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Isaac Marion
Isaac Marion
Gender: Male
Medium(s): Novels
Roles: Writer
Date of birth: 1981
Place of birth: Seattle, Washington
1st Horror: Warm Bodies (novel)

Isaac Marion is an American author born near Seattle, Washington in 1981. He is best known for writing the novel Warm Bodies, which was published by Atria/Emily Bestler Books in November, 2011. The book has been subsequently adapted into a 2013 feature film directed by Jonathan Levine. Isaac wrote a prequel novel to the book, The New Hunger, which was released on January 28th, 2013. The novel Warm Bodies was based on a Marion short story entitled "I Am a Zombie Filled With Love".

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