(Warning: May contain exaggeration) The Hunger Games is, by far, the best book I’ve ever read. Though I can’t say this is completely valid since whenever I read a new book afterwards, I would always say “it’s the best.” on the other hand, whenever I do call a book “the best” I still have…
(Warning: May contain exaggeration) The Hunger Games is, by far, the best book I’ve ever read. Though I can’t say this is completely valid since whenever I read a new book afterwards, I would always say "it’s the best." on the other hand, whenever I do call a book "the best" I still have something bad to say about it, like how it’s ending isn’t that good, or the beginning is boring, but for The Hunger Games, I can’t say anything bad about it. I would dare say, that personally, it’s perfect. (There I said it.)
So basically, this post will about it but since I have no intention of becoming a spoiler of any sort, I won’t mention specific details. I’ll just my express my mixed emotions about it.
Personally, this book is a must-read! Suzanne Collins did a perfect job (Thank you so much!) I didn’t get bored at any part, every page was either exciting, touching, taunting and inviting.
And the characters, are all wonderful. The protagonists are so lovable, the antagonists, hating them will be inevitable (which makes it perfect). Katniss and Peeta made fairy tales’ characters look unromantic.
(Photo by: Celestial-Delight)
And the Ending, I was very touched. Mixed emotions caught me off guard in the end. I was so surprise and I’ve really felt every bit of emotion in it. I’m gonna have to end it here before I start re-telling the story. Suzanne Collins, Thank you so much! But before parting from this post I would just like to say:
The Hunger Games was not the real challenge.