The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
In a place once known as North America there is now a nation called Panem. It consists of twelve districts and it has one ruling district called The Capitol. Once a year every district submits the names of their children starting at age twelve and in their teens; to be drawn are one boy and one girl from each district. These 24 young people are taken to the Capitol and put into what they call arenas, a different one each year, and must fight to the death until there is only one left. This is all in the name of entertainment to the citizens of Panem and is televised daily for the weeks that the "games" continue. This year, a different scenario takes place and the Capitol may very well be left with egg on its face.
A thrilling escapade.
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Friday, September 20, 2013
The Hunger Games (Hunger Games #1) by Susanne Collins
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