Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Book of The Week Presented By Ms Book Queen

If you haven’t read The Hunger Games by now but you’ve seen the movie, then you really need to go out and get yourself a copy of the book right away. In most cases the book is always better than the movie, which is probably why it was optioned for a movie in the first place. We’ve seen celebs from Miley Cyrus to Lebron James with a copy of the book in their hand showing that The Hunger Games just might be an excellent read.

But what exactly is The Hunger Games about? For those who have neither seen the movie nor read the book The Hunger Games is a dystopian fiction novel. Basically that means it’s a novel set place sometime far in the future with drastic changes to the world. Each district has to send one boy and one girl between the ages of 12-18 to The Hunger Games to fight to the death on live TV. Katniss Everdeen is the main character and the heroine of the story. Katniss ends up taking her younger sister’s place in the Games and we get to witness firsthand her battle for survival, friendship, and love in The Hunger Games.
This all makes for a book that you will not want to put down once you’ve started to read it. There is plenty of action and adventure to enjoy in this novel. And just so you know, when you finish this book, there are two more to enjoy in this trilogy. J

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