The Hunger Games

Can I begin by how much I love the Hunger Games?

Seriously. I started reading them last week, and I finished them today.

If you haven’t read them, your life is incomplete.

posterAt first I wanted to draw Catnip Katniss Everdeen ( The Girl on Fire). But I drew a poster-thingy with the infamous quote : “And may the odds be ever in your favour.”  It also includes the logo’s of the books;

Book i – The Hunger Games

Book ii – Catching Fire

Book iii – Mockingjay

Guess who loves Mockingjays now?

These songs also remind me of the books:-

(It’s not that I’m a ‘Lorde’ fan, I just happened to stumble upon these songs).

I’m not a big Gale fan (honestly, not at all). Anyone else happy that Gale got kicked out at the end?

 

 

2 thoughts on “The Hunger Games

  1. Not having read the books originally, the movies were a breath-taking, high-stakes
    adventure where anything could seemingly happen.

    Power – this is how you are able to trigger the skills that your class uses in the game.
    The phrase, “In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit” is almost as familiar as, “Once upon a time…”.

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