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A Broken Hero: Peeta Mellark

If there is one thing you need to know about me it is that I was a huge fangirl when it came to Peeta Mellark in high school. 675 more words

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More Than a Pretty Face: Finnick Odair

Sigh…I am still slightly bitter with how Finnick Odair’s stroy came to end. When I first read The Hunger Games, Finnick’s character never appealed to me. 650 more words

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Of course I had to follow on from Battle Royale with The Hunger Games Trilogy. The similarities between the two aren’t negligible, but I’m going to treat them seperately for day eighteen of Blogtober. 228 more words

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Not a Piece in the Games: Katniss Everdeen

Once upon a time, I hated reading. Books were the bane of my existence. However, my older sister, who also hated reading, would constantly tell me how good this series called T… 733 more words

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You haven’t hurt people–you’ve given them an opportunity. They just have to be brave enough to take it.

Excerpt from Catching Fire, Suzanne Collins


Catching Fire

Catching Fire
by Suzanne Collins

Rating: A-

This is an alternative review. For the original click here.

After winning The Hunger Games, Katniss quickly realizes that her life will never be normal. 324 more words

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Book & Movie Review: The Hunger Games Trilogy

The hunger games trilogy is a great trilogy – for me and for lots of people out there. Set after the rebellion, in district 12 (it’s still in America except the name is no longer America – it’s Panem), it’s a novel by Suzanne Collins about a game the government held every year to remind the people of the rebellion they’ve done in the past and the consequences they get now for doing that. 428 more words

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