Cold, bloody, sad
Maybe in terms of the imagery of the book it was similar to Misery or 1984.
Nothing really. I mean she is a good narrator, but she doesnt add anything really special.
Ill get back to you when they finishing filming lol...
My physiotherapist recommended this book to me, and although I dont normally read teenage lit, I thought this was definitely a good idea for a story. I enjoyed the story, and was excited to hear what happens next, but it isn't exactly a classic. I hope that when they make the movie they can add more to it, as there were a couple of parts where I caught myself rolling my eyes (not recommended if you are actually reading the book as it can give you a headache!),
the hunger games is my favorite book
it is gory
the voice was too perky at entence parts
the movie is out March 23
I was actually surprised with this book. I really didn't know anything about it, but became interested with I learned of the upcoming movie series. The only one problem I had with it was that it was nearly 4 1/2 hours into the audiobook before the characters finally entered the arena and began the games. But once there, my mind was fixed on everything that was going on. I'm interested in listening to the other three books.
Yes, the narrator really brings this book to life
Ender's Game - because of the suspense; The Maze Runner - because of the time period, style, etc.
Yes!!!!! I drove around for hours listening!
An amazing series! I think it will bring many young people to love reading. As an English teacher I highly reccommend this series to many of my students and parents as well.
This series is riveting. I listened to Hunger Games and couldn't wait to dive into Catching Fire. However, I found that this narrator didn't present the text in a convincing way and sometimes found her distracting. So I consumed the rest of the series the old fashioned way,...on my Kindle :)
I like to download books to listen to while I am working out at the gym. It was a very captivating story. I am 56 years old so the life lessons of the book are more for young adults but I kept running to the gym so I could listen to it.
I loved the unexpected turns of the story.
When Katniss took the place of her little sister in the games.
This was my first book and certainly not my lasat.
Yes; I did not want to put it down!
I look forward to listening to the remainder of the trilogy.
no not necessarily. The womans voice got on my nerves every now and then. But it didnt matter the story like was such an attention holder
Katnis duh! She is fierce!
as i said her voice was ok
May the odds be ever in your favor
I'm not sure what all the hype is about. This wasn't a terrible book but after reading The Help and A Thousand Splendid Suns, this just wasn't up to par. Not a bad read but you can tell it is geared toward a younger audience. I passed it on to my 12 year old and she is enjoying it. The narrater sounds like the one reading my 1st grader's Magic Tree House books. Again, she wasn't terrible but sounded juvenile to me. Maybe a different narrater would have helped this book.
YES!!!! You don't want to turn it off from beginning to end.
The book lets you develop a mental picture, without unnecessary details.
The easy to recognize change in characters.
Could not wait to download the next book in series.