The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1)
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Pages no: 454
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Book Club
, Post Apocalyptic
It didn’t take much to plunge into the story given the interesting turns of events, prior and subsequent of The Hunger Games. The annual Games as a means to punish citizens of Panem for their previous act of rebellion, is cruel I tell you. Cruel. To make it even more sinister, the Capitol goes all t...
Since I am no longer the last person on Earth who hasn't read The Hunger Games, I shall now express the feelings and confusion I'm left with...This was a very odd reading experience. This book read very easily and quickly. I guess that's not very hard to achieve considering the pretty simplistic wri...
Imagine a reality show like Survivor, except that the contestants don't vote home their opponents, but they have to kill them instead!This YA novel was surprisingly good. I expected that it would somehow be more "Twilighty" - you know, in terms of love triangle and desperate teens doing what they ha...
I can’t even…! This was just… amazing!This is truly the book that got me back into reading again after a year or two of just being too busy to start new books, or continue old ones. The Hunger Games is a real page-turner, with constant suspense, and a relatable love story that wasn’t soppy and sicke...
I can see why people are hooked on these books. It certainly isn't what I expected. What did I expect? Maybe a slow build up, getting know the characters. But no we are catapulted in to Katniss' world & there's no soft soaping it. I can honestly say I am being sucked in, not wanting to put it down. ...
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