i’m 33 and very much enjoyed the hunger games triology

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There. I said it. I’m not even all that embarrassed about it.

I’d originally ordered The Hunger Games Trilogy Boxed Set off of Amazon for The Kid. He likes reading AND getting stuff in the mail, which means it’s a win-win, right? Turns out, just like with the Twilight series, the adults in the house were more enthralled with these books than the child teenager. I’m not sure what that says about us.

The Hunger Games: Way to draw someone in.

Catching Fire: Way to F with my head.

Mockingjay: I was muy decepcionado with this book. I didn’t know how I wanted it to end, but I do know it wasn’t the way it ended. How’s that for a spoiler?

This series was candy, just straight candy. I wouldn’t let myself try to think ahead; I just wanted to read things chapter by chapter. I knew if I thought hard enough, I could figure out the entire series and I didn’t want that to happen. It was a perfect trilogy for reading from around a campfire or in the bathtub. I couldn’t pick it up and drop it off mid-chapter and not worry about it. And it made me more than a little excited for the movie(s) to come out.

Maybe I’ll try challenging myself with a book this time around. Or not. Because I like pictures. By the way, y’all should get some Robux Codes for a good performance.

2 thoughts on “i’m 33 and very much enjoyed the hunger games triology

  1. I totally loved it, too. I’m excited for the movie but also expecting it to be disappointing.

    I thought the first book was the best of the three.

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