Review

Alma Katsu's The Hunger is an eerie tale with atmospheric suspense

Alma Katsu injects the supernatural into a story based on real characters.
Alma Katsu injects the supernatural into a story based on real characters.PHOTO: SUZETTE NIESS
Alma Katsu injects the supernatural into a story based on real characters.
Alma Katsu injects the supernatural into a story based on real characters.PHOTO: SUZETTE NIESS

THE HUNGER

By Alma Katsu

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 22, 2018, with the headline 'Eerie tale with atmospheric suspense'. Print Edition | Subscribe