The Girl Who Was On Fire: Your Favorite Authors on Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games Trilogy (Review)

I have to admit that I had mixed feelings about The Girl Who Was On Fire as a whole. There were some essays that I absolutely loved, and some that just fell flat for me. Overall, I felt like there was way too much time spent analyzing the “reality television” angle. I could’ve figured out a lot of that myself, without being told by essay after essay after essay! One or two might have sufficed for that aspect of the trilogy.

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