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Verified Purchase. How surprised was I then when it did exactly that? Even better were the believable and likable protagonists complete with tough girl heroine and sensitive hero , and the fact author Suzanne Collins didn't shy away from blood and gore albeit slight sanitized.

I don't really know how to explain my feelings about this book. It's a great fast paced story with action, romance, drama and real sorrow too. The heroine is guardian type personality but the people she loves keep being taken from her and the one person she seems finally able to keep The end was annoyingly leading, but I can't help thinking like all tyrants President Snow was arrogant and foolish, but in his reactions to Katniss he almost assumes she is openly and intentionally rebelling when all she is really doing is trying to protect the lives of the people she loves.

Because of his assumption he does everything to tighten his control while she does everything to survive and protect. It really is a foregone conclusion that their worlds will collide if she survives.

Seriously well written and the emotional urgency and the pains and sorrow brought me to tears. Overall the thoughts provoked is what keeps coming and makes me want to get the next book.

The book is very well written and beautifully structured tale of survival in a world gone mad. The former United States of America was hit with some kind of apocalypse and only those living in the Capitol have any kind of comfortable living.

Every year one member of each of the poorer sections of the country - nicknamed Districts - is selected to enter a tournament where all those selected fight for their own survial. This is where we meet the stars of the show. First and foremost is Katniss Everdeen, whose father was killed in a mining accident when she was a little girl.

Since that point she has been the rock her family depends on as her mother is but a shadow of her former self since the loss of her husband. She is from District 12 and is remarkably talented with a bow and arrow and of course she is not stupid, either. Other members of the cast are introduced to the reader as you progress through the story.

Some are friends to Kat, some are not and some are not at all obvious. The book itself is very hard to put down, and not just due to the cliffhangers that are used at the end of every chapter, which will make you keep reading until the battery in your kindle wears out.

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The story is tense and terrific and the fight scenes are perfectly drawn in your mind. Elements are there to define the tale as science fiction but it certainly could not be described as such. The emotional attachment to Kat is strong due to the sacrifices she has made already in her young life.

Of course the reader is scared something dreadful will happen to our young hero so that is one more reason to turn each page with trepidation. Themes The Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins in In an interview with Collins, it was noted that the novel "tackles issues like severe poverty , starvation, oppression, and the effects of war among others. Katniss needs to hunt to provide food for her family, resulting in the development of skills that are useful to her in the Games such as her proficiency with the bow and arrow , and represents her rejection of the Capitol's rules in the face of life-threatening situations.

The tributes build a personality they want the audience to see throughout the Games. Miller writes: "The rules are arbitrary, unfathomable, and subject to sudden change.

A brutal social hierarchy prevails, with the rich, the good-looking, and the athletic lording their advantages over everyone else.

To survive you have to be totally fake. Adults don't seem to understand how high the stakes are; your whole life could be over, and they act like it's just some "phase"! Everyone's always watching you, scrutinizing your clothes or your friends and obsessing over whether you're having sex or taking drugs or getting good enough grades, but no one cares who you really are or how you really feel about anything.

In March , during the time of The Hunger Games film's release, Scholastic reported 26 million Hunger Games trilogy books in print, including movie tie-in books. Suzanne Collins is the first children's or young adult author to sell over one million Amazon Kindle ebooks, making her the sixth author to join the "Kindle Million Club".

Read by the actress Carolyn McCormick , it has a total running time of eleven hours and fourteen minutes.

However, she may rely too much on the strength of the prose without providing the drama young adult listeners often enjoy. The bird is connected to the ring only by its wing tips.

In a review for The New York Times, John Green wrote that the novel was "brilliantly plotted and perfectly paced", and that "the considerable strength of the novel comes in Collins's convincingly detailed world-building and her memorably complex and fascinating heroine. He gave the book a B grade. The Hunger Games is amazing. The appeal of the shared notes and highlights stems from what's enjoyable about physical books: Notes in the margins, underlined passages: Or if you're a particularly lazy student, knowing which passages have caught previous readers' eyes is a boon.

As an act of intellectual voyeurism, this is all good fun. But it also feeds into a greater appreciation of novels: Alarmists who claim that the young don't read nowadays may be amazed at the evidence in Kindle's highlights chart of how teenagers linger over fiction. And it's also social: It's a mindful way of reading, but also quite public. When highlighting or annotating any part of an ebook, the eyes of dozens of other future readers are peering over your shoulder.

Because sometimes things happen to people and they're not equipped to deal with them. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, highlighted by 17, Kindle users. It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, highlighted by 9, Kindle users.

The rules of the Hunger Games are simple. In punishment for the uprising, each of the twelve districts must provide one girl and one boy, called tributes, to participate.It's interesting to note what people highlight, though. See all Editorial Reviews.

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See all reviews. Vicky books friends. I asked if anyone knew what a "tribute" was and every hand shot up. The last tribute standing wins. Thank you for your feedback.

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