Review: Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies
Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This might be the only time that I was glad to have read the book after seeing the movie. I simply adored the movie (Oh, Nicholas Hoult… *swoon*) and I really loved the book but they’re SO different that I wonder if reading the book first would have ruined the movie for me.

This book was pretty brilliant. In fact, as a writer, I’m pretty jealous that this is a first novel and it’s so amazing. There were some really great nuggets of dialogue in this book that I’d read and then just sit there amazed. Marion did a wonderful job bringing this weird zombie world alive and making the reader fall in love with R immediately.

I can see why they chose to make the changes they made when converting this to a screen play, but it’s interesting how much of it they changed because it’s great both ways.

Definitey worth the read, and I totally suggest reading it after you see the movie if you can. šŸ™‚

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