Reviewsday: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

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Warm Bodies– Isaac Marion (2010)

Warm bodies has been described as a “zombie romance” and even been compared to the book Twilight in regards to a forbidden love story.
But if you’re not a Twi-fan don’t be discouraged!

‘R’ is a zombie living in a post-apocalyptic America where the remaining living humans are in hiding and often get attacked by zombies during their numerous hunting rituals. Told from a zombie’s perspective, R delivers a world where zombies have no emotion, can’t read or write and simply pass the time doing nothing.

That is until R along with some other zombies attack a group of humans. After R kills a young man and begins eating his brain he takes on memories of ‘Perry’ and his girlfriend ‘Julie’. After saving Julie’s life, R is met with new thoughts and attitudes the other zombies do not posses.

I congratulate Isaac Marion, the author of Warm Bodies, on this amazing world and scenario he has brought to life for all of us. I would definitely recommend reading the book before seeing the movie- the books are always better!

-Carla from Epping QBD

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