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The Hunger Games takes place in an unidentified future time period after the destruction of North America, in a nation known as Panem. Panem consists of a rich Capitol and twelve surrounding, poorer districts. As punishment for a previous rebellion against the Capitol, every year one boy and one girl between the ages of 12 and 18 from each district are forced to participate in The Hunger Games, a televised event where the participants, or 'tributes', must fight to the death in a large outdoor arena until only one remains. The story follows fatherless 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen, a girl from District 12 who volunteers for the Games in place of her younger sister, Prim.

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The Hunger Games Trilogy
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LOVED IT!
July 2nd, 2015
An attention grabbing, mind blowing, edge of the seat novel. Hunger games is a revolutionary book. I loved it so much I read 3 TIMES!! There has been nothing like this book, and there won't ever be. HUNGER GAMES!!!!! 'May the odds ever be in your favour'
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Hunger games
June 29th, 2015
I loved this seires even after having finished all the books i still could not stop thinking abou the story defenetily a book to read for kids over 12
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Hunger games
April 16th, 2015
Read books on my grandsons advice found them very good well written. However was so e what dissapointed with it goingover old story lines .
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Wow!!!!!
December 17th, 2014
The Hunger games Trilogy is amazing. Suzanne Collins rote this these bookes so well and there is not a bit you will not like.
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Spectacular
September 22nd, 2014
The Hunger Games is one of the most gripping novels I have ever read. Throughout the trilogy you feel that you are seeing Katniss grow and change from the once blunt young girl to a woman full of determination and courage. I highly recommend this book to people 11+ as although this book is wonderful some scenes could be hard to understand or frightening for young readers. This book is perfect for whether you want something good to read, or want to travel to the possible political future of our world.
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The Hunger Game Trilogy
February 3rd, 2014
Very good trilogy
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Hunger games
December 10th, 2013
It so cool even thow I don't like reading was actually cewl
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The hunger games trilogy
December 2nd, 2013
I loved every second, the suspense, the drama it was awesome.
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Epic!
October 1st, 2013
Wow! What an amazing trilogy. Every single book had me hanging off the edge of my seat with enthusiasm. I must admit I did not read all three novels back-to-back because for better terms of keeping the novels fresh and new and inviting to come back to. At the end of reading The Hunger Games and Catching Fire I had my own mini reviews about these books. They were in thrilling from the very first chapter right through to the 27th. These two novels formed the basis for me so desperately waiting and wanting to read Mockingjay. Now Mockingjay as it's own book, did take a few chapters to get going. But boy was it worth it. In each chapter there is at least one if not more things that keep suspense and keep you on edge. With all these twists and turns in a all three novels I have no trouble recommending any of these books to anyone. I am sad that the trilogy is over. But I now have the final three films to enjoy, so I can enjoy the trilogy (well group of four films) all over again!!!
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Epic!
October 1st, 2013
Wow! What an amazing trilogy. Every single book had me hanging off the edge of my seat with enthusiasm. I must admit I did not read all three novels back-to-back because for better terms of keeping the novels fresh and new and inviting to come back to. At the end of reading The Hunger Games and Catching Fire I had my own mini reviews about these books. They were in thrilling from the very first chapter right through to the 27th. These two novels formed the basis for me so desperately waiting and wanting to read Mockingjay. Now Mockingjay as it's own book, did take a few chapters to get going. But boy was it worth it. In each chapter there is at least one if not more things that keep suspense and keep you on edge. With all these twists and turns in a all three novels I have no trouble recommending any of these books to anyone. I am sad that the trilogy is over. But I now have the final three films to enjoy, so I can enjoy the trilogy (well group of four films) all over again!!!
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The Hunger Games Trilogy
August 25th, 2013
What an awesome read. Found it very hard to put it down, and managed to finish all 3 books in four days. Sad, exciting, riveting and totally well-worth buying!
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Hubger Games
June 23rd, 2013
I loved this trilogy the only trilogy where I put one book down and went straight onto the next. A must read!
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Wow!!!
March 25th, 2013
The whole series is Awesome.
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The Hunger Games Trilogy
January 10th, 2013
Wow! I didn't think I would enjoy it, but I couldn't put it down.
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