Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Horror Publication.Date July 23rd 2013 (Hardcover edition) Pages: 688 Published By: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) Website Alexander Gordon Smith The Fury My review copy: ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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It was an ordinary Wednesday afternoon in June when the world came to kill Benny Millston.
She went for him, her head darting forward like a cobra's. Her teeth scraped down his forehead, locking onto the flesh of his eyebrow and biting hard. Brick found his voice, shrieking. Blood gushed into his eye, trickling into his mouth, chocking him. She was chewing, working his face like a tough lump of lamb, her breath coming in short, meaty gasps.
It might have still been the shock of what had happened. It might have been the fact that in the last few hours everything in her life, everything she knew about the world, had changed.
It was the absence of something, and that absence was spreading - deleting, erasing, cancelling everything it touched. That's why it felt so sad, so horrible, because this thing was the very opposite of life, the opposite of death too, it was the opposite of everything.
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