Monday, March 12, 2012

Do you have the Hunger?

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins has taken the world by storm. Everyone is reading it (or rereading it) and the rest of the trilogy before The Hunger Games movie hits theatres on March 23rd (10 days, 8 hours, 43 minutes... but who is counting?). 

There are a few other titles that can help satisfy your Hunger Games fever:

The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook.  It is filled with strange and interesting recipes that will get you even more involved in the suspenseful trilogy. The Wall Street Journal provided this review:
“In the postapocalyptic fantasy series The Hunger Games, starving characters eat whatever they can kill or forage: wild dog, horse, tree bark, mouse meat….fans have become obsessed with the food in the books, trying home preparation of dishes such as fire-roasted rabbit and seaweed bread. This month, The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook was published, with 150 recipes for rustic, gamy fare including fried squirrel and raccoon in bacon drippings, though none for dog. Food, and the lack of it, is a recurring theme in the dystopian trilogy.”
Doesn't that sound tasty?


Are you new to the series? They are technically young adult - but adults will really enjoy the adventure of this series.  I highly recommend reading the books in order:
  1. The Hunger Games
  2. Catching Fire
  3. Mockingjay
We have them in audiobook, print book, and book on cd. A format for everyone!

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