The Hunger

The Hunger

Evil is invisible, and it is everywhere. Tamsen Donner must be a witch. That is the only way to explain the series of misfortunes that have plagued the wagon train known as the Donner Party. Depleted rations, bitter quarrels, and the mysterious death of a little boy have driven the pioneers to the brink of madness. They cannot escape the feeling that someone--or something- Evil is invisible, and it is everywhere. Tamsen Donner must be a witch. That is the only way to explain the serie...

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Title:The Hunger
Author:Alma Katsu
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:The Hunger
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:376 pages pages

The Hunger Reviews

  • karen
    Sep 29, 2017

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)
    Mar 12, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

  • Blair
    Jan 18, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

  • Bark
    Apr 05, 2019

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Mar 01, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

  • Debra
    Mar 31, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

  • Julie
    Apr 13, 2019

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

  • Darinda
    Jan 23, 2019

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

    ????STARS ARC BOOK REVIEW. Release Date-6/3/18 "The Hunger" By Alma Katsu was such an immersing read with such diverse interesting characters you couldn't help but become hooked and transfixed by the storyline. With its rich tapestry of history, you actually felt tra...

    Thanks to the publisher for supplying the Nightworms with hardcover copies of this book, free of charge, in exchange for honest reviews! Alma Katsu?s The Hunger is one of the most hyped books of the season and with good reason: this twist on the infamous Donner Party is chilling, ...

    3.5 stars ?Maybe that was the curse of these mountains ? they turned you mad, then reflected your madness back at you, incarnate.? I have heard of the Donner party but to be honest I knew very very little of their tragedy and I think that perhaps helped my enjoyment as I wa...

    The Donner Party is headed West. The wagon train faces a perilous journey, with harsh weather, food shortages, and a supernatural horror. This horror novel reimagines the historical and tragic Donner Party journey to the West. Using both real and fictitious characters, this is a cha...

  • Susan
    Dec 02, 2017

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

  • Mindi
    Apr 19, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

  • Michael Hicks
    Mar 10, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

  • Sonja Arlow
    Nov 11, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

    ????STARS ARC BOOK REVIEW. Release Date-6/3/18 "The Hunger" By Alma Katsu was such an immersing read with such diverse interesting characters you couldn't help but become hooked and transfixed by the storyline. With its rich tapestry of history, you actually felt tra...

    Thanks to the publisher for supplying the Nightworms with hardcover copies of this book, free of charge, in exchange for honest reviews! Alma Katsu?s The Hunger is one of the most hyped books of the season and with good reason: this twist on the infamous Donner Party is chilling, ...

    3.5 stars ?Maybe that was the curse of these mountains ? they turned you mad, then reflected your madness back at you, incarnate.? I have heard of the Donner party but to be honest I knew very very little of their tragedy and I think that perhaps helped my enjoyment as I wa...

  • Carol
    Aug 04, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

  • Bex (Beckie Bookworm)
    Apr 03, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

    ????STARS ARC BOOK REVIEW. Release Date-6/3/18 "The Hunger" By Alma Katsu was such an immersing read with such diverse interesting characters you couldn't help but become hooked and transfixed by the storyline. With its rich tapestry of history, you actually felt tra...

  • Emily
    Apr 19, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

  • Ann Girdharry
    Mar 28, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

  • Amy
    Mar 01, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

  • Kimberly
    Apr 18, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

    ????STARS ARC BOOK REVIEW. Release Date-6/3/18 "The Hunger" By Alma Katsu was such an immersing read with such diverse interesting characters you couldn't help but become hooked and transfixed by the storyline. With its rich tapestry of history, you actually felt tra...

    Thanks to the publisher for supplying the Nightworms with hardcover copies of this book, free of charge, in exchange for honest reviews! Alma Katsu?s The Hunger is one of the most hyped books of the season and with good reason: this twist on the infamous Donner Party is chilling, ...

    3.5 stars ?Maybe that was the curse of these mountains ? they turned you mad, then reflected your madness back at you, incarnate.? I have heard of the Donner party but to be honest I knew very very little of their tragedy and I think that perhaps helped my enjoyment as I wa...

    The Donner Party is headed West. The wagon train faces a perilous journey, with harsh weather, food shortages, and a supernatural horror. This horror novel reimagines the historical and tragic Donner Party journey to the West. Using both real and fictitious characters, this is a cha...

    ????????? ????????? ? ???????? ???????? ?????. ????? ??????? ???? ?? ???????? ??????????? ???????, ????? ????? ? ???????? ? ??? ???????? ?????????? ???????...

    THE HUNGER, by Alma Katsu, is a well written, original take on what "could" have happened to the infamous Donner Party. While everyone has heard of the fatal 1846 attempt at crossing to California, and what the members succumbed to in order to survive, this novel takes it on a differen...

  • Lyubov
    Mar 16, 2019

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

    ????STARS ARC BOOK REVIEW. Release Date-6/3/18 "The Hunger" By Alma Katsu was such an immersing read with such diverse interesting characters you couldn't help but become hooked and transfixed by the storyline. With its rich tapestry of history, you actually felt tra...

    Thanks to the publisher for supplying the Nightworms with hardcover copies of this book, free of charge, in exchange for honest reviews! Alma Katsu?s The Hunger is one of the most hyped books of the season and with good reason: this twist on the infamous Donner Party is chilling, ...

    3.5 stars ?Maybe that was the curse of these mountains ? they turned you mad, then reflected your madness back at you, incarnate.? I have heard of the Donner party but to be honest I knew very very little of their tragedy and I think that perhaps helped my enjoyment as I wa...

    The Donner Party is headed West. The wagon train faces a perilous journey, with harsh weather, food shortages, and a supernatural horror. This horror novel reimagines the historical and tragic Donner Party journey to the West. Using both real and fictitious characters, this is a cha...

    ????????? ????????? ? ???????? ???????? ?????. ????? ??????? ???? ?? ???????? ??????????? ???????, ????? ????? ? ???????? ? ??? ???????? ?????????? ???????...

  • Justine
    Jul 02, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

  • Jack +Books & Bourbon+
    Apr 02, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

  • Jilly
    Jul 01, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

  • Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror
    Apr 22, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

  • Carrie
    Mar 02, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

  • Juli
    Feb 15, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

  • Lou
    Jun 01, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

    ????STARS ARC BOOK REVIEW. Release Date-6/3/18 "The Hunger" By Alma Katsu was such an immersing read with such diverse interesting characters you couldn't help but become hooked and transfixed by the storyline. With its rich tapestry of history, you actually felt tra...

    Thanks to the publisher for supplying the Nightworms with hardcover copies of this book, free of charge, in exchange for honest reviews! Alma Katsu?s The Hunger is one of the most hyped books of the season and with good reason: this twist on the infamous Donner Party is chilling, ...

    3.5 stars ?Maybe that was the curse of these mountains ? they turned you mad, then reflected your madness back at you, incarnate.? I have heard of the Donner party but to be honest I knew very very little of their tragedy and I think that perhaps helped my enjoyment as I wa...

    The Donner Party is headed West. The wagon train faces a perilous journey, with harsh weather, food shortages, and a supernatural horror. This horror novel reimagines the historical and tragic Donner Party journey to the West. Using both real and fictitious characters, this is a cha...

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    THE HUNGER, by Alma Katsu, is a well written, original take on what "could" have happened to the infamous Donner Party. While everyone has heard of the fatal 1846 attempt at crossing to California, and what the members succumbed to in order to survive, this novel takes it on a differen...

    This is another one of those books that walks the tightrope between crime thriller and horror - of late, I have really enjoyed these type of stories. It is based on the Donner party tragedy where a party of pioneers travelling across the American West searching for a better life experi...

  • Tammy
    Oct 19, 2017

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

  • Scarlett Readz and Runz....Through Novel Time & Distance
    Jun 11, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

  • Cody | codysbookshelf
    Apr 21, 2018

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...

    With The Hunger, Alma Katsu does for the doomed Donner party what Dan Simmons did for the Franklin Expedition in his massive work, The Terror, giving the ill-fated cross-country voyage a supernatural twist while maintaining historical authenticity (well, to a degree anyway). In May...

    I wasn?t familiar with the Donner Party but I liked the idea of a historical reimagining that blended fact and fiction with a supernatural twist and when I read a bit about the real life Donner Party I was both horrified and fascinated. That basically sums up my emotional state while...

    This book has a zillion reviews so I?ll spare you from another and only say that I was a wee bit disappointed with the horror aspects of this novel. It was a super slow burn, and I like those usually, but The Hunger was peopled with so many characters and their dramas and romances an...

    A big thank you to Glasstown Ent. for providing this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm a huge fan of historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Books like Dan Simmons' The Terror and The Abominable are some of my favorites in the genre, and both have a paranormal threat on...

    ????STARS ARC BOOK REVIEW. Release Date-6/3/18 "The Hunger" By Alma Katsu was such an immersing read with such diverse interesting characters you couldn't help but become hooked and transfixed by the storyline. With its rich tapestry of history, you actually felt tra...

    Thanks to the publisher for supplying the Nightworms with hardcover copies of this book, free of charge, in exchange for honest reviews! Alma Katsu?s The Hunger is one of the most hyped books of the season and with good reason: this twist on the infamous Donner Party is chilling, ...

  • Frank Phillips
    Mar 28, 2019

    "Maybe it takes one demon to keep the others away." He paused. His eyes glistened with tears now. "Lucifer had been an angel first. I always remember that." Is it okay to say that I devoured this book? Seriously, I picked this book up after I had read "The Indifferent Stars Above...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a 2018 G.P Putnam?s Sons publication. Deeply engrossing! The Donner Party is an epic tragedy that has been explored and analyzed for ages. It?s a gruesome and ghastly tale all on its own. But now, Alma Katsu has added a paranormal tint to the sto...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best horror 2018! what will happen? when history?s not bad enough, add monsters! writers adhering to this philosophy can either turn that historical atrocity frown upside down and play it for laughs by making zombies stagger acros...

    I need therapy after this book. Holy crap! Someone show me a puppy video, STAT! I may have nightmares tonight. Okay, so the biggest thing that will fuck you up is that you know this book is based upon a true story. Yes, it gets strange and has a paranormal thing that comes in, but ...

    The Hunger by Alma Katsu is a fictional novel that is centered around one of histories most famous events when it came to settling the western U.S. This story gives a new imaginative supernatural twist to just what may have happened to the Donner party on their trek across the country....

    This is a re-imagining of the tragedy of the Donner Party. There is terror and horror contained within these pages. The characters both real and fictious are fully developed with backstories that enhance the tale. You will want to keep the lights bright when reading this one. ...

    4.5 Hungy, hungy stars The Pioneer wagon train that was DOOMED?.and a HUNGER that was lurking within! ?Evil was invisible, and it was everywhere.? ? Alma Katsu Alma Katsu did an amazing job when combining actual history and blending in fictional elements intrinsicall...

    In April 1846, 90 settlers left Springfield, Ill headed for California. The Donner Party was led by Jacob and George Donner. At first they followed the established route -- The California Trail -- reaching Wyoming without incident. It was at that point that they took the advice of a tr...

    Ok!....Alright!.........Alma Katsu takes us on a spook-filled journey with a mix of historical-fiction and horror as we follow The Donner Party wagon train from Independence, Missouri west toward California.Month by month beginning June 1846 through January 1847 we become acquainted wi...

    Thank you to Glasstown Ent. for giving the Night Worms a copy of this book to all seven of us for an honest review. I'm a native of Northern California. I grew up in a historical mining town. For history lessons in primary school, we read books like, Patty Reed's Doll and played a c...

    It?s books like these that make me mad, mad, mad. Not mad because the book was bad or poorly written (it wasn?t), not mad because of the liberties taken by the author (they enhance the story, and are therefore acceptable), and not mad because a favorite character died (this is abou...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/06/... The tragedy of the Donner Party is retold with a supernatural twist in The Hunger, a dark mix of historical fiction and horror. For context, in the May of 1846 a wagon train led by George Donner and James Ree...

    In The Hunger, Alma Katsu takes a real historical event ? the dreadful fate of the Donner Party ? and reimagines it as a horror story. (Of course, you could say it's already a horror story, but in this case it's the supernatural kind.) We follow a large cast of characters as they h...

    "He told her of a hunger that lodged not in his stomach, but his blood, an excavating hunger that festered like an unclean wound." (148) 2.5? The story of The Hunger is a fascinating concept, and I have been so excited for this book for months. As you can tell from my rating, t...

    Any Oregon child studied the Oregon Trail as part of Oregon history, in 4th grade and 8th grade. In 4th grade we played the Oregon Trail computer game in the Intel-provided computer lab, and in 8th grade we did more of a LARP version of the game. My group named itself the Dumber Party,...

    This book is partly based on a historical event and partly fiction. I didn?t know anything about the history of the pioneering settlers on which this story was based and so this book was pure fiction for me. A group of ninety settlers are heading west on a trail across America. T...

    Set between June 1846 and April 1847, this novel is based upon the true story of, ?the Donner Party,? which involved a wagon train heading to California, which ended in tragedy. Shockingly, the actual members of the wagon train relied on a book published at the time, ?The Emigran...

    A retelling of the famous story of the ill-fated wagon train with an added twist. Not only are there horrors in the form of fellow travellers within the group, their behaviour worsening as conditions decline, but there is also something stalking the group into the mountains. Katsu's...

    I'm on the fence between 3-4 Stars, so I'll give this 3.5 Stars. The premise got my attention right away, but i'd heard so many mixed reviews on this one, so it took me a while to finally pick it up. As anticipated, this was a slow burn. That can be a bad thing to some and an accepta...