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And when an unthinkable tragedy occurs, chaos descends upon the town. There is no longer right and wrong. Each kid is out for himself and even the good ones turn murderous. But a larger problem looms. Calling to them, guiding them, manipulating them. The Darkness has awakened.

The beat never stops!

And it is hungry. In an abandoned mine shaft a faceless animal lurks, pulling the strings, toying with human and mutant alike. But soon, fear explodes into desperation as starvation sets in and the mob look to place blame. More and more kids are developing strange powers and, just as frighteningly, so are the animals in the FAYZ: talking coyotes, swimming bats and deadly worms with razor-sharp teeth are just the beginning.

And in the background lies the greatest danger of all— and he too needs to be fed. Z to scout out the agricultural areas and pick some cabbages. Meanwhile, the character Duck is ambushed by the Human Crew, and he alters his density using his power and ends up in an underground cavern.

Fueled by a widespread prejudice against people with powers, especially after he almost got sucked into a whirlpool made by Duck because he bullied him around and angered him, Zil creates the "Human Crew", an organization that discriminates against these "freaks. Lana has also been receiving messages from the Gaiaphage and attempts to blow up the mineshaft , but she fails, falling under the Gaiaphage's control. Edilio , a student from Perdido Beach , travels to the mineshaft in order to destroy it, along with another girl named Dekka who has the ability to defy gravity in small spaces.

He is shot by Lana , who is under the control of the Gaiaphage.

Hunger: A Gone Novel

He held his hands out as though he were a minister about to bless the body. Albert and Edilio knew better. They both backed away. The body burned, crisped, turned black. Bones made loud snapping noises as they cracked from the heat. After a while Sam stopped. What was left behind was ash, a heap of gray and black ashes that could have been the residue of a backyard barbecue.

Caine lay on his back, sweating into a pillow that had no case. A dank sheet wrapped around his bare legs, twisted to cover half his naked torso. He was awake again, or at least he thought he was, believed he was. Hoped he was. It belonged to an old man named Mose, the groundskeeper for Coates Academy.

Of course Mose was gone. Gone with all the other adults. And all the older kids. Gone where? No one knew.

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Just gone. Beyond the barrier. Out of the giant fishbowl called the FAYZ. Maybe dead.

Maybe not. But definitely gone. Diana opened the door with a kick. She was carrying a tray and balanced on the tray was a bottle of water and a can of Goya brand garbanzo beans.

Are you decent? Are you covered? She set the tray on the side table. He sat up. His head swam as he did. He reached for the water. Why is the roof messed up like that?

What if it rains? He was surprised by the sound of his own voice. He was hoarse. His voice had none of its usual persuasive smoothness.

Diana was pitiless. What are you, stupid now as well as crazy? A phantom memory passed through him, leaving him feeling uneasy. Did I do something?

You lifted the roof up. He turned his hands around to look at his palms. Did I?

Diana said. Caine twisted open the bottle and drank.

I remember now. I thought it was crushing me.

I thought something was going to step on the house and crush it, squash me under it. So I pushed back. Eat some beans.

No one likes beans, Diana said. Beans are what we have. So eat some beans. You need food. Caine frowned. How long have I been like this? Like what?

Diana mocked him. He nodded. The smell of the beans was sickening. But he was suddenly hungry. And he remembered now: food was in short supply. Memory was coming back. The mad delusion was fading. Three months, give or take a week, Diana said. We had the big shoot-out in Perdido Beach. You wandered off into the desert with Pack Leader and were gone for three days.

When you came back you were pale, dehydrated, and. Pack Leader. The words, the creature they represented, made Caine wince. Pack Leader, the dominant coyote, the one who had somehow attained a limited sort of speech. Pack Leader, the faithful, fearful servant of. Of it. Of the thing in the mine shaft. The Darkness, they called it.

Caine swayed and before he rolled off the bed, Diana caught him, grabbed his shoulders, kept him up. But then she saw the warning sign in his eyes and muttered a curse and managed to get the wastebasket in front of him just as he vomited.

Just a little yellow liquid. Lovely, she said, and curled her lip. Caine rinsed his mouth with some of the water. Why are we here? No one at Coates wants you around until you get a grip on yourself.

He blinked at another returning memory. I hurt someone. You thought Chunk was some kind of monster. You were yelling a word.

Then you smacked Chunk through a wall. Is he okay? The wall was brick. Chunk looked like roadkill. Like when a raccoon gets run over and over and over and keeps getting run over for a couple of days. The harshness of her words was too much even for Diana herself. She gritted her teeth and said, Sorry. Diana wiped angrily at a tear. Answer the question: Can you give an example of understatement? Not all the way better. Not all the way.

But better.

Well, happy day, Diana said. For the first time in weeks Caine focused on her face. She was beautiful, Diana Ladris was, with enormous dark eyes and long brown hair and a mouth that defaulted to smirk.

You could have ended up like Chunk, Caine said. She shrugged. I have a choice: stick by you, or take my chances with Drake. The name conjured dark images. Dream or reality? Playing junior Caine. Supposedly representing you. He raided the grocery store and stole some food a few days ago.

And my brother? But Sam is totally in charge there. Hand me my pants, Diana did as he asked, then ostentatiously turned away as he pulled them on. What defenses do they have up? Caine asked.

Caine nodded. He bit at his thumbnail, an old habit. How about freaks? They have Dekka and Brianna and Taylor. They have Jack. They have Lana to heal people. And Bug thinks they have a kid who can fire some kind of heat wave. Like Sam? This kid is like a microwave. People are still developing powers, Caine said. Any here? Diana shrugged. Who knows for sure? Down in town a new mutant gets some respect. Up here?

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Maybe they get killed. Yeah, Caine said. That was a mistake.Runs several nutrition program across the world, e. Short for mutant. But a larger problem looms. He turned his hands around to look at his palms. Diana wiped angrily at a tear.