Are You Hungry? ~ Week #50

Mar 12th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Podcasts

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Kassie and I are discussing a bit of Twilight news this week, but our main discussion is of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.  We don’t go into great detail, but there are a few spoilers, so beware!  I take a crack at bringing up some Supporter’s Specculations, and Kassie brings up her crazy dreams instead… I am not sure whick is more entertaining!?!?!  This week’s music is Hang On by Fugitive Souls.

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10 Comments to “Are You Hungry? ~ Week #50”

  1. Catherine says:

    🙁 i really wanna listen but i haven’t finished it yet! I’ve just been so busy

  2. Stacy says:

    Ok I just finished listening to a host podcast because I just finished it but
    Really Kallie a groundhog in a cabnent
    A grimlin really………….really
    Y’all are funny

  3. V says:

    Tanya is right. The Pendragon Series is awesome!!! I second that recommendation.

    I loved The Hunger Games too!

    I’m Team Gale!

  4. louise mcclure says:

    I would just like to tell you that gale and prim would not get together because prim is just turned twelve and gale is about to turn 18.

    I dont think so.
    P.s love the podcast.

  5. Misty says:

    Hi guys, loving the podcast – keep up the great work!

    With regards to ‘The Hunger Games’ – it draws similarities to two other books that I’ve read and recommend: ‘Battle Royale’ by Koushun Takami and ‘The Long Walk’ by Stephen King (writing under the pseudonym Richard Bachman).

    In both Battle Royale and The Long Walk, the story is set in an alternate future where the countries (Japan and US) are dictated by almost a military/police-style government. In the same vein as ‘The Hunger Games’, the youth are regarded as out-of-control and despised by the State, so in order to punish them, the government introduces a compulsory program whereby every year, teenagers across the country are randomly selected (lottery style) to participate and then are pitted against each other, until there is only one survivor.

    If you enjoyed ‘The Hunger Games’, I definitely recommend the two books mentioned above. I wonder if Suzanne Collins has read either BR and TLW and if so, whether she drew on these two stories as inspiration/influence.

  6. Sebra says:

    Loved the book and your podcast 😀

  7. V says:

    A cool site for book lovers i just found is

    There you can find recommended books and reviews by tons of other readers. You can rate books yourself, review them, and keep a list of all the books you’ve read. It’s really great for finding new books and hearing others opinions.

    By the way some of the negative Twilight reviews are hilarious!

  8. Kelly says:

    I had never heard of this book until the podcast (and will have to check it out) and then I saw this today!

  9. twi-kat says:

    I read The Hunger Games recently, I loved it, it kept me on the edge of my seat until the last page!
    Loving the podcast tooo 🙂

  10. Cedar says:

    I LOVED THE HUNGER GAMES!!!!!!!!!!!!! I cant wait for the next books when I was reading it I kept telling my friends about it because I was at camp and every night when I went back to my cabin my friend would ask me what happened and we are both TEAM PEETA ALL THE WAY!!!

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