Let’s Go Back To The Hunger Games

Katniss is an incredible protagonist. She’s humble, she’s sincere, she’s strong, she’s compassionate, she’s smart. She’s everything I’d like my daughter to look up to and learn from. I know Katniss is fictional and the product of an author’s imagination, but she’s essentially a composite of so many things a woman can be. A guiding light who can inspire girls to take charge of themselves and grab hold of life to achieve anything they want.

Mockingjay (Hunger Games 3) | Suzanne Collins | YA | Book Review

The Hunger Games is a brilliant series. I'm glad that I finally jumped on the bandwagon and joined its fans. Even though I was a little disappointed with the outcome of this final book, Mockingjay, it is still an amazing series that I recommend it to all dystopian fans.

Catching Fire (Hunger Games 2) | Suzanne Collins | YA | Book Review

A great second instalment in the Hunger Games Trilogy. I loved this one as much as book 1. It held me captive from start to finish. Recommended for anyone with a love of characters who overcome hopeless situations and exciting plot twists.

The Hunger Games (HG1) | Suzanne Collins | YA | Book Review

THE HUNGER GAMES (HG 1)by Suzanne Collins Kindle Edition | 374 pagesPublished September 14th 2008 In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, a shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts. The Capitol is harsh and cruel and keeps the districts in line by forcing them all … Continue reading The Hunger Games (HG1) | Suzanne Collins | YA | Book Review