The Living (Warm Bodies, #3)

The Living (Warm Bodies, #3) The New York Times Bestselling Warm Bodies Series Has Captivated Readers In Twenty Five Languages, Inspiring A Major Film And Transcending The Zombie Genre To Become Something Poetic Library Journal Highly Original Seattle Times And Ultimately Moving Time Out London Now The Story Of A Dead Man S Search For Life Reaches Its Conclusion On A Scale Both Epic And IntimateBefore He Was A Flesh Eating Corpse, R Was Something Worse He Remembers It All Now, A Life Of Greed And Apathy Destructive Than Any Virus, And He Sees Only One Path To Redemption He Must Fight The Forces He Helped Create But What Can R, Julie, And Their Tiny Gang Of Fugitives Do Against The Creeping Might Of The Axiom Group, The Bizarre Undead Corporation That S Devouring What S Left Of America It S Time For A Road TripNo Flyover Country This Time They Ll Face The Madness On The Ground, Racing Their RV Across The Wastelands As Tensions Rise And Bonds Unravel Because R Isn T The Only One Hiding Painful Secrets Everyone Is On Their Own Desperate Search For A Kidnapped Daughter, A Suicidal Mother, And An Abused Little Boy With A Gift That Could Save Humanity If Humanity Can Convince Him It S Worth SavingAll Roads Lead Home, To A Final Confrontation With The Plague And Its Shareholders But This Is A Monster That Guns Can T Kill A Battle Only One Weapon Can Win

After 9 years, 4 books, and 1 pretty good movie, R and Julie s story is about to reach its conclusion.THE LIVING, book 4 of the Warm Bodies Series, is available

[Read] ➲ The Living (Warm Bodies, #3)  By Isaac Marion –
  • Hardcover
  • 433 pages
  • The Living (Warm Bodies, #3)
  • Isaac Marion
  • English
  • 17 June 2017
  • 9781939126399

10 thoughts on “The Living (Warm Bodies, #3)

  1. says:

    Does the world deserve forgiveness Does it deserve another chance I was very conflicted as I read this The overarching emotion I felt throughout was disappointment Unlike the rest of the series, this felt like it lacked a real direction I wasn t sure what the goal was, and what had been the established goal at the end of The Burning World was pretty much entirely forgotten until the climax Conflicts were often repeated multiple times, or borrowed from previous books, and it left me feeling drained and frankly a little pissed off A lot of time was spent flipping through perspectives and I felt like I didn t have enough time to feel much of anything for most of them The scope of this was too big sometimes and the plot was left drowning in it.We all decide the shape of the world, the sum of all minds together Change has to be chosen.But luckily, Marion is an amazing writer, and his way with words and imagery pretty much saved this R completed his ongoing character arc all for the better and the conclusion was probably the most emotionally heart wrenching, yet also heart warming, endings to any series I ve ever read While I flip flopped between considering DNFing it or framing it on my wall, I think that ultimately, this was a fantastic book that perhaps I will appreciate on a second read through And, of course, the themes are so profound and thought provoking Even the bad guys sometimes manage to pull you in Overall, I am so glad I read this and even than that, I m so glad Isaac finally got to release this book into the world, and I m than excited to see what strange paths he follows next.Every choice has a price We all owe a debt to this world for the things we take from it, right or wrong, cruel or kind But these laws are soft, these laws are alive, and sometimes a debt is forgiven.

  2. says:

    UPDATE The Living will be released November 13th Check out to see the cover art AND to ore order a signed hardcover Update Isaac will be self publishing The Living with an expected release date of fall 2018 I can t wait to finally get my hands on this book

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  4. says:

    My enjoyment of this book may have been lessened because I read The Burning World so long ago, and this is basically part 2 of that story That said, it kinda felt like I jumped in the middle of a narrative, but that s expected It just was hard to do I recommend reading them back to back, definitely Some of the concepts in this were a little too out there for what I usually go for, and one scene in particular was a little silly, but overall it acts as a solid conclusion to the series Just don t go in expecting a big name reveal for R I may have to reread The Burning World and The Living one day to truly appreciate them together 4 5 Stars.

  5. says:

    This book will be released the same year as The Burning World a.k.a the second book in the series Amazing.

  6. says:

    I just finished The Burning World I love R no matter what, and I cannot wait for last book to come out yay

  7. says:

    Honestly I don t know how I felt about this book The first book was light and humorous, the second not as much and this one definitely not So it wasn t what I was expecting Also I didn t even understand it SoI don t know.

  8. says:

    Publishers, please publish faster I m dying of cliffhanger.

  9. says:

    I think I want to finish it in a peaceful sorroundings.

  10. says:

    The Warm Bodies series and the story of a zombie filled with love has come a long way since it made its first appearance in the world Evolving from a sort of existential Romeo and Juliet story featuring zombies into a cautionary tale turned uncanny commentary on the current world climate and now to a beacon of hope, this series encapsulates every aspect of the human condition It may have been pitched as a story about zombies and survival, but The Living proves it s so much than that.The Living by Isaac Marion is an impressive feat of storytelling that puts this epic tale to rest in the most thought provoking and organic way Spanning multiple generations, thousands of miles, and several planes of existence, The Living shows us all what it really means to be alive and how to exist in the world we wish to see.Read my full review on

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