Living Hell

Living Hell

Book - 2010
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Chronicles the transformation of a spaceship into a living organism, as seventeen-year-old Cheney leads the hundreds of inhabitants in a fight for survival while machines turn on them, treating all humans as parasites.
Publisher: Boston : Harcourt, 2010
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780152061937
0152061932
Branch Call Number: YA FICTION JINKS
Characteristics: 256 p

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vidurm09
Aug 04, 2012

This book is amazing. For a start unlike other books with a boring start the start of this book could be the premise of a science fiction novel it self. The book is gruesome and I would not recommend it to anyone below 11. The has an interesting plot and therefore a 5 stars

BookwormOtaku Jul 25, 2012

This book is pretty awesome if you love sci-fi and action mixed together with slight horror/gore. If your stomach gets upset a bit too easily, I suggest not reading this. Some details are extensive and graphic and even the main character gagged. Other than that, awesome book!

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Rheme
Jul 23, 2012

Intelligent, well articulated, and terrifying. To pick up 'Living Hell' is to lose a few hours; you won't want to put it down!

This NEEDS to be a movie, and when it is, I'll be first in line.

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BookwormOtaku Jul 25, 2012

BookwormOtaku thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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