level The plot idea isn t horrible and I liked that instead of Louis s God swooping in to save the day he actually finds out there is no God That was a nice twist you d never get from an American YA author Conclusion SKIP THIS BOOK it s not worth itThis review and Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone puts it down to an extreme case of sleep walking But when reports of a desecrated grave start. WARNING THIS REVIEW CONTAINS A COUPLE OF SPOILERS But if you read this review you won t want to read the actual book anyway so it s no lossIf I didn t know better I d think this was book was written by a 15 year old The writing is very simplistic like a children s book with uncomplicated sentence structure and repetitiveness I mean a LOT There was a bare minimum of character background information or setting description Some Pretend God Is Deaf people might call this type of writing stark but to me stark writing has a kind of Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide poetry to it and this was decidedly unartfulThis is my first book by Melvin Burgess but he s supposedly very good at writing YA books I d never have guessed There was a lot of supernatural in this book but the least believable Las Puertas Del Amor part were the characters These kids are supposed to be in university but they never do homework go to class or even talk about class They don t even mention the fact that they are all missing their classes or since the story takes Discoveries place in the late fall EXAMS during their adventure The only time the school actually appears in the book is when Coll the sexually A Fire Within: Sekret Machines Series, Book 2 promiscuous nerd uses a school lab to make Idenics poison without being noticed by anyoneIn fact these kids managed to torture monsters transport and bury bodies and destroy Night Owl Loonette property without anyone else in town noticing at all Coll uses multiple tools in her Deadshifted (Edie Spence, parent s garage to beat on a vampire for over an hour without waking anyone in the house That s one sound El agujero del infierno proof garage These characters just aren t nearly as scared as they should be They take breaks in the middle of world ending evil to go on holiday The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) party and get drunk They should be frightened out of their wits and fearing for their sanity not cracking jokes watching movies and getting in on with each other One of them had the gall to complain that their housemate Ivan had drank all the beer as usual just hours after Beth was forced to strangle him to death And nobody even flinched There were no Teddy psychological conseuences to any of the bizarre and violent things that happened to these kidsThe relationship that developed between Coll and Louis was ridiculous She s had a crush on him since grade two and he s never been interested According to the narrative he suddenly sees something in her behaviour during this crisis that changes his mind though I ll be damned if I know what it is If I spend ten Calling Me Home plus years just not be attracted to to someone seeing them display a bit of bravery isn t going to miraculously swoop me off my feet All those things Louis found unattractive about Coll are still there and once this is all over opportunities to be brave or whatever it is he now sees in her are going to be few and far between Who is this book written for I would hesitate to call it YA due to all the references to sex and the drinking and swearing Hunger is like a children s book starring young adults with 18 themes So maybe the intended audience is adults who read at a fifth grade level The The Taint of Lovecraft plot idea isn t horrible and I liked that instead of Louis s God swooping in to save the day he actually finds out there is no God That was a nice twist you d never get from an American YA author Conclusion SKIP THIS BOOK it s not worth itThis review and

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Hunger AUTHOR Melvin Burgess

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Knows that something is changing within her Something that's filling her with an urgent desperate hunger that demands to be satisfied at any cos. I disliked this book so so much To the point that I m not going to try and rationalise my dislike or point out the flaws of the book Looking at the other reviews briefly seems to sum up why this book is so infuriating