Well America, Bring On ‘The Hunger Games’.

May the odds be ever in our favor.

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When I was fourteen or fifteen years old I read the entire first Hunger Games book in a single night, starting just before dinner and not finally putting the book down until the early hours of the following morning. I went and bought the following two books that very same day. But as much as I loved them and as brutally captivating…

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