Suddenly it's a world without adults and normal has crashed and burned. When life as you know it ends at 15, everything changes. The clock is ticking for Sam Temple and the kids of Perdido Beach and starvation threatens the FAYZ. The strain of leadership is beginning to show on Sam and he's got more than just dwindling rations and in-fighting to worry about - Caine is back with the psychotic whiphand, Drake, by his side. And in the background lies the greatest danger of all - and he too needs to be fed. A tour-de-force from global sensation Michael Grant, Hunger is the second book in this bestselling series. "I love this book" - Stephen King
Paperback, 608 pages
Published on May 7, 2015 by Egmont Books Ltd
ISBN-10: 140527705X
ISBN-13: 9781405277051
2 Book Reviews
  • monobrowkoala
    monobrowkoalaSaturday, May 11, 2019 at 10:57 pm55 stars
    very good book and series, continues on in monster, good book for mature readers and young adults some swearing inside action packed and very real
    • langston_p
      langston_pThursday, February 25, 2016 at 2:43 am55 stars
      This was a really amazing great book. I enjoyed it a lot and this got me to read way more than I usually do. This is what it's about. Since Caine Soren, the leader was actually evil and wanted a lot of destruction. And after being sick for 3 months, him and his crew finally go and try to kill Sam and take over The FAYZ (fallout alley youth zone). Unfortunately, that wasn't the worst. Many kids were very lazy and completely refusing to work, and one of the results of that was starvation. Some people who didn't get powers were jealous and falsely accused someone of murdering, causing many people without powers to turn against them (the people with powers). The FAYZ seems to be going down and nothing is going well. I thought this was a really great book and the author did an amazing job adding suspense and I was really attached to this book.