Hunger Games

The Book. Not the Film... yet

Book: Adventure. Romance. Post-Apocalyptic.

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The Love Triangle that will spark the Revolution.

A teenager who breaks the rules for her family, but these rule breaking set her to a bigger stake when her little defiance became a threat to their government. From a plain tribute in the first book, Katniss will venture to become the “Rosas ng Digma.”

Kudos to Suzanne  Collins for the well delivered voice of the book. The story telling is as gripping as the story. Better stop reading in between chapters or you can not help but finish the book. Male teens would have enjoyed the major part, but the ending was reserved for the chicklit lovers.

The “three-heart-conflict” involving Gale, Katniss and Peeta was intense. The very few moments with Gale was enough to have readers root for him. But Peeta’s pure and unrequited feelings for Katniss was literally to die for. Love on the other hand was blotches of imagination for Katniss. How can she start loving in a world where it is easier to die than to live?

Intense.

As a wannabe revolutionary me, i had a few tears on the plight of their ideologies.

I can not wait for the movie.

Hunger Games Character Fan Art (not mine)
Ten of the 24 tributes in the film adaptation
The Hunger Games Cast in Vanity Fair Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, Liam Hemsworth as Gale and Josh Hutcherson as Peeta

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