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Okuyucu Krys Kros Kros itibaren Port Rexton, NL, Kanada

Krys Kros Kros itibaren Port Rexton, NL, Kanada

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iyi bir okuma ve canlandırıcı. dinlenirken tanrının bizde çalışabileceğini bilmek güven vericidir (bunu kitapta alıyorum).

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I like Archer. Not deep or particualarly memorable once you are finshed, but they are pretty well written and good page turners. I would recommend anyof his books for some fun, light reading.

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Yes I did find this novel a little silly at times. Katniss seemed at times a little too switched on for a person living in a dystopia. But in saying that, I could not stop reading the flaming thing, especially when she found herself in the forest of death arena. But I could not shake the image I had seen this before, I couldn't help have the image of a young Arnold Schwarzenegger in spandex running beside a very cool Katniss with a bow and arrow. I actually watched the old trailer for the 'running man' (bless youtube), it has to have the best voice over I have ever heard, 'He's playing for a prize, and the prize is his life'. I feel very old trying to tell the kids, the Hunger Games is like The Running Man without the spandex, and only to get a vacant stare. 'What's a running man?' 'What's spandex?'. No wonder everyone under 24 thinks this is completely original. Has no one seen 'Battle Royal?' 'Hunger Games is a mass market teen novel, so it was never going to go into notions of our obsession with reality tv, or the notion of dictatorship. The Hunger Games is a punishment the population was meant to grin and bear. But it is a fun novel, I felt myself leaning forward as I read it, one stage I nearly fell off the couch.