The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins: Personal Analysis

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The past five years I have read many works of literature and written many essays that have a great significants of power to my aberration of education. To espouse on work of literature that has given me a great deal of significants is difficult, but extraordinary. Out of all the books I’ve read there was one in particular that stood out to me in the past five years and it is The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. This book spoke to me as no other book has ever; I 'm the type of person that doesn 't interested in reading novels, but this one called me in. The Hunger Games series is a trilogy that tells a story of 13 communities (called districts) that are battling for food and survival for their districts in a game called the Hunger Games. The Story is based off survival of the fittest, and division of social classes. The major theme of the story is divergency between the rich and the poor; meaning the way they …show more content…
I was reading the book and I could not stop reading it; I had never interacted with a book like that before. After I read the first book I wanted to keep reading to find out the end; soon after I bought the whole trilogy. After finishing the trilogy I knew that my reading experience would be completely different, it made me a better reader and writer because it made me want to understand the story more in depth. It opened up windows for me to want to understand authors and their works rather than just read because it was an assignment. When I was younger I never anticipated reading as a hobby or entertainment but as a chore or assignment. It wasn 't easy for me to just pick up a book, but one of my closest friends introduced the book to me and I gave it a try. It opened up my mind and kickstarted my imagination to a whole new world. Today its made me a better listener, interpreter, and reader overall; it was a experience worth going

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