It was nice to listen to the story rather than reading it.
The story was an entertaining time killer while doing the housecleaning.
The narration was a bit dry; not very dynamic, but not annoying either.
What? What kind of question is that?
Meh. I might try listening to this story with a different narrator. I love the story; I read it too, but the performance could have been better.
I could not put this down....loved every minute of it. I still like the movie and love the book. I wondered why they were making children in high school read these books in class as part of the curriculum. I didn't understand until I read the first in the Hunger Games series. It reminded me of one of my favorite books to read in high school "Fahrenheit 451".
When Katness turned into a lady when first coming to the capital
I would recommend this to a friend
I enjoyed the audio version because of the convenience of listening while traveling to work every day.
I can't compare the hunger games to other books in its genre because I don't typically read books in this genre.
Carolyn McCormick does an excellent job of narration of the book. She enables you to feel and see the characters and action.
There were several moments in the hunger games that moved me. In particular was the death of Ru.
I've always"got" the buzz and fan fervor over "Star Wars" and "The Lord of the Rings", but I bought this to see what the fuss over the "Hunger Games" was. It reminded me of Stephen King's "The Long Walk". I kept listening to find some redeeming quality, but IT'S ABOUT KILLING FOR SPORT! Haven't we progressed from the Romans?
The story was enjoyable. The depth the narrator brought to the book added to the over all enjoyment of the story.
I was drawn to this title because of my granddaughter's recommendation. I was sceptical at first but with the novel experience of listening to a novel being well read I became enthralled
The way that Katness went on for the sake of others
The story became more real and alive
Hamitch was pretty funny
No, I did not like her as a Narrator for this book
The Story is great, wish they would re-do with a different narrator i would totally re-listen to all three books again.
Say something about yourself!
I like the concept but not quite believable.
I like Lois Lowry better but this series is similar.
I would say that the audio version gives it more life than the printed version. Not to mention, I can listen while driving. Hard to do that if i'm reading. well, unless I want to get into an accident.
Hamich's voice was my favorite. 2nd would be Peeta's