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The Hunger Games combines elements of an intense survival adventure with a story of friendship and love. But the book is more than a page-turner with a strong, appealing heroine. The Hunger Games is a powerful and often disturbing story that is sure to spark intense discussion not just about Katniss Everdeen's world—but about our own. Sep 14,  · The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1), Suzanne Collins The Hunger Games is a dystopian novel by the American writer Suzanne Collins. It is written in the voice of year-old Katniss Everdeen, who lives in the future, post-apocalyptic nation of Panem in North America/5(K). The Hunger Games is the first book in a trilogy, and it was released in I wish I had known it was a trilogy before I finished the book, because then I would have been prepared for the ending Author: BRITTNEY BROWN, g-bnsbooks.ga


The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1) by Suzanne Collins


I n a place once known as North America, now known as Panem, is a very rich City surrounded by hunger games book review Districts. Every year because this very rich City, known as The Capitol, is so rich and likes to think they control all the Districts - which they do - there is something known as The Hunger Games!

This is where two children, one boy and one girl from each district from the ages of twelve to eighteen, hunger games book review, have to leave their families and compete in The Hunger Games, hunger games book review, a live event that is aired on TV's all over Panem. When Katniss Everdeen, aged sixteen from District 12, has to volunteer to take the place of her twelve-year-old sister Prim after Prim's name is called forth to become the 23rd member to compete in The 74th Hunger Gamesshe promises to Prim that she will win!

Because District 12 is so poor, Katniss has been close to death many times from starvation but she's made it through it. But this is a different kind of close to death; this Katniss doesn't know if she can survive, hunger games book review.

She doesn't want to hurt, or kill anyone but when hunger games book review comes down to it Katniss' instinct is to survive. But when she starts to have confusing feelings about the boy from her hunger games book review who is also her fellow contender, things get worse, and then she teams up with the girl from District 11 and only one person can survive. But who will it be?

Will her feelings get the better of her? Will she let someone else win so they don't have to die? If Katniss is going to win she's going to have to be brutal, hunger games book review. She's going to have to kill! This is the second time I have read The Hunger Games! And since reading it the first time round I've wanted to read it again! But I just have so many books I haven't read and it's hard to balance it right but finally I've decided to read them again!

I would really suggest reading it if you haven't yet! It's really different from lots of the other stuff I read. And it's a good book to take you somewhere else; I could really get into The Hunger Game and I've been able to get into it reading it the second time round. Although it is more difficult reading it the second time round because I have now seen the film and I imagined it completely differently to how they did it in the film - and Hunger games book review liked my version better.

I'm going straight onto the next one, Catching Fire, as you can't resist reading them all as quickly as possible as soon as you've started!

A good book to sit down with on a horrible rain day! It makes you happy to be alive and happy to know that you are not going to be entered in a competition where you are to fight to your death every year. But it's a great story! And a great idea for a story. It's one of the books I wish I had written myself!

One of my favourite series of book ever! I highly suggest reading it, and hope Suzanne Collins goes on to write more teen fiction as The Hunger Games was so good! I would read anything by her without batting an eyelid! One of the best authors out there at the moment in my opinion! Good job Suzanne Collins! I would rate it ten million stars If I could but I can't, hunger games book review, so I will rate a very well earned five stars!

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The Hunger Games, Book 1 Book Review

 

hunger games book review

 

The Hunger Games is a book by the American author Suzanne Collins. It was published in and has sold millions of copies. It is the first book for young readers to sell a million electronic books and you can buy it in 26 different languages. The Hunger Games is now a very successful film. The Hunger Games combines elements of an intense survival adventure with a story of friendship and love. But the book is more than a page-turner with a strong, appealing heroine. The Hunger Games is a powerful and often disturbing story that is sure to spark intense discussion not just about Katniss Everdeen's world—but about our own. The Hunger Games is the first book in a trilogy, and it was released in I wish I had known it was a trilogy before I finished the book, because then I would have been prepared for the ending Author: BRITTNEY BROWN, g-bnsbooks.ga