The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
(, Book 1)

85%

71 Critic Reviews

I can certainly understand how the YA crowd fell head over heels for this novel.
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Synopsis

The book no one can stop talking about . . .

In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, a shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts. The Capitol is harsh and cruel and keeps the districts in line by forcing them all to send one boy and one girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen to participate in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV. Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen, who lives alone with her mother and younger sister, regards it as a death sentence when she is forced to represent her district in the Games. But Katniss has been close to dead and survival, for her, is second nature. Without really meaning to, she becomes a contender. But if she is to win, she will have to start making choices that weigh survival against humanity and life against love.

New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Collins delivers equal parts suspense and philosophy, adventure and romance, in this searing novel set in a future with unsettling parallels to our present.
 

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Suzanne Collins' debut novel, Gregor the Overlander, the first book in The Underland Chronicles, received wide praise both in the United States and abroad. The series has been a New York Times bestseller and received numerous accolades. Also a writer for children's television, Suzanne lives with her family in Connecticut.
 
Published September 1, 2009 by Scholastic Press. 387 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Romance. Fiction
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Critic reviews for The Hunger Games
All: 71 | Positive: 69 | Negative: 2

Kirkus

Excellent
on Nov 23 2012

Impressive world-building, breathtaking action and clear philosophical concerns make this volume, the beginning of a planned trilogy, as good as The Giver and more exciting.

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Publishers Weekly

Excellent
Reviewed by Megan Whalen Turner on Nov 08 2014

Has she sacrificed too much? We know what she has given up to survive, but not whether the price was too high. Readers will wait eagerly to learn more.

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NY Times

Good
on Nov 07 2008

An exhilarating narrative and a future we can fear and believe in.

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Guardian

Above average
Reviewed by Bookworm Reader on Dec 06 2015

This book has incredible cliff-hangers and it is spectacularly described and envisioned. However, I do think it was focused too much on the topic of thoughts, which I didn’t find particularly interesting because I prefer action and drama.

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by BookieCookie on Oct 17 2015

Another thing I liked was that some of the aspects of the book are quite similar to Greek and Roman times and myths such as young people being sacrificed to the Minotaur and Gladiators fighting in an arena. To conclude this was an amazing book and I highly recommend it to children and adults alike.

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by anna1310 on Jun 07 2015

I love this book because of the original and imaginative idea of it. It had me on the edge of my seat! I loved this book so much I am continuing to read on through the series.

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by Firefly on Mar 23 2015

...it is addictive and overall immensely spectacular (especially for a dystopian future/science fiction book). It's a book that normally I wouldn't immediately grab off a shelf but it is deeply moving.

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by nellie999 on Nov 27 2014

I really enjoyed this book; I loved how Katniss and Peeta developed a relationship together...The description and feelings used in the book really made you relate with the characters and how they live. I am definitely looking forward to reading the other books in the series!

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by acornsized on Aug 09 2014

The Hunger Games is one of the most interesting books and series I've read with a very realistic plot that's easy to imagine actually happening at some point in the future.

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Guardian

Below average
Reviewed by Valentine on May 05 2014

Honestly, I don't know what the editor was thinking, or how it became a bestseller. My advise to anyone is to avoid this book like the plague and don't let crazed, quality illiterate Hunger Games fans tell you otherwise

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by poppy68 on Apr 24 2014

I found this book amazing in every sense, and cried so many times. The power of Katniss's character makes her come alive, and the detail and enthralling language kept me in this futuristic world of war, friendship and trust.

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by Bookworm1408 on Nov 24 2013

One of the most amazing books ever! It's one of my favourite books because it's so exciting and it makes your heart race and your blood pump.

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Guardian

Excellent
Reviewed by ABitCrazy on Nov 22 2013

I highly suggest reading it, and hope Suzanne Collins goes on to write more teen fiction as The Hunger Games was so good! I would read anything by her without batting an eyelid! One of the best authors out there at the moment in my opinion!

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Guardian

Excellent
Reviewed by Michelle, Millennium RIOT Readers on Oct 27 2013

The Hunger Games has everything - romance, action, suspense and mystery. It's definitely on my "Best Book of All Time" list.

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by Wolfie on Feb 16 2013

The Hunger Games is a dystopian novel about 16 year old Katniss Everdeen. Katniss lives in Panem in a world where every year twelve boys and twelve girls are picked to fight to the death...This book is so amazing, it is the best book I have ever read.

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Guardian

Excellent
Reviewed by NewYorkGirl on Jan 13 2012

It's easy to fall into the world of the Hunger Games and the struggle is getting out after all the excitement contained in this book. It's not just the enthralling plot that makes this one of my favourite books but also Katniss' realness... I thoroughly recommend this book, as it's too good to miss...

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Guardian

Above average
Reviewed by Izzymcq on Oct 08 2011

The Hunger Games is a thriller of a book, for ages 10 and up but out of bounds for the faint hearted. Written by stellar author Suzanne Collins, experience every emotion of two weeks of blood thirst, betrayal and death.

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Guardian

Excellent
Reviewed by Tjala on Aug 14 2011

This is the story of Katniss, a girl who is battling for her life in the place of her sister on a horrific reality television show...This is the first book in the Hunger Games series, and is definitely the best. It is intoxicating and breathtaking, puzzling and when you've finished makes you want more.

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Guardian

Excellent
on Oct 02 2012

There is a balance of action and love in this book, a very well-managed balance.

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Guardian

Excellent
on Sep 28 2012

I think the book is much better than the film as the book explains things that I did not understand in the film.

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Guardian

Good
on Jul 26 2012

The Hunger Games' grim, futuristic setting, gritty realism and thrilling plot are a refreshing change from the slightly overplayed genre of fantasy.

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Guardian

Excellent
on Jun 26 2012

I found this book amazing - I've never been so engaged in a story.

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Guardian

Excellent
on Apr 28 2012

The Hunger Games is full of constant suspense. There is no word to describe how good it is.

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Guardian

Good
on Apr 19 2012

It's a great book and Suzanne Collins makes it hard to put down but I can't help think there could be more to the book.

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Guardian

Excellent
on Apr 05 2012

I recommend this to anyone- young or old, boy or girl. It is a truly fantastic book.

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Guardian

Excellent
on Feb 25 2012

The characters are well crafted; both flawed and charming, and I anticipate it to be the next teen craze.

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Guardian

Excellent
Reviewed by Tjala on Aug 14 2011

This is the first book in the Hunger Games series, and is definitely the best. It is intoxicating and breathtaking, puzzling and when you've finished makes you want more.

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Blog Critics

Excellent
on Mar 24 2012

I can certainly understand how the YA crowd fell head over heels for this novel.

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Blog Critics

Good
on Oct 29 2011

The trilogy makes you think about our society as a whole and the plot is riveting.

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Blog Critics

Excellent
on Jun 08 2011

This book definitely leaves you begging for more and excited for the next two books that make up this trilogy.

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Blog Critics

Excellent
Reviewed by Brittney Brown on Sep 16 2010

Its combination of nerve-racking tension, thrilling action, and engaging love story kept me up until the wee hours. I was surprised at how completely engrossing the plot was...Overall, The Hunger Games was an excellent, enthralling read that I highly recommend.

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Blog Critics

Above average
Reviewed by Chris Bancells on Jan 02 2010

What makes the book work, what propels it beyond The Running Man, is not the deftly written action scenes, but the characters. Katniss's often confused emotions are carefully modulated so that she remains a sympathetic character throughout the story; Collins never lets her narrator drift too far into a messy excess.

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Dear Author

Excellent
Reviewed by Jia on Sep 08 2008

This is a gripping story. With twists, turns, and lots of action, it kept me on the edge of my seat...This is not a book for everyone. It does not flinch. There are parts which are unsettling and uncomfortable. I realize the comparisons to Battle Royale are unavoidable but I think this is a book all on its own.

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Examiner

Good
Reviewed by Yumin Ye on Mar 10 2013

Love triumphs over everything, even in the midst of the battle for survival. Peeta and Katniss learn this early on in The Hunger Games, though for Peeta it’s true love...What Collins does really well is giving us a very adult story by revealing Katniss’ thoughts, yet staying within the young adult genre.

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Examiner

Above average
Reviewed by Jennifer McIntosh on Aug 09 2010

“The Hunger Games” brings together the horrific entertainment of our past—the Gladiator games—with the voyeuristic sadism of our present—reality shows—and gives us a future with human nature at its worst.

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Entertainment Weekly

Excellent
on Sep 08 2008

It seems to me that the essential question is whether or not readers will care enough to stick around and find out what comes next for Katniss. I know I will.

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Christian Science Monitor

Above average
Reviewed by Yvonne Zipp on Aug 29 2010

But Collins pours so much detail into her world-building and her characters that the book grabs you even before the games begin...There are a bunch of big ideas driving the book, from the injustice of a few people living in comfort while the rest of the world goes hungry to the priority placed on entertainment...

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Pajiba

Above average
Reviewed by me_tiana on Jul 27 2012

The Hunger Games is as much about the battle to survive in the arena as it is about a journey to self knowledge. Maybe above all it is about what it means to be free and to be yourself in a world where being yourself is punishable by death.

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Review (Barnes & Noble)

Good
Reviewed by Lisa Von Drasek on Sep 22 2008

Collins is a skillful storyteller who makes this nightmare vision a convincing one...this ambitious novel, threaded with romantic tension, cliffhanging uncertainty, and an engrossing vision of a possible tomorrow is likely to keep readers riveted.

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Teen Reads

Above average
Reviewed by Brian Farrey on Sep 14 2008

The heart of the book is the characters. Katniss is brave and caring, Peeta is smart and smitten. Anyone can scare readers by presenting a future devoid of hope, but it takes a skilled writer to create characters we dare to hope for. Collins has accomplished just that.

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About.com

Good
Reviewed by Mark Flanagan on May 21 2015

With its youthful characters, straightforward plot and simple prose style, The Hunger Games is entertaining from the start...is an engrossing page-turner, and with substantial thematic content surrounding politics, society, and morality, a story that I could recommend for teens and adults.

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Common Sense Media

Excellent
on Sep 14 2008

Collins shows that she is a major new voice in children's and young adult literature.

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Seattle PI

Good
on Apr 26 2011

If it was more clearly marked for older teens, it would have been better, but it was a fantastic book with a wonderfully creative plot.

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Kings River Life

Above average
Reviewed by Joyce Brandon on Mar 10 2012

The plot is creative and the story hooked me right from the beginning...The Hunger Games is a story of the human spirit. The will to live, love, and pursue freedom of choice and that is something we can all relate to. This book will appeal to readers of all ages.

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The New Yorker

Above average
on Jun 14 2010

This is what will happen if we don’t turn back now, they scold, and scolding makes sense when your readers have a shot at getting their hands on the wheel.

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CLP Teensburgh

Good
Reviewed by Camryn on Sep 19 2013

I think Katniss is interesting because she is inspiring people that protecting family is important. I enjoyed the whole book. The Hunger Games is a wonderful book. I would recommend it to my sister, because she loves action books. If I had to describe The Hunger Games in two words they would be “suspenseful” and “action-packed”.

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Teen Ink

Good
on May 14 2015

I would rate this book as a 4.5. It was a very wonderful book that showed a girl who cared for her sister. She soon has to learn that she has to fight for her life...This book makes sense in every way. The plot made perfect sense. Best book ever. It was amazing!

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Teen Ink

Above average
on May 14 2015

Although the book was very good at parts I would have to give it a 3 out of 5 because there were times that I would get bored and felt like the same thing was happening or nothing was really progressing to me.

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Teen Ink

Above average
Reviewed by Dat.Ginger.Bread.Ma on May 14 2015

Suzanne Collins writing is quirky and inspiring...I think Suzanne Collins did a wonderful job on this book...So this was the Hunger Games. A story that I had a very fun time reading

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Teen Ink

Excellent
Reviewed by Tommyh133, on May 14 2015

The Hunger Games was one of the most intense and thrilling books, I have ever read. As Katniss made allies and foes in the arena, I found myself unable to put the book down. The creativity of this futuristic, disastrous world impressed me...The Hunger Games was an excellent read that I highly recommend.

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Teen Ink

Good
Reviewed by evansj on May 14 2015

The author really pulls you in with all of her descriptions. You feel like you are really living this...You feel what Katniss feels, and you see what she sees. Suzanne Collins gives you everything you need, you can hear, see, feel, smell, and taste. She really paints a picture for her readers and it’s amazing.

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Teen Ink

Good
Reviewed by mfp31 on May 14 2015

The hunger for more is exactly what the appropriately titled novel The Hunger Games gives its readers. Suzanne Collins keeps the reader guessing with unpredictable twists and turns as the story progresses...The Hunger Games is a nice, easy, and casual read for everyone to enjoy because of the suspense, style of writing, and characters.

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Teen Ink

Good
Reviewed by CharlesDickens on May 14 2015

I, like so many other teens and adults worldwide, have a very high opinion of the idea of the book, and the clear, straightforward writing style of Collins...My overall opinion on the book is that it was a well orchestrated, well written book that kept me enthralled throughout the book, and left an interested that lingered...

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Teen Ink

Excellent
Reviewed by ThomasB, on May 14 2015

In conclusion, The Hunger Games is a very good book intended for an audience of boys and girls ages 12 and up. It has a very blended mix of action and romance...From highly toxic, hallucinating bee poison, to shooting fireballs, she fights through it all. Will she survive? Read and find out!

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Teen Ink

Excellent
Reviewed by Madison D on May 15 2015

I think that the Hunger Games is a very good book. It is detailed, romantic, action filled, and suspenseful...I suggest reading each book before the movie for it comes out so that you know what is going on in the story. I think that I would give the Hunger Games five stars.

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Teen Ink

Good
Reviewed by autumnforce5 on May 15 2015

There journey throughout the games is rough and Katniss has to make some tough decisions. This is my favorite book and I would encourage anybody to read this book. If you like thrillers that keep you on the edge of you seat I would defiantly read this book.

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Teen Ink

Above average
Reviewed by ReviewerRachel on May 15 2015

My chosen words for this book are ‘hauntingly real’ and ‘horrifyingly familiar.’ To be honest, it would not take much to turn our world (and government) into Panem...the book was very addictive, there is no doubt I will continue reading this series.

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Teen Ink

Good
Reviewed by soccerlover7 on May 14 2015

This book was so good because it kept you on your toes the whole time...the unexpected seemed to happen a lot and things popped up all the time out of no where. The book also kept a good pace and there weren't to many dull moments; there was just enough detail that you could picture what was going on in your head while the story kept moving.

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Teen Ink

Above average
Reviewed by LunaLover14 on May 14 2015

Anyway, I did like The Hunger Games, even though it had (a lot of) problems. I would recommend it to anyone who likes excitement and doesn't mind (many) plot holes. Also, if you have a weak stomach, don't read this...But other than that, it's a good book.

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Teen Ink

Good
Reviewed by writingchick on May 14 2015

The Hunger Games is a compelling, intriguing, additive book that hurls readers into the fast-pasted plot and leads them to flip the pages obsessively in order to unravel the unpredictable outcomes...The writing comes alive at your fingertips as Collins brings cold, vivid clarity to the experiences of physical violence and suffering Katniss endures.

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Book Review Circle

Good
Reviewed by Book Review Circle on May 23 2015

The book was very well-written, very well expressed, crushingly suspenseful, with short, sharp sentences when describing things, but with very clear and interesting statements when it comes from Katniss' thoughts.

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Story Snoops

Above average
Reviewed by Jen on May 17 2015

The first installment in the Hunger Games trilogy is an exciting page-tuner, ideal for the reluctant reader. Not surprisingly, the premise of the story leads to violence. Somewhat gory...Depending on your child's sensitivity level, this book may be most appropriate for teens.

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The Founding Fields

Good
Reviewed by Shadowhawk on Oct 07 2013

Katniss is a character who holds appeal for both camps of readers: those who want action, and those who want more than just action...In the meantime, if you’ve been dithering on whether or not to read the novel, I would definitely suggest reading it. It is s different novel than most out there, and part of its charm is that relative uniqueness.

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The Founding Fields

Good
Reviewed by Bane Of Kings on Dec 28 2011

The Hunger Games is a violent, suspense-packed novel that although it doesn’t get 5/5, certainly is a lot of fun to read...This is an absolute joy to read, and if you’re a fan of dystopian-future novels, young adult or not, then rest assured, you should enjoy this.

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The Introverted Reader

Good
Reviewed by Introverted Jen on Oct 05 2012

I was surprised by how much I liked this....The dystopia thing is there, but I was so busy rooting for Katniss to survive that I didn’t really even notice it too much. I was also worried that it would be horribly violent, but it wasn’t too bad.

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The Oddness of Moving Things Blog

Good
Reviewed by Geoff W on Nov 25 2013

From the shock and horror of Prim’s name being drawn to the holding my breath at the final moments of the Hunger Games, Collins held my attention the entire time...How can I not recommend this book? It’s a quick read and is action packed...

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Excellent
Reviewed by Jill Marshall on May 23 2015

Katniss narrates her story in spare but honest words. The relentless leader, the unbreakable instinct to survive, the confusing heart breaking love triangle, the appalling brutality. The ultimately painful ending that never really gives closure. A compelling read that will give you plenty to think about. Highly recommended.

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Kidsmomo

Excellent
Reviewed by Devon on Nov 30 2013

The Hunger Games is when the capital throws 2 kids ages 12-18 into an arena and they fight until death and 1 person is crowned victor. Katniss Everdeen lives in district 12 with her mom and sister Prim...Prim, Katniss’s sister gets called to go into the hunger games but Katniss can’t let that happen.

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The Wertzone

Above average
Reviewed by Adam Whitehead on May 04 2011

This is a brisk read where Collins develops the plot and delivers action beats with skill, but not at the expense of characterisation...is a fast-paced, enjoyable read with some interesting (if hardly revelatory) things to say about celebrity and PR...but suffers a little from the well-mined premise and patchy characterisation.

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Daulton Books

Excellent
Reviewed by John on Sep 19 2012

This book is so brilliantly paced and so approachable, the story leaps right in and just takes off, and the writing is delightful...It’s wonderful. Brilliant story telling. Absolutely riveting entertainment. I cannot recommend this book enough, even for crusty old people who only like “grown-up books.”

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Short & Sweet Reviews

Good
Reviewed by Van Pham on Mar 24 2012

I am so glad that I read this book, it was way better than I anticipated. The characters and the world-building were exceptionally believable. Katniss, and all the other characters in the novel were well developed, and as a reader I felt connected to the characters.

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