The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games 1) 🔥
Title: The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games)
Author: Suzanne Collins
Editorial: Windmill/Penguin Books
Genders: adventure and science fiction
Year of publication: 2015
The Hunger Games series
one. The Hunger Games (2008)
2. Catching Fire (2009)
3. Mockingjay (2010)
In a dark version of the near future, twelve boys and twelve girls are forced to participate in a reality show called the The Hunger Games. There is only one rule: kill or be killed. When Katniss Everdeen, a sixteen-year-old girl, volunteers to take her sister’s place in the Games, she understands it as a death sentence. Nevertheless, Katniss he has already seen death up close; and survival is part of their nature.
That is why here, I come to tell you about my experience, as a reader, as loyal fan of books and as a lover of the film franchise released in 2012 by lionsgate.
I read the book in 2012, after seeing the movie starring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson Y Liam Hemsworth. At that time I had no idea where I was getting into, let alone the adventures and the world I was getting into.
Like Katniss Everdeenwho is survived only by her little sister primrose and his depressive mother (who does not seem to have a name), I was discovering a cruel, unfair and crude world, full of people in a state of precariousness, in contrast to the colorful and opulent Capitolto where she and the male tribute of the district 12 are addressed to be elected in the Harvest annual.
the girl on fire
During the HarvestIt is not Katniss who is chosen as a female tribute: it is her little sister first. Without thinking, Katniss decides to save her from certain death and introduce himself as voluntarysomething that not only moved the entire nation: the act of Katniss accidentally ignites a spark of something sinister, something unthinkable to a country repressed and at war. The idea of the revolution.
Katniss is taken to Capitol beside Peetawhere they are received by their mentor, Haymitha drunk who, like them, from the district 12 and he is the only known winner from his district which, by the way, is the poorest of all Panem.
Without saying a word, Haymitch cuts off any illusions on them, assuring them that they don’t have a chance to survive in a hostile arena full of 24 young people willing to kill each other to be worthy of the title of winners in The Hunger Games, fame and a lot of money that ensures a life of luxury and comfort.
But Haymitch ignore something: Katniss knows scarcity and death. Is a excellent hunter and he never fails with the bow and arrow, something that plays in his favor and although doubtful, soon it will be useful for your survival.
After a television presentation, Katniss Y Peeta they decide that the best strategy to try to survive is to play lovers, total, what can go wrong? It’s either that or certain death. Another key character Katniss is cinnaher stylist, who is in charge of dressing her with the fashion of the Capitol. cinna is who sees Katniss as she really is: a very intelligent survivor.
For your interview with Caesar Flickermanthe television presenter, cinna he prepares an iconic red suit that when turned gives the illusion of igniting on fire. In that way, Katniss earns the nickname the girl on fire.
Katniss gain popularity among the people Capitol with previous feats during training. With this small advantage, Katniss start your adventure to survive in the arena of the 74 hunger gameswhere life will be played and start a revolution shake the foundations of a nation lying on brittle ground.
Let the 74 Hunger Games begin!
Addictive, challenging and innovative: are words that I could calmly use to describe this novel narrated in the first person by Katniss and written by Suzanne Collins.
Leaving this aside, The Hunger Games crosses the skies of youth literature and science fiction for own merit. There is no other dystopian future like the one Panem of Katnissno character that comes close narratively.
About the author
a year in the junglehis picture book about his father’s time stationed in Vietnam, was published in 2013 to critical acclaim. To date, her books have been translated into fifty-three languages.