Gone #2: Hunger

More jolt than stepping barefoot on a livewire. With mutants crouching in the shadows. No-holds-barred horror fantasy a la Stephen King. Suddenly, it’s a world without adults. Normal has crashed and burned. Life as Sam Temple knew it has ended at fifteen. Now the clock is ticking for the kids in the FAYZ, as starvation sets in. The strain of leadership is telling on Sam. But he’s got more than dwindling rations and in-fighting to worry about. Caine is back with the psychotic whiphand, Drake. And lurking in the darkness of an old mine shaft, something terrible waits to be fed…

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    Michael Grant won the Longer Novel Category at the 2010 Sheffield Children’s Book Award and the Kernow Youth Book Award for Gone.

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