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2015 Reading Challenge: Update

New to the List:

  • The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (A trilogy)
  • Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (A trilogy)
  • Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (A trilogy)
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Top 5 Wednesday (really posted on Friday): Side Characters That Deserve Their Own Stories

This week’s Top 5 Wednesday post is Side Characters That Deserve Their Own Stories.  We all fall in love with characters that don’t get as much attention as the protagonist. 710 more words

Top 5 Wednesday

Films About Women 31

1 Hunger Games : Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is, in some ways, the film that spawned this series. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence and this was the first film starring a woman to be the highest grossing film of the year since The Sound of Music. 683 more words

Top 5 Wednesday: Characters I Wish I Could Drown

As I build my blog, I want to get into the habit of weekly postings. So, my first weekly posting will be Top 5 Wednesdays. 602 more words

JK Rowling

Review | Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

(I’ve got about four of these lined up—reviews, that is—so be ready!)

I am so glad I reread this finale.

Summary

District Twelve is gone. Peeta is a captive of the Capitol. 617 more words

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IMR | To Kill A Mockingjay?

In The Hunger Games Trilogy, the mockingjay becomes a huge symbol. It becomes the face of the rebellion. Symbols alone are so central to the trilogy, so I thought I’d analyze the biggest one in the novels. 290 more words

In Medias Res (IMR)

Review | Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

It’s always fun reviewing your favourite book in a series.

Summary

Katniss Everdeen should be happy. She survived the Hunger Games, her family now lives comfortably in District 12, and she is back in the company of her friend, Gale. 646 more words

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