The hunger games the book review. The Hunger Games (2012) 2019-01-09

The hunger games the book review Rating: 4,8/10 1104 reviews

THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins

the hunger games the book review

Character development story put me to sleep. A sweet and sensitive hero who loves and supports the heroine unconditionally? Better drama, story and acting than Twilight, hopefully it stays that way and won't dwindle down the road. I think the messages within it are more mature and useful in this day and age as it, not like Twilight and pointless vampire romances. Katniss, therefore, takes care of her family. She fights for the ones she loves, she's brave and doesn't need to be saved.

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THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins

the hunger games the book review

A book about kids fighting to the death-- the violence isn't as bad as you think. When residents appear for the reaping, they look like cattle being rounded up for slaughter. I don't know why I didn't when it was a series that completely took over my life for a short while. There was no sense of tension. I try to follow this advice and will for this series.

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THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins

the hunger games the book review

While this is a theme that's been done many times before these books were written, Collins captured something really special and important with her particular novels and I'm really excited to carry on our buddy read later this month to find out what happens next! Basically it is only huge victory of marketing over the common sense. I ate it up, shouting into other rooms and offices that I was going to be shoving the book i Fantastically Written? While I found myself still indifferent toward Gale's character at this point in the story , I found myself much more connected and sympathetic toward Peeta. This is the best book I have read in a while. A few years ago Ms. I love The Hunger Games.


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The Hunger Games, Book 1 Book Review

the hunger games the book review

Am I proud of that? They actually make the beautiful Elizabeth Banks revolting to the point that it takes away from what movie there is actually to watch. Everyone warned me that there was a big scene near the end that was highly disturbing and left out of the movie, so that was obviously in the back of my mind as I read, but I still don't think it prepared me for how unsettled it made me feel, and I wholly appreciated it. I beg of you all. But the book is more than a page-turner with a strong, appealing heroine. Oh, this power of marketing that sells water with sugar and forces the masses think that it is mana directly from the heavens! Suzanne Collins has managed to replicate the wonderful breadth and width of all-ages storytelling without cutting any of the corners off. Like a dream come true. I find it disturbing that this is what it takes to get kids stimulated to read.


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Parent reviews for The Hunger Games, Book 1

the hunger games the book review

Suzanne Collins creates a moving portrayal of a girl living under a cruel dictatorship. I came across it and started to get into it and after 3 days I could not put the book down. Only Rue from District 11 is given any substantial screen time, but it's still not enough. Being loyal and darling and a role model. Her name is Katniss Everdeen.

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Mockingjay (The Hunger Games) Book Review and Ratings by Kids

the hunger games the book review

A meaningful, exciting, heart wrenching story. It just doesn't convince me, is all. Parents need to know that ' The Hunger Games is a story about a reality show where 24 teens must kill one another until only one survives. It's more like a very obscure form of Stalinism but without the weird foreign policy. They head for the Capital, and are trained, and they meet the other tributes.

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

the hunger games the book review

Biologically, the human body and mind is wired for survival at all costs. And of course they snooze instead. If you put junk in you get junk out. There are some other twists between then and the final page, but by then I was rather annoyed with the whole thing. Ross often seems comfortable with, perhaps because of disposition, inclination or some behind-the-scenes executive mandate. The whole reason she participates in the Hunger Games is to save her sister from being killed. The 'tributes' are chosen during the annual Reaping and are forced to fight to the death, leaving only one survivor to claim victory.

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The Hunger Games, Book 1 Book Review

the hunger games the book review

This is the kind of book that is so awesome in a completely thrilling and demented and emotional and shocking way that it makes you want to bang your head against the wall while throwing fairy dust in joy. The books are about how violence and vengeance destroys and lowers human life. And Katniss knows that now her survival will mean his death. My sister was right she usually is. The books she is most successful for in teenage eyes are The Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Mockingjay.

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