This book took me back to the days that I was reading “1984” and “Animal Farm”, a fantastic story of a post-tramatic government and society that has one person who endures it while taking care of her family.  The stark contrast from the way that the citizens must live and how the politically elite use them for entertainment and substinace…

Most of the book is about her survival and the ridiculous situation that is the Hunger Games, but also how even with survival being the most key component, she and the others in the game have to put on a show for the capitol…

It is rather funny that not too much detail has to given in this story, just giving a slight description of where they are going, or who is there and some dialogue, and my mind painted the most vivid imagery, that I could easily see why this is becoming a movie her rather soon.

Don’t want to spoil it, but it is a good read of fiction.

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