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Warm Bodies (The Warm Bodies Series) eBook Kindle

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Número de páginas: 270 páginas Dicas de vocabulário: Habilitado Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
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'R' is a zombie. He has no name, no memories, and no pulse, but he has dreams. He is a little different from his fellow Dead.

Amongst the ruins of an abandoned city, R meets a girl. Her name is Julie and she is the opposite of everything he knows - warm and bright and very much alive, she is a blast of colour in a dreary grey landscape. For reasons he can't understand, R chooses to save Julie instead of eating her, and a tense yet strangely tender relationship begins.

This has never happened before. It breaks the rules and defies logic, but R is no longer content with life in the grave. He wants to breathe again, he wants to live, and Julie wants to help him. But their grim, rotting world won't be changed without a fight...

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‘R’ is a zombie. He has no name, no memories and no pulse, but he has dreams. He is a little different from his fellow Dead.

Amongst the ruins of an abandoned city, R meets a girl. Her name is Julie and she is the opposite of everything he knows – warm and bright and very much alive, she is a blast of colour in a dreary grey landscape. For reasons he can’t understand, R chooses to save Julie instead of eating her, and a tense yet strangely tender relationship begins.

This has never happened before. It breaks the rules and defies logic, but R is no longer content with life in the grave. He wants to breathe again, he wants to live, and Julie wants to help him. But their grim, rotting world won’t be changed without a fight…

Warm Bodies is a strange and unexpected treat. R is the thinking woman’s zombie – he could be the perfect boyfriend (though somewhat grey-skinned and monosyllabic). This is a wonderful book, elegantly written, touching and fun, as delightful as a mouthful of fresh brain’
Audrey Niffenegger

Warm Bodies is a terrific book – a compelling literary fantasy which is also a strange and affecting pop-culture parable’
Nick Harkaway

‘A mesmerising evolution of a classic contemporary myth’
Simon Pegg

‘Wonderfully original’
Henry Sutton, Daily Mirror

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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 1497 KB
  • Número de páginas: 270 páginas
  • Editora: Vintage Digital; Edição: Film Tie-In (14 de outubro de 2010)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B0043D2D8M
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  • Dicas de vocabulário: Habilitado
  • Leitor de tela: Compatível
  • Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
  • Avaliação média: 4.0 de 5 estrelas 1 avaliação de cliente
  • Lista de mais vendidos da Amazon: #157,989 entre os mais vendidos na Loja Kindle (Conheça os 100 mais vendidos na Loja Kindle)

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Por Alice Aguiar AVALIADOR TOP 100 em 12 de outubro de 2013
Formato: eBook Kindle
Esse livro era uns dos livros que eu estava com o pé atrás de ler pelo simples fato que o personagem R (zumbi) não é igual aos outros zumbis que eu gosto. Sou das "antigas" e prefiro mil vezes um bom e velho zumbi assassino e um bom e velho apocalipse. Se é que vocês me entendem.
Para a minha surpresa eu gostei muito desse livro.

Era uma vez um conto de fadas embolorado. Pág. 223

Começamos a ler o livro e somos apresentados a R, um "jovem" zumbi que não consegue lembrar seu nome todo, sua antiga vida, porém consegue articular algumas palavras, pensamentos complexos e bem reflexivos. Ele e seu melhor amigo M são um mistério para mim..são cheios de "vida", conversas curtas e pensamentos sobre o mundo.
Nesse livro vemos porque os zumbis comem cérebro e achei uma boa sacada. Afinal eles comem porque conseguem ter as memórias do ser humano em questão (o dono do cérebro) por um período de tempo. E conseguem sentir os outros seres humanos a distância porque veem a "vida" emanando deles. Para mim isso foi bem pensado, geralmente eles comem porque é de comer haha e sentem os outros seres humanos pelo cheiro ou seguem os barulhos. Isso claro nas outras histórias que eu já li.
R acaba falando com seu amigo M que precisa ir caçar e nessa ocasião acaba lutando com seres humanos que saíram para procurar remédios fora da cidade estadio. Esse é o grupo que encontramos Perry, Nora e Julie (fora os outros que estavam com eles). O zumbi R acaba atacando Perry e comendo seu cérebro, mas algo acontece com as memórias dele...ele conhece Julie, a namorada do rapaz que ele esta comendo e se vê fascinado pela garota.
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Amazon.com: 4.5 de 5 estrelas 2,154 avaliações
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4.0 de 5 estrelas I am dead, but it’s not so bad. 14 de novembro de 2015
Por Nai - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum Compra verificada
Author Isaac Marion writes a refreshing take on zombies.
This one is kind of like Romeo & Juliet, except R is a zombie guy and Julie is still alive. We get the story through his eyes. R does not remember his name or his age, or anything really before he died. In a world where the dead walk and the living are trying to stay alive, R comes across Julie one day while out looking for food.

Julie is running with a group of others when they are overcome by zombies hunting. When R sees Julie he knows he cannot kill her so he saves her instead. He takes her home to his zombie community, an abandoned airport.
What happens to R is that he begins to change as he falls in love with Julie. He finds himself becoming more human-like and apparently, this change is contagious. Zombies and the living have never fallen in love with one another, so theirs is a one of a kind romance and one that really turns heads.

The storyline was unique, the writing flowed smoothly and I enjoyed the romance and humor. I did not find any dull spots. The characters are well written and likeable, R made me laugh throughout and he is a sweet hero.

I also liked Julie’s character. She is no damsel in distress. She is smart, sassy and she sticks up for what she believes in. I liked that these two share a love of good music, like Frank Sinatra.

Overall, a fun, quirky, sweet story about how love can change people for the better. All you need is love right?

Disclaimer: This review is my honest opinion. I did not receive any kind of compensation for reading and reviewing this book. I am under no obligation to write a positive review. I purchased my copy of Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Forever a favourite read of mine 17 de fevereiro de 2017
Por Haley - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum Compra verificada
Who says zombies are dead?

Well, a lot of people I suppose. This isn't my first time reading this literary masterpiece and it won't be my last. "Warm Bodies" is incredible. I remember finding thIS book in a random store many years ago...I think it was a Target, not sure, but I found the synopsis very odd and because of that I read it. I loved it so much that I read it over and over again. I also read the "prequel" about a year ago as well and loved it too. Then, I found out Marion was writing a sequel and I was ecstatic.

R and Julie's characters are familiar yet utterly unique...does that make sense? We've all known someone who feels lost and always seems to be on the outside looking in and we also know a broken person who is just trying to survive all while having hope humming in their hearts. That is what they represent. HOPE.

This book, yes, it is about zombies, but it also about humanity as a whole. Warm Bodies breaks down humanity to it's molecular level and it tests it all while trying to save it. I love the humor in the book that accompanies the dark and stressful moments. R brings comedy, but a lot of what he experiences make you think. I think everyone should read this book. Even if you think it may be a bit corny, just do it.

Warm Bodies is unique and I have still failed to read anything like it. Isaac Marion has become an author that I highly respect and I am so excited to read more of his new work and continue reading his old.

- Haley
5.0 de 5 estrelas Unique, Amazing, Different! 14 de junho de 2017
Por Amazon Customer - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
When I knew there was going to be a movie based off this book, I just had to get myself a copy.
It's different from any other zombie themed tale I have heard of or read and keeps you wanting more.
With the new sequel "The Burning World" out, I just had to get this book in a form to bring with me any time.
Warm Bodies leaves keeps you thinking even after it ends and only starts bringing more questions that the rest of the series explains.
The movie adapted this book well, but is nothing like the book itself in details and the ending.

I recommend reading "Warm Bodies" before reading the prequel "New Hunger". Then dive right into "The Burning World" to answer only half the questions left. Once done you'll be wanting the finale book coming out even sooner and get the answers you so will need and want in "The Living."

It's a book that can not only fill that want to read something Horror related, but Romantic with actual thought put into every detail.
Not just a love story, but a tale to make you think hard about everything in the end.
(And yes, it does have some hints falling to Romeo and Juliet, but you'll have to see if it has a happier ending.)
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3.0 de 5 estrelas A Spinoff of Romeo and Juliet 2 de fevereiro de 2013
Por A Book Vacation - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum Compra verificada
Truth: I picked up this book because the previews for the movie looked rather hilarious, and up until the previews started airing, I hadn't even known there was a book. As the movie looked like something fun I'd like to see, I did a little research and found out it's another book-turned-movie that has become so popular these past few years. So, I scooped up the novel and read it, hoping for a humorous zombie tale. But, that's not really what I got (reader beware, there are a few spoilers below).

First of all, this is not an original story, in my opinion. It's actually a spinoff of Romeo and Juliet. Now, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that, but to call Warm Bodies an original debut, well... that it is not. It's true that it took me until halfway through the book to begin making the connections between the novel and the classic tragedy, but the balcony scene itself, when Julie is recording her thoughts and R is below her unbeknownst, gave it away, especially when Julie made the famous statement about names, which comes directly from Shakespeare.

Here's my breakdown of our cast of characters:

Julie, the only daughter of a well known, high status general=Juliet

Perry, Julie's boyfriend who is killed by R=Paris

Nora, Julie's best friend and confidant=Nurse

R, a moping, depressed zombie looking for the meaning of "life" and who falls instantly for Julie=Romeo

M, R's best friend=Mercutio

Random unlucky guard, who is also killed by R=Tybalt

General, father to Juliet unable to see past his own beliefs=Lord Capulet

Aside from our characters, the two feuding houses from the classic work out to be the humans vs. the zombies. And, as I've already mentioned, there is a balcony scene that follows Shakespeare's scene to a tee. There is instant love, at least in R's case, as well as distant parents, big housing complexes that are dangerous to both Julie and R should they enter the other's housing area and, the list goes on. Hence, this is a spinoff of Romeo and Juliet, with the needed vast changes to make it a spinoff and not a retelling: the weird zombie marriage (Rosaline?) and child adoption, skeleton priests or something of that nature, weird out of body experiences, or, the dead talking to R in his mind, and the lack of "death" at the end.

Now, I said earlier that I went in to this novel thinking it would be funny, and while some aspects did cause me to crack a smile, the novel itself takes on a more serious note than I was expecting. I also found some of it a bit disturbing, and am glad the movie came out with a rating of PG 13 because, in all honesty, I think this book is rated R, what will all the blood and gore and the eating of brains (not what I pictured for a funny zombie tale). Likewise, we don't know how old R is, but right away, he is married to another zombie, and they adopt kids, which is sort of a strange set up. I don't know if this was meant to invoke humor, but it certainly didn't with me. Neither did the talk of zombies trying to have sex with one another. They knew enough to get naked, but their lack of cognitive thought had them naked and slapping their parts together, unable to figure out exactly how to do the deed. That actually made me a bit ill. I mean, there isn't anything humorous in dead, rotting corpses trying to have sex. Not to me.

It is interesting to be inside R's head, though, and he makes some great observations, but overall, the book just didn't do it for me. It's not what I expected, and I think that was half the problem on my end. I expected an almost "make-fun of zombies" type book, not blood, gore, and lengthy out of body experiences that I had trouble following. I also didn't really follow the logic of the zombies turning more human after R's consumption of Perry's brain, or how that consumption allowed the other zombies to begin to transform, either. Therefore, while I think the book had a lot of potential, it fell a bit flat for me, whereas teenagers may find this type of book very funny, indeed--at least, I was trying to explain the grossness of a scene to a teenager and she thought it was absolutely hilarious, so.

Now, when it comes to the movie, I have to say the director actually was fairly spot on with his interpretation. I was thinking that the movie, at least, would be funnier and probably less serious than the book ended up being, but I was wrong on that account, too. The book and movie parallel each other quite nicely; they're very similar, and I think the acting was decent (though I do think the zombies moved a little too fast and fluidly in the very beginning, but that's beside the point). Levine did a great job following the book, though a few changes were implemented here and there, such as the removal of much of the blood and gore, as well as doing away with most of the Perry/R conversations, the zombie marriage, and the sex, to name a few. Kudos to Levine for that, because I think I would have walked out of the theater, otherwise. Gross. But, as I didn't really care for the book all that much, and the movie and book are basically the same, I have to say I didn't really care for either, in all honesty.
5.0 de 5 estrelas Original, quirky and heartfelt. A definite must buy! 9 de janeiro de 2013
Por Jennifer Hughey - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Amazon's blurb:
R is a young man with an existential crisis--he is a zombie. He shuffles through an America destroyed by war, social collapse, and the mindless hunger of his undead comrades, but he craves something more than blood and brains. He can speak just a few grunted syllables, but his inner life is deep, full of wonder and longing. He has no memories, noidentity, and no pulse, but he has dreams.
After experiencing a teenage boy's memories while consuming his brain, R makes an unexpected choice that begins a tense, awkward, and stragely sweet relationship with the victim's human girlfriend. Julie is a blast of color in the otherwise dreary and gray landscape that surrounds R. His decision to protect her will transform not only R, but his fellow Dead, and perhaps their whole lifeless world.
Scary, funny, and surprisingly poignant, Warm Bodies is about being alive, being dead, and the blurry line in between.

My Thoughts:
WOW. Just Wow. I sit here just having finished the book, slightly sniffling still. I'm not sure I can adequately express how this very original, totally emotional and slightly disquieting book moved me.
But with prose like the following quotes, what is there NOT to love?

"But I'm not afraid of the skeletons in Julie's closet. I look forward to meeting the rest of them, looking them hard in the eye, giving them firm, bone-crunching handshakes."

"I'm watching her talk. Watching her jaw move and collecting her words one by one as they spill from her lips. I don't deserve them. Her warm memories. I'd like to paint them over the bare plaster walls of my soul, but everything I paint seems to peel."

"But it does make me sad that we've forgotten our names. Out of everything, this seems to me the most tragic. I miss my own and I mourn for everyone else's, because I'd like to love them,but I don't know who they are."

Who knew I could care about a zombie as much as I do? From the very beginning I was drawn into R's rich inner world and felt for him during his existential journey which was highly original and emotionally raw at times.

Isaac Marion, you are a genius. This book has become one of my favorite YA novels, and also may be one of my favorite books of all time. Thank you for penning a book that will live in MY inner world for a very long time to come.

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