Have you heard about The Hunger Games Trilogy and wondered what makes these books so popular? Find out what other kids think of these books for teens here.
"Wow, I don't even know where to start! Suzanne Collins, you have really outdone yourself! I am blown away by this outstanding book that has changed into an excellent trilogy. The Hunger Games is suspenseful, action-packed and, I have to say, violent. The whole idea of an arena full of ..."
"The second book in the Hunger Games trilogy finds Katniss and Peeta alive. They have survived against all the diabolical odds the Capitol could throw at them. They outsmarted and tricked the Capitol into making an exception this year so the last two in the big winners' houses in District 12. But President Snow isn't going to let them get away with their victory. Every 25 years the Capitol holds a Quarter Quell. It's another Hunger Games but only for 2 of the past victors from each District. It just so happens that this year is a Quarter Quell. Katniss and Peeta are back in the arena..."
"I liked this book, but I think that out of the 3 books, this one is the most disturbing. I did not like the mutts, especially the ones at the end. And the whole invasion of the Capitol just seems so hopeless. Also, I thought the ending of this book was rotten. Maybe I'm just a sucker for happy endings but the end of the book made me kind of angry and there was definitely no happy ending here..."