Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The Panem Companion: An Unofficial Guide to Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games, From Mellark Bakery to Mockingjays by V. Arrow

The Panem Companion is fascinating! It is unlike any other companion book out there. It deals with a variety of issues, from the geographical layout of the Panem to the meaning of character's names.

This book gives such a deep analysis of, The Hunger Games trilogy that I've been inspired to re-read it. Arrow is brilliant and gives you such a radically different view of the trilogy that re-reading it is going to be like rediscovering a long forgotten favorite book.

This book explores issue such as race, sexuality, and culture within the districts. It is quite brilliant, go get your own copy today!

Grade: A+

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