I reread The Hunger Games again a couple of months ago, and the last sentence in this particular passage caught my attention: “My father got to know my mother because on his hunts he would sometimes collect medicinal herbs and sell them to her shop to be brewed into remedies. She must have really loved him to leave her home for the Seam. I try to remember that when all I can see is the woman who sat by, blank and […]
Well, I finally finished the last book of The Hunger Games trilogy (for the 4th time! Did I mention that?) after crying and moaning about how I didn’t want it to end (again). I cried so much near the ending. Those who have read it knows why (*sob!*), but I don’t want to spoil it for the others who haven’t read it yet. (Why the hell not?! What’s wrong with you?!) And I have a major book hangover right now. […]
A few weeks ago, I came across this book and posted on Instagram about it. The Girl Who Was On Fire is a non-fiction collection of essays from some of the most famous YA authors about The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.