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by Suzanne Collins
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danae
danae rated it 6 months ago
I love every part of this book. There's never a dull moment.I love the characters (yes, I cry when Rue dies, the strategy aspect of the book (the outfits Cinna and Portia design, the way Haymitch and Katniss communicate during the Games, how Katniss performs for the cameras in order to encourage spo...
Tate's Book Review
Tate's Book Review rated it 10 months ago
"The hunger games" by Suzanne Collins is a thrilling book about a girl named Katniss Everdeen who lives in a futuristic world. In this world, she lives in a country with 12 districts. Each one focuses on a different aspect. For example, Katniss's district is a coal mining district that is very poor....
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 1 year ago
I reread the Hunger Games earlier this year and then again in October. I have my problems with it (first person narration probably being the biggest), but it's one of the better YA books I've read. Very formulaic but here it works.
It's a Tori Story
It's a Tori Story rated it 1 year ago
I think that you could read this book with your 6th graders. Especially, during whole group. It will keep both the girls and boys entertained. It would be a good way to introduce the students to different types of fiction. In this case Dystopian.
Books Make the World a Better Place
This is a book I would use in a sixth grade classroom. It would be a great book to keep the students engaged and even watch the movies afterward to note the differences. Further, the Hunger Games could be utilized for an analysis of characterization, symbolization, and plot structure. It could be...
A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it 1 year ago
The first time I read this book, it was newly published -- it hadn't even won the Newbery yet. I was an adolescent. I had never heard the word "dystopia." All I knew was that I had never read anything like it.The second time I read it, I had just graduated from college and was at a mind-numbing data...
mattries37315
mattries37315 rated it 2 years ago
One of the biggest young adult book and film franchises since Harry Potter has been The Hunger Games trilogy, named after the first book of the series. In The Hunger Games, author Suzanne Collins introduces the reader to a dystopian North America and a country that controls its citizens by taking t...
airica
airica rated it 2 years ago
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 2 years ago
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS I'm surprised at how well this book stood up to rereading. Katniss didn't annoy me like she did the first (and possibly second) time I read the book. I found the book very suspenseful even though I knew everything that was going to happen. I had to take a LOT of bre...
nicky2910's book reviews
nicky2910's book reviews rated it 2 years ago
It doesn't happen often that I even consider picking up a book when I've already seen the movie, since the pictures in my head while reading will forever be influenced by the film and the actors, but in this case reading the book lends another layer of intensity to an already gripping and moving sto...
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