The The Hunger Games Trilogy series

Books currently reviewed in this series:

Mockingjay by

To round out the trilogy, I’ve not long finished Mockingjay, the third instalment in The Hunger Games Trilogy.  It had a lot to live up to when you look at my reactions to the previous two books, The Hunger Games and Catching Fire.  While it provided plenty of twists and turns, action and excitement, this book didn’t – Read the rest of this review

Catching Fire by

After enjoying The Hunger Games so much I was worried this book wouldn’t work as well, not least because the main premise of the first book, the fight for survival in the games, would be missing.  I didn’t need to fear.  I loved Catching Fire too. I also didn’t need to fear missing the games, as – Read the rest of this review

The Hunger Games by

This was another book I heard about on the grapevine, one that seemed to be gaining some momentum, not least because of the updates regarding the forthcoming film adaptation.  There were whispers this could the next Harry Potter (or rather, hopes). Which is not to say the books are in any way similar, they’re not. – Read the rest of this review