Warm Bodies

By: Isaac Marion

 

R is a zombie.

Oh yeah, you heard me. The main character is a zombie. He shuffles through America minding his own business, and the hunger of his undead comrades, but he craves something more than blood and brains. He wants memories. A life. He can’t remember his name, where he came from or who he is.

He can speak just a few grunted syllables, and has no memories, no identity, and no pulse

After experiencing a teenage boy’s memories while consuming his brain, oh yeah, he still eats brains, he saves a girl named Julie who is the dead boys girlfriend. (A bit confusing i know but its easier to understand in the book)

Julie is a tough, down-to-earth, awesome chick who i have respect for and kind of want to be her. Shes cool and excepts R for what he is. A zombie.

And, unlike every other zombie book out there where the survivors fall for each other at the end of day, we have an actual zombie love story. Its epic!

I absolutely love the book and would recommend it to anyone who likes zombie books. Or love stories. It has the flesh-eating zombies, brains, guns, desperate survivors, the coolest BFF ever (Nina), the awesomest guy, and lots, and lots, and lots of ZOMBIES.

I already posted the trailer for the new movie coming out which is based on this book (So excited!) but I’ll show it again since the book trailer isn’t that good. :/

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One response »

  1. quinngardner says:

    I’m so glad you liked Warm Bodies. Maybe I will have to read it, too. I definitely want to see the movie. It looks fantastic. And funny.

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