Book information: New York: Dutton Books, 2012. 318p. 22cm
“So touching that it does really move me”, “A beautiful relationship. Be sure to prepare a box of tissue near by your side while reading”. Flooded with these highly praised comments, this popular bestseller has been ranked at the top wherever in bookstores or review websites. Intrigued by the waves of popularity and seemingly emotionally-connected story, I have been patiently waiting for my library reservation, and has finally been my turn lately after several months! With lofty anticipation before following the romance of two protagonists, I nonetheless end up being let down by the under-developed plot.
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Hunger Games, a deadly fight in Capitol recorded by live TV once a year, could be synonymous to fame and fortune for only one winner, but bloody death for losers by fierce killings among the contestants. Barbarous though the game seemed, one boy and one girl ranging from 12 to 18 years old in each of the twelve district were required to participate in it annually. Stepping forward to replace younger sister Primrose’s seat, Katniss voluntarily joined the Hunger Games on behalf of District 12, along with a selected male representative named Peeta whom she owned a favour to.
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