November 5, 2014

The Hunger Games

Hello... hello... hello... how are you?

I haven't been blogging for quite sometime now for a very good reason. I have been pretty busy lately with a capital B. Also to be perfectly honest, I haven't done anything new so that case is close. I'm much too preoccupied these days to even think of something--well, new ;). B-b-but, there's one thing that I am most certainly giddy about and cannot wait for it to be shown on the cinemas this coming November. That's none other than: Tan-da-da-dan...drum rolls please...


The first part of Mockingjay! 

Hooray!!! hooray!!! * behaves oneself Anyways, while waiting, I reread the trilogy again to refresh and relive the moments *sighs. I've been hooked about it ever since I saw the first movie back 2012 and me, well--being me, cannot wait for the second movie to be aired the next year as a result, and I meant it in a very good way, the bookworm in me decided to buy the whole set. :D Yep, me and my babies. Oh, yeah!

That is why I'm enjoying every page as I reread it again.

For those who haven't seen, lest read about it, here is a little bit of the synopsis. I hope you'll find it interesting and enjoyable as much as I did. (^_^)

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"May the odds be ever in your favor"

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In the post apocalyptic nation of Panem in North America. The Capitol, the country's highly advanced city took control over the rest of the nation. Every year, the capitol will hold an event in which one boy and one girl will be chosen in each twelve districts as a representative known as "tributes". The Hunger Games is a punishment for the past rebellion against the capitol in which the 13th District has been destroyed. They will fight each other into the death until one winner remains which they call "Victor."

Katniss Everdeen, the protagonist in the story lives in District 12, where the story begins, a coal rich region. During an annual reaping, an event in which the tributes are chosen, Katniss sister, Primrose, just reached the age of twelve, was chosen as tribute. Fearing for her sisters life, Katniss volunteered instead, making her the first volunteer in her district. Her male counter part tribute was Peeta Meelark, a baker and her former schoolmate. 

They were both taken to the capitol together with the previous drunken victor of District 12, Haymitch Abernathy. For days, they were trained, judged, interviewed and living like a celebrity for a short while. But that doesn't stop the lingering truth that they will all end up killing each other in the arena.

The clock is ticking for Katniss. 

How will she survive in the game?

Can a betrayal hurt her spirit?

Will a spark of love ignites in this deadly arena?

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Will the odds be in her favor?

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In this exciting, thrilling action pack book by Suzanne Collins you will surely don't want to put the back down. Now, that the first part of "The Hunger Games" was already released maybe this is also the time for you to reconsider and watch it. To find out whether the movie or book is in your favor or not. ;)
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"Happy Hunger Games!"

8 comments:

  1. OH NOES!!! I need to save money for this! Thanks for the reminder about this awesome movie!

    Keep it up Kimmy~!

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    1. Your welcome...it's THIS MONTH. Kyaaaa....I can't wait..♥♥

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  2. I have watched hunger games for the first time and I just thought watching the next part wont hurt. :D

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    1. Yes, miss you should. Its nice...

      #GoPeeta
      #Somuchlove

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  3. And to think that I thought Hunger Games was like the Twilight Saga. Hahaha!

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    1. NO!!! TOTAALLLLLLYY different...Hunger Games is Sci-Fi. Twilight is paranormal...you should watch it labs.

      #recommended

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  4. I'm quite confused about the Hunger Games first part. Ah did they cut the last book into two for the movie? I'm done in the trilogy. The first movie attracted me but then the next movie feels too short for my liking. I like the book better.

    (" Sa Mata ng Isang Probinsiyana ")

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    1. I was actually on the same boat as you before but after reread it again I was able to understand it. >///<
      Yes, they did cut last book into two parts. I think maybe because the last book has more action compared to the first two books not that I'm saying that they aren't. :D The second movie left me hanging and wanting for more which is basically their purpose. ehehehe

      Thank you for stopping by Teri! :D

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