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The Hunger Games, book one

Discussion in 'The Library' started by Farang_Ba, 17 Dec 2013.

  1. Farang_Ba

    Farang_Ba Thread Starter Active Member

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    I finished the first book in the hunger games series and overall I thought it was a good read.
     
  2. slamb

    slamb Active Member

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    I planned to have finished the first book before now but my Kindle knocked it back. I can read it on my laptop using the Kindle App but I think my Kindle has problems with Calibre converted mobi files; no spoilers please. :smile2:

    No biggy as I've over 30 Discworlds to get through. :cool:
     
  3. chuachinsoon

    chuachinsoon Well-Known Member

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    Yes, the Hunger Games series is a fairly good read. Fairly good character development/decision-making conflict.
     
  4. Farang_Ba

    Farang_Ba Thread Starter Active Member

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    I agree, I'm excited for book two! :happy1:
     
  5. Meanjin

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    I enjoyed the Hunger Games series. Generally I like popular and young adult fiction.

    The Millennium Series (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, etc.) was really good.

    The Australian adolescent series Tomorrow When the War Began had me entranced for all six novels. (Not great literature, but ripping good yarns.)

    Fifty Shades of Grey was pathetic. I only managed the first book. How to make bonking boring.
     

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