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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins January 13, 2009

Filed under: Book Reviews,Books,Fantasy,Fiction,Juvenile,sci-fi — Julie @ 11:46 am

hunger-gamesThe Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins fits into the juvenile fiction genre and was published in 2008. It is recommended for readers ages 12 and up.

I first heard of Hunger Games from Stephenie Meyer’s website where she recommended it to all her readers. I thought that was interesting and I put it on my list of books to read at some future date. Then a friend of mine left a comment on my blog telling me I should go pick it up and that she couldn’t get the story out of her head so I decided to give it a go. I was quickly captivated and devoured this book. The story follows Katniss as she competes for her life in the Hunger Games. These games are run once a year and a boy and a girl from each of the twelve districts compete not only for their lives but also for a comfortable and luxurious future. Katniss must use all of her talents to win but even that at times isn’t enough because of her loving nature that got her into the games in the first place when she volunteered to take the place of her little sister who was originally chosen to play. It was a mesmerizing story that I, like my friend, still can’t get out of my head and I eagerly await the publication of the sequel.

Other reviews available:

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

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One Response to “The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins”

  1. It really was a great book. I just finished it and I was floored by the amazing job that Collins did. I can’t wait for the sequel, either. 🙂


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