Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 6 student (junior editor I Kid You Not).
Hello everybody. This is the review of the Hunger Games series, which have triggered a series of hallucinations for the past few nights.
The hit series by Suzanne Collins is one of love, sorrow, and death. Katniss, our protagonist, is struggling to provide for her family after her father was killed in a mine accident. Trying to understand the story is a bit hard unless you’ve read the book yourself. There are twelve districts, and after the war with the ruling district called the Capitol, the districts lost and were subjected to oppression. The Hunger Games are a way to keep the districts under the Capitol. Each year, each district has to send a girl and a boy to the Capitol, where they are thrown into the arena and told to kill each other. Harsh. I know.
All in all, it’s a good book, and you should read the entire series. Well, that’s obvious. Once you read the first, it’s physically impossible not to read the others.
That’s all from me, folks.
Good day to you!
Written by Agastya Sharma
Agastya is a grade 6 student who is passionate about reading and writing. He is also the junior editor of I Kid You Not.
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