The Hunger Games Box Set

The Hunger Games Box SetNordamerika Existiert Nicht Mehr Kriege Und Naturkatastrophen Haben Das Land Zerst Rt Aus Den Tr Mmern Ist Panem Entstanden, Gef Hrt Von Einer Unerbittlichen Regierung Allj Hrlich Finden Grausame Spiele Statt, Bei Denen Nur Ein Einziger Berleben Darf Hier Begegnet Die Sechzehnj Hrige Katniss Dem Gleichaltrigen Peeta In Einem Kampf Auf Leben Und Tod

Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.Since 1991, Suzanne Collins has been busy writing for children s television She has worked on the staffs of several Nickelodeon shows, including the Emmy nominated hit Clarissa Explains it All and The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo For preschool viewers, she penned multiple stories for the Emmy nominated Little B

[Ebook] The Hunger Games Box Set By Suzanne Collins –
  • Hardcover
  • 1277 pages
  • The Hunger Games Box Set
  • Suzanne Collins
  • German
  • 01 June 2017
  • 9783789132216

10 thoughts on “The Hunger Games Box Set

  1. says:

    The Hunger Games Trilogy these are my issues, let me show you them.Most of the good fiction fantasy scifi literature these days is coming out of the Young Adult and Juvenile areas, so every six months or so I round up the new stuff and go on a reading spree Around two years ago that included the Hunger Games trilogy thanks to an ARC copy of Mockingjay I did a review on that for my work newsletter which made me think about it for a good long while It wasn t my best review because we re encouraged not to say anything bad about the books, the object being to get people to read, not to drive them away The first book, Hunger Games, is awesome Beyond awesome I loved it and I greatly encourage anyone who hasn t read it to pick it up now and get to reading 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.The problem is, it s best if you stop there I sure wish the story had 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.That s not to say that the second book is terrible Catching Fire is actually pretty good Not up to the same stand...

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    You don t forget the face of the person who was your last hope No review will do The Hunger Games trilogy justice, no matter how well written, but I ll do my best This is the first series that I loved unconditionally Suzanne Collins is the first author who made me actually want to pursue reading For this and many other reasons named below, The Hunger Games is truly remarkable.I m obviously very late on writing a review for this series, as there have been four fantastic blockbuster movies for these books that have been out for so long Normally, I would say that the movies are usually incomparable the books they were based off of, but in this case, it s pretty close I recommend reading the books before you see the movies, but that s just my personal opinion But, seriously, read and watch all of The Hunger Games.Getting back to the life changing novels, they could not have been better The setting is great, well thought through, and everything is flawless The characters are phenomenal The storyline and plot are not slow or boring Characters Katniss Katniss, the girl who was on fire Katniss Everdeen is one of the most inspirational characters I ve ever read or heard about As an older teen and in Panem with barely enough money for her family to live off of, and with her father killed in an accident while at work, she is someone many readers look up to She loves her sister and mother endlessly She is very strong, whether it s for...

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    Gladiatorial The Hunger Games Trilogy is quite understandably one of the greatest successes in young adult fiction over the last decade The concept seems to have really appealed to our sense of injustice from a tyrannical ruler and gladiatorial games full of horror, suspense and survival The totalitarian political and social structure that exists creates the perfect dystopian environment to give someone hope of moving from a subjugated existence where people are governed frugally and ruthlessly, to one of abundance and freedom While watching and participating in the games also keeps the populace distracted from the harsh realities of life.Societies are split into 12 zones each responsible for delivering key societal needs such as coal, food, military etc From each zone a male and female will be selected to participate in the Hunger Games which continue until only one competitor remains alive, to be declared the winner The idea of the games are highly ingenious and appeal to our morbid fascination of duelling to the death The games allow us to root for an underdog as long as we can draw empathy towards that person or persons Off the bat, we connect to Katniss Everdeen as she jumps in to take the place of her younger sister and represent district 12 along with Peeta Suzanne Collins does a wonderful job of creating these 2 characters with very different characteristics and talents Katniss starts to become of a thinker and an icon, and Peeta ...

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    I finished reading the entire trilogy in three days so I guess it captured something in me Although it s touted as a book for young readers there is something here for everyone The story is told in the first person by Katniss who unwittingly becomes the Mockingjay a hybrid bird that becomes the symbol of revolution as the story enfolds She is an extraordinary literary concoction, a clueless adolescent who morphs into a mythical huntress without ever losing the voice of a troubled teenager, a sort of female Holden Caulfield impersonating Robin Hood Like all good dystopian fiction, the world created here is enough like our own to seem not only plausible, but inevitable, if we can t get our house in order Archetypes abound and at the center of it all is Katniss, an unforgettable heroic force who has to battle against overwhelming odds before she is able to attend to her own happines...

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    To start things off right, a quote from Hunger Games The girl s scream Had it been her last Context Katniss has been confronted with a girl who had her tongue cut off as punishment and remembers seeing her years earlier just as she was caught According to memory, as the girl was dragged away, she screamed Now years later and in the present, Katniss wonders The girl s scream Had it been her last Because people without tongues apparently can t scream.We ll get back to this and what it tells us about Suzanne Collins.To start things another way, I ll admit this I had no interest in Hunger Games until, upon hearing someone actually describe it, I thought Holy smokemonsters That sounds like an American rip off of Battle Royale From that moment on, there was little that could stop me from diving straight into Suzanne Collins derivative little world.See, Battle Royale was this Japanese movie adapted from a book I haven t read yet Christmas, anyone in which the government, for inexplicable reasons, takes a class of thirty highscoolers every year and dumps them in this jungle y arena and demands they fight to the death with a single victor remaining in three days lest the explosive collars they all wear be detonating, rendering no survivors I mean, what s not to love, righ...

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    Amongst the few book I read after seeing the movie part 1 and I must say I liked having those extravagant pictures in my mind while enjoying the whole story.It was a very compelling ride I loved book 1 2 than book 3, but not by much It was the first series I d read in ages and got me really hooked to books again so for that alone I am very grateful.The story was always gripping, didn t have slow parts and I was involved from start to beginning I empathized with the characters easily I m realizing on...

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    Book releases Hunger Games 2008, Catching Fire 2009, Mockingjay 2010 Movie releases Hunger Games 2012, Catching Fire 2013, Mockingjay, part 1 in 2014 and Mockingjay part 2 in 2015 I wanted to sit down and figure out the math of it and I figure 7 years Between books and movies, I have about 7 years of my life invested into The Hunger Games I picked up the first book the year it was released in 2008 I had been on a kick where, after diving into the Twilight series don t judge me, ok you can judge a little I was not quite sure how to transverse myself in this new world of YA I had recently discovered So, I was following Stephanie Meyer tree of trust here on her blog and she would give recommendations of books she was currently reading She basically gave Hunger Games a drop everything and read this, read this now shoutout So, being the lemming I was, I did And my life was never the same.These books really rekindled my love for reading and the anticipation of waiting a year between releases, I ...

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    I had settled down to write a glowing, gushing review that would make the idiots people who haven t read this, drop everything and get their hands on this one and bask in the glow that is Katniss Everdeen. Yep, you read that right As good as the plot, the writing and everything else is, the protagonist Katniss, outshines them all effortlessly She is brave, courageous and strong, oh so strong So, anyway, about the review Nothing I can say write can t even begin to summarize just how awesome, beau...

  9. says:

    A dystopian Lord of the Flies loved it Thank you, Suzanne Collins, for a well written YA novel.

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    Spoilers ahead.Listen to the review of The Hunger Games series The new podcast from Digital Amrit is available on Anchoror read the text at Digital AmritIntroductionIt has been a long time since I read fiction and I read quite slowly and take only a little time each day for reading So, my husband suggested this series to me And now here is my take on all three books I will go through each book, present its storyline and what I felt about each book and conclude with my opinion on the entire series If you have not read the books or watched the movies, beware of spoilers Let s start with the first book The Hunger Games.Book 1 The Hunger GamesKatniss Everdeen, the protagonist, is from the poorer section of District 12 Her sister Primrose, who is 12 years old, is chosen as the girl tribute to represent their District in the hunger games, where the tributes fight each other to death Out of sheer love and fear for Prim s life, Katniss volunteers as the girl tribute in place of her Prim Hunger Games are organised and conducted by a group of people referred to as the Gamemakers These gamemakers are at liberty to make the Games dea...

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