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The FREE delivery deal is back! @ The Book People (£10.15 on Amazon for this)
CODE - CHEERDEL (ends Thursday night)

Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games trilogy transports readers to a dystopian future world where teenagers are forced to take part in a deadly game to win favour for themselves and their village. When Katniss becomes a contestant, she is convinced she won't return, but as she enters the life-or-death world of the televised game, she finds that she's stronger than she thought. Can she triumph against the odds and find a future for herself? Totally unputdownable, this series is a must for any young adult's bookshelf. The trilogy is set to find a whole new legion of fans with the release of the Gary Ross-directed film, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson, so now is the perfect time to immerse yourself in these action-packed adventures!
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only1#1
Got these last time they were at this price fir the g/f. Arrived quickly too.
discowillsuspended#2
Thanks OP, but these have been this price (with The Book People) since release date.
_Wilson#3
discowill
Thanks OP, but these have been this price (with The Book People) since release date.

Not always with FREE delivery
junk4[helper] 1 Like #4
Almost always with FREE delivery - that's why it keeps getting posted every flippin' time there's a new code.
disneygirl#5
Got these at this price 2 weeks ago my eldest read them all in a week and said they were great! I am waiting my turn whilst 2 others read them
fairycake88#6
I don't usually have time to read but theses books were an exception. Definately a great price with free delivery for 3 books!!
Sodaface 1 Like #7
First book was great, second took me a bit longer to finish because I was getting bored with some of the characters, and the third I have read 7 or 8 chapters and gave up. Might finish it someday but personally I gave up caring for anybody in the story!
jk12324#8
Are these girly books like Twilight? Would I be able to read these in public without getting weird looks from other people?
Tralala#9
Sodaface
First book was great, second took me a bit longer to finish because I was getting bored with some of the characters, and the third I have read 7 or 8 chapters and gave up. Might finish it someday but personally I gave up caring for anybody in the story!
I persevered and got to the end of book three, I know where you're coming from though.
Butler did it BTW.
Ace1#10
jk12324 I was thinking the same thing lol!
ChipSticks#11
Sodaface
First book was great, second took me a bit longer to finish because I was getting bored with some of the characters, and the third I have read 7 or 8 chapters and gave up. Might finish it someday but personally I gave up caring for anybody in the story!

I agree, although I persevered and finished the third. Such a shame because the first book really was great.

Still a good price for the set though I suppose.

Edited By: ChipSticks on Jun 19, 2012 16:03
MissyTrouble#12
great books! hot from me :)
johnmartin198320banned#13
Seems Nice
Majumba#14
jk12324
Are these girly books like Twilight? Would I be able to read these in public without getting weird looks from other people?
Boy's books rather girl's according to my son. He enjoyed them.
Annoyingly good price.:D
Late#15
Voted hot, as it's a good price - but as others have said, it's often this price at the book people. I bought it for the kids around October last year at this price and have seen it posted a fair few times since then...

jk12324
Are these girly books like Twilight? Would I be able to read these in public without getting weird looks from other people?

<----Middle-aged bloke, currently about three quarters of the way through the first book. It's definitely a bit girly, but you'll not be laughed at for reading it in public - and it isn't a bad read at all (though far from a classic!)

It's clichéd to say, but the book is a lot better than (and worth reading before watching) the film, btw. I watched the film a few weeks back and thought it okay but with a lot of holes. As is usually the case, there are a lot less holes in the book. I think most people will have done it the other way 'round (i.e. book before film) and won't notice how patchy the film is because their mind is automatically remembering/filling in the blanks.


I still have no idea how a tiny group of individuals keep bumping into each other all the time in an area that appears to be around 100 square miles, though...
mkja#16
Ace1
jk12324 I was thinking the same thing lol!

Well the inside front cover refers to it as a Children's book.

That said, I took the plunge and, 30 pages in, am enjoying it.

For sub £5 it is worth a go (IMO)
Pantho#17
It is a bit of a teen book, but I enjoyed book 1 and 2.
Book 3 I only finished as a more of wanting to know the ending. It definitely wasn't the best book of the series.
ambergarcia#18
Annoyed at how hot this is since I found it months ago and didn't post it! :( lol well thanks and cheers if the free delivery,mow I can finally get my hands on these great books x
SharplesLS#19
:) cheers bought for hubby! been on about them for ages
jackojack#20
Great deal, thanks Op

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