The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

I find myself drawn to the Teens section of the library these days for the sheer amount of genre-busting, edgy writing.

While I’d always leaned towards SF, The Hunger Games is no ordinary dystopia because of the sheer grit and emotional resonance of its central characters. I was sucked right in from the first few pages, and spent a blissful day devouring this tale. The plot is pitch perfect, the characters are heartbreaking.

Believe the hype.

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One Response to “The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins”

  1. I really enjoyed this series too. Some of the other books you’ve reviewed are much more complex, literary works, and this one is so much more simple – but also awesome!

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