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FlameImperium
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Mehso-so

Found the first half of the book kind of boring, but once they got back to the Capitol was when the book got interesting. I really liked the unique design of the new arena and the world building. At first I didn‘t care for the new characters, they were all weird and annoying, but somehow the author got me to care about them, I even cared when some of them died.

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elliebaade
Pickpick

I enjoyed the first three quarters of this book so much. i liked being able to see Snows mindset and how that developed his character in the hunger games trilogy. the ending however i was not a fan of i think that it was too many unanswered questions.

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GinaKButler
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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Up next…one of those series everyone has read but me!

#bookspinbingo
#23in23

Bren912 I hope you love it as much as I did!!! 1mo
emz711 I did it on audio too 1mo
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elliebaade
Mockingjay | Suzanne Collins
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i liked this book. it was a little too political but was still very good. i wasn‘t a huge fan of gale. i felt so bad for peeta the whole time and wished katniss had been more understanding.

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elliebaade
Catching Fire | Suzanne Collins
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LOVE i loved this book. i loved the new characters. I liked the development between katniss and peta.

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MelKelsey
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Mehso-so

Book 168

The prequel to The Hunger Games trilogy is the backstory of Snow, a student mentor during the tenth Hunger Games. It's difficult to experience moments of empathy for him. Most of the story is set outside of the games, but, the part that is during the games is told from Snow's perspective, outside of the arena. The novel was lackluster, not compelling, and had flat characters. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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MolFitz2
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I really enjoyed reading this book. I loved the plot even though I do not like Snow in the original Hunger Games series. I liked how I was able to learn about the different songs, and I liked that his hatred for Katniss was explained. The story was very well told and very interesting.

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Ravenpuff
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Mehso-so

This is a prequel to The Hunger Games narrated by Coriolanus Snow. Coriolanus is a new mentor for District 12 female in the 10th annual hunger games. While he helps her in prepping for the games, they grow feelings for each other. What could go wrong?

This one was okay. It was interesting to know more about Snow, but it was slow and boring up until the end. If I hadn‘t listened to it as an audiobook, I would‘ve bailed.

#dystopianbooks

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LadyCait84
The Hunger Games Trilogy | Suzanne Collins
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Re-read these in preparation for marathoning the movies with my husband this weekend. (He just read them for the first time so I‘m finally permitting him to see the films; it was important to me that he had the books‘ context first so he could fully appreciate the amazingness of Peeta while watching.)

At any rate, they really held up for me. I loved books one & two as much as the first time I read them & actually liked Mockingjay more this time.

Books_Equals_Life Absolutely love the Hunger Games, Divergent, and Maze Runner! I really needed something similar and recently read The Water Walls by iLana Markarov, which I will be reviewing today. It's also really good if you are a big fan of fantasy dystopias. 2w
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