Note: This review contains spoilers. I would also expect any potential comments to contain spoilers as well. Readers wishing to avoid spoilers will want to skip this. But for the people who've already read the book, as well as the spoiler-loving seekers, come on in. Let's discuss.
We will be posting our Top 10 of 2009 this entire week. Today’s list is from Jennie. The list is unranked. You can find more of her reviews here. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (review by Jia) Bound By Your Touch by Meredith Duran Written On Your Skin by Meredith ... more >
Dear Ms. Collins, The Hunger Games was my favorite novel of 2008. For me it had the perfect combination of a great heroine, fast-paced plotting, and gripping tension. And considering the cliffhanger ending, I’ve been looking forward to Catching Fire since I finished last page of that book. To refresh ... more >
Jia is our YA, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Crossover expert. Jia came to us a year ago and provides great insight from the otherside of the genre fence. She’s the one that brought Suzanne Collins to our attention here along with lesser known fantasy authors (or at least lesser known to me) ... more >
Last month, Jia reviewed a new to us YA book called Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. It’s a story about a teenager forced to fight in a brutal game to the death against 23 other teenagers. Others decided to read it and so we thought it would be fun to ... more >
On October 15th, Dear Author will host a book club event for Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games. This is a book that was recommended by Jia. It’s a story about a sixteen year old girl who offers herself up as a Tribute in place of her younger sister, as a player ... more >