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Can't get enough of The Hunger Games? Want to know what could have caused the formation of the 13 districts and what led to Game 1? This is that story.

The Dark Days saga of what happened before the games will satisfy your Hunger!

End of the World - Episode 1: Nineteen-year-old Claudia Sheeplord is aboard an airplane flying to Denver when she discovers that all attempts to destroy the Death Asteroid before it hits Earth have failed.

While still in the air, one of the asteroid masses hits Earth. The sky turns dark, full of particles. When Claudia lands, chaos has flooded the airport. She makes a promise to her new friend, a 13-year old tinkerer named Benjamin Willoby, and together they must fight their way through the destruction and find their own means of survival before it's too late.

©2014 GK Publishing (P)2014 Gk Publishing

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Don't waste your money.

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I don't know who would like the book. The story didn't flow, events didnt make sense, not believable and characters were dull. Maybe kids.

What was most disappointing about Ginger Gelsheimer and Taylor Anderson ’s story?

The story didn't flow from one event to the next, and the characters were dumb and were unaffected by the supposed horrific events

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Too little

Enjoyed to story and the characters, but I'm not going to pay $5 per chapter

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