The Hunger Games, great book, please not a let down film
Last week I read The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins over a two day period. I was quickly drawn into the plot, I found the characters well defined and I thought that the book was written simply yet I was proud to have read it. I felt happy that I had read this book, unlike the twilight, and gladly moved onto the next book. The Hunger Games brought a roller-coaster of intense battles, interesting survival tidbits and even a strange love triangle that isn’t really a triangle…but it is.
That all said I think the book was great and I’m anxious about the upcoming release of the movie on March 23rd. Book into film transitions can either be absolute amazing works that stun you and keep you on your toes even when you know what’s coming, or they can be a complete let-down, making fans and those interested upset that they had wasted their time and money. One book to film flop that is still bugging me is Eragon … This was a pretty good book, that was turned into a horrendous movie.
Of course I’m hoping for the epic option but we will soon see. If I can I will be heading to the local premier but they might sell out before I get out of work so keep me in the loop for your opinions.
All I can say is… Good luck 😉
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