Why You Should Read The Hunger Games Once Again

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2008 marked the year Katniss Everdeen changed the world.

But for those who didn’t get the chance to read the novels before actress Jennifer Lawrence graced the big screen as “the girl on fire,” The Hunger Games is a dystopian young adult fiction by Suzanne Collins that follows the story of a 16-year-old girl who would do anything just to save her family from the oppressive government in the city of Panem.

And for those who did get the chance to read the novels before actress Jennifer Lawrence graced the entire world as “the girl on fire,” now is the time to read this dystopian young adult fiction by Suzanne Collins once again and let yourself be in the shoes of the 16-year-old girl who would do anything just to save her family from the oppressive government in the city of Panem.

You see, there’s more to Katniss than it seems to be.

Aside from the fact that she caught the hearts of everyone when she volunteered to be in place of her sister before the 74th Hunger Games, there’s the fact that she has a rather unspoken moment with a boy she was meant to fight to death with despite them both being District 12’s representatives – “the boy with the bread” who saved her life back then. And of course, who could ever forget her bow and arrow skills when it comes to hunting food?

You also see, there’s even more to Katniss than it seems to be.

Aside from the fact that she caught the minds of everyone when she pretended to be in love with Peeta Mellark during the 74th Hunger Games, there’s the fact that she has a rather unspoken pretension with the boy she was meant to fight to death with despite them both being District 12’s representatives – to save both their lives and become the first dual victors. And of course, who could ever forget her bow and arrow skills when it comes to diverting enemies?

But if didn’t get the chance to read the novels before actress Jennifer Lawrence graced the big screen as “the girl on fire,” it’s high time for you to read it and transport yourself in the city of Panem and see for yourself the greatness of each and every character who graced the hearts of those who are doing all their best to survive in real life.

And if you did get the chance to read the novels before actress Jennifer Lawrence graced the entire world as “the girl on fire,” it’s high time for you to read it once again and transport yourself back in the city of Panem and experience for yourself the greatness of each and every character who graced the minds of those who are doing all their best to survive in real life.

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Posted September 21, 2017 by tohell in category "Reading

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