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The Hunger Games

Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Practically everyone has seen the Hunger Games or read the book by now, and it’s safe to say that this is a dystopic reading, unless you’re in the Capitol. 199 more words


Book Review | Gregor the Overlander (Underland Chronicles #1) | by Suzanne Collins

by Suzanne Collins    ★★★★

This irresistible first novel tells the story of a quiet boy who embarks on a dangerous quest in order to fulfill his destiny — and find his father — in a strange world beneath New York City. 706 more words


How to be Divergent

Every year has its own movie trend. A few years ago, it was vampires. Before that, it was wizards and witches. Somewhere in the middle, it was superheroes. 859 more words


The Art of the Ending: Can it be satisfying?

What do Mockingjay, Deathly Hallows, Alleigant and Return of the King have in common? They are all the final installments in their respective series. With that distinction comes a heavy burden. 560 more words


Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins

Catching Fire was the perfect follow up to the first book in The Hunger Games trilogy. With the first book ending with the reader craving more, Catching Fire definitely satisfied my desires for more. 488 more words


Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

May the odds ever be in your favour

In the future a land that was once called ‘North America’ is ruled by the Capitol. Divided into districts residents have little or no information about the rest of the population other and are eerily separated apart from for The Hunger Games, a fate no parent wants for their child. 463 more words

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Catching Fire

On Sunday, April 27th, Join Kimberly Russell from West Kentucky Community and Technical College for Read to Reel! This month’s book/movie is Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. 24 more words