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Hunger Games Essay

  • Submitted by: jihee
  • on April 16, 2011
  • Category: Arts and Music
  • Length: 1,308 words

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Below is an essay on "Hunger Games" from Anti Essays, your source for research papers, essays, and term paper examples.

Generally speaking, people acquire a wide range of information and take pleasure through reading books; however, starting books are not easy unless there is any motivation to read books. The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins which is a series of science fiction novel, and The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones, by Rick Riodan which is a series of adventure novel, have been written for young adults. These books are used in school as educational resource as well and both The Hunger Games and The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones are hugely popular books. The Hunger Games and The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones have various factors that make young readers motivate to read all series of books. These factors include that is interesting in plot and characters, easy to read and understand, providing relevant activities to the novel and delivering thoughtful messages.

First of all, plot is an initial element of consisting book; hence, interesting plot will captivate readers to read next series of the book. Young readers keep their attention and reading all series of books when they feel interested in plot as well. The Hunger Games introduces other world to young readers that they cannot have same experiences in their lives because the genre of the book is a science fiction. The Hunger Game takes background as deathly competition; however, in the story of The Hunger Games there are factors of humanity such as love toward family, romance and friendship. For example, main character, Katniss, in The Hunger Games participates in the games instead of her sister, Prime. Katniss needs to kill all participants for surviving to the last. During the games Katniss kills a boy from District 1. In the texts of this book, it is described not cruelly but emotionally; moreover, when Katniss and Peeta, who both of them are the tributes in the games, fall in love, the story becomes much more interesting. This interesting plot gives readers pleasure and make readers keep reading next series of books.


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