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Unputdownable Books

Established back in 2011, Unputdownable Books is my way to help out indie authors by posting reviews of their books, and other marketing posts for blog tours. Of course, I also review other non-indie books just for pleasure. :D
The Hunger Games - Suzanne  Collins Hearing about this everywhere got me a little excited to read it and the fact that everyone read it already made me want to read it more. But I was hesitant as well. I expected so much and the last time I did so I was crushed. But this time all my expectations were filled with pure AWESOMENESS!

There were no vamps, angels, fairies and somewhat no werewolves. Its a change of my usual read. But it was for the better! I am no longer afraid to go beyond the horizons and explore the world of literature. :D

I will quote many others when I say this. This is an AMAZING book. The writing and how everything flowed so smoothly just kept me reading. I never thought I would find something as close to goodness after Vampire Academy.

Every paragraph and sentence I read felt like I was watching a movie in my head. I was completely engrossed in the book and it kept me reading. While I read I kept on telling myself "Woah, it's like I'm reading a movie script but with more detail". I swear if they change anything in the movies and turns out bad I will be very angry. The book kept me on my toes! The suspense was hair ripping and I loved it!

To conclude this review I would say that I adored the protagonist Katniss she is every bit of a kickass person I want in a protagonist. I love Peeta because hes just so dang adorable. The story was amazing though it resembled Battle Royale. It still held its uniqueness. The writing was incredible. Suzanne Collins is a great writer and created an epic story of strife, strength, and love. Simply unputdownable. A great read for all.