The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
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  • What I like best in this trilogy, aside from the spell-bounding storyline of survival, are the social and political issues tackled like the effects of war, rebellion against a totalitarian government, poverty, oppression, and starvation among other things

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      These three books — The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay -– are spectacular! The trilogy takes place after the destruction of North America by a global war. In the ruins, the nation of Panem emerged with 12 surrounding districts controlled by the Capitol.

      As punishment for a rebellion against the Capitol during the Dark Days, which resulted in the destruction District 13, each year the remaining districts will select one boy and one


      girl, aged 12 to 18 as tributes in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to death in live television.

      Suzanne Collins is a very impressive writer.

      Her plot is mind-blowing and will fascinate you from page one of the first book until the final page of the last book.

      What I like best in this trilogy, aside from the spell-bounding storyline of survival, are the social and political issues tackled like the effects of ...


      • war, rebellion against a totalitarian government, poverty, oppression, and starvation among other things.

        These conditions mirror our present conditions.

        Collins’ books are not only filled with suspense, in each page you will feel the characters’ hunger for freedom.

        When I was reading the book, I feel like Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark living in District 12, fighting in the arena with the other tributes, involve in a rebellion and at the same time in

        an intriguing love triangle.

        The biggest heartbreak for me, after all Katniss’s sacrifices, her younger sister Prim ends up dying! Well, I wouldn’t change that ending either.

        It’s what makes Collins’ plot unforgettable.

        Anyway, these books, I heard will be turn into a Hollywood motion picture, I hope the movie will capture the very nice story of this great author.




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