Monday, February 21, 2011

Review: Hunger Games Trilogy

Guest blogger & teen girl reviewer reviews the The Hunger Games Trilogy:

Katniss Everdeen, living in a future society called Panem, was born and raised in the poorest of districts, district 12 and she dreads the occurrence of the annual Hunger Games. This “game” requires each district to provide 2 tributes, one boy and one girl, whom the Capitol throw into a manipulated arena where only one rule exists, kill or be killed; the last one standing is declared victor. Fate and Chance fall upon Katniss, forcing her into the arena as well as a series of gruesome and agonizing events with co-tribute Peeta Mellark. Katniss inadvertently starts an uprising against the Capitol and is unwillingly turned into a symbol of rebellion and hope.

Suspense fills the pages of Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games, causing its reader to always sit on the edge of their seats. This trilogy has something for everyone: ongoing and agonizing romance, intensity, action, and cause for contemplation. Read Hunger Games and experience the anxiety of the Arena.

1 comment:

  1. I loved book one. Enjoyed book two, and HATED, HATED, HATED book three. Made me sad because I was so excited for it. BTW, if Suzanne is reading, I still think you're an amazing writer. :-)