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The Hunger Games Trilogy Ebook

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I did a review on that for my work newsletter which made me think about it for a good long while. The first book, Hunger Games, is awesome. Beyond awesome. Engaging characters, tight in both senses of the word narrative, a plot that, while being far from original, seems shiny and new for all the different spins Suzanne Collins puts on it.

It draws out your emotions and engages them, keeps you on the edge of your seat. Highly, highly recommended. I sure wish the story had.

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At least Hunger Games stands on its own, and after reading the other two in the trilogy, I know that I can go back and just reread the first one and never have to touch the other two to have a complete fulfilling story. Catching Fire is actually pretty good. Not up to the same standards as the first book - it does feel like exactly what it is, the middle book in a trilogy - but not a bad read at all.