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The Hunger Games - on Playaway

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Based on 9,952 Ratings and 9,952 Reviews

Book Description
Playaway is the easiest way to listen to a book on the go. An all-in-one format, the player and content are combined in one 2 ounce unit and it comes with everything you need to start listening immediately. No separate player needed, no CDs, no downloads - just press play!

Katniss is a 16-year-old girl living with her mother and younger sister in the poorest district of Panem, the remains o... More
Book Information
PublisherPlayaway
BindingAudio CD (27 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-101606401807
ISBN-13978-1606401804
Publication Date/2008
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About Suzanne Collins (Author) : Suzanne Collins is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Suzanne Collins include The Underland Chronicles Book Five: Gregor and the Code of Cla... more
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About Carolyn McCormick (Narrator) : Carolyn McCormick is credited in . Published credits of Carolyn McCormick include 7th Heaven.
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11/27/2012 Ruth Silver said: If you haven't read THG, then you really should. It's a quick read, a constant page-turner and will keep you interested until the very end.
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5/10/2012 Karen Marie Hart said: Captivating Suspense!
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4/12/2012 Susan Waring said: What a horrifying vision of the future! I want to be Katniss, but then again, I would not want to live in her world. She is a terrific heroine
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2/2/2012 April Stasko said:
Have rec this book to so many students, only one out of the dozens has not absolutely loved it and continued on to read the trilogy. My husband, kids, and myself have read the series and all rank it a top five favorite. Really enjoy how Collins takes the archetypal hero role and gives it to Katnis... more

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1/30/2012 Tammy Lane said: Couldn't stop reading. Highly recommend.
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1/15/2012 Gwynneth White said:
I started reading at 8pm and didn't stop until the books was finished at 3.30 the next morning. Cannot remember when last I was so riveted, so invested, in a book at its characters. The stakes are as high as they can go, and Collins kept me hanging on, heart-pounding, to the very last sentence. Rush... more

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12/18/2010 Bridgid Gallagher tagged as: I read

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12/14/2010 Suzanne Bogue said: This is the best young adult book trilogy I've read since Cornelia Funke's Inkheart series.

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8/7/2010 Carol Riggs said: I loved this! I was way irked that it didn't conclude at the end, but it DID tie up the necessary plot related to the first story I suppose. One of those books where you have to keep reading to find out what happens. The stakes are high!
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5/31/2010 Lisa Cresswell said: I devoured this book and almost ran back to the store for the second one immediately. Suzann Collins is my idol!

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2/27/2010 Peni Griffin said:
I've been putting this off because I hate the premise (and have ever since I first avoided seeing Deathrace 2000, by which I mean the original, and all the other gladitorial movies made since the 60s). But what everybody says about this is right. Starting to read it is like stepping out of an airp... more

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