Where can you read The Hunger Games online?
You can read it at onread.com and you can read the other two books too
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the way i read hunger games online for free is thay i typed "read hunger games online for free" then i picked the one that said. Read Books Online Free : The Hunger Games .
Well, Hunger Games is a series, so if you mean by the series, it goes like this from first to last book: Hunger Games Catching Fire & Mockingjay But if your wondering what other good books are out there to read here are two: Hex Hall & Cherub ^^ They are both series...
idk sorry i had to read that book for school and im trying to find a site! try just looking at summarys or go buy a book i guess if u run out of options...sorry i wasnt much help! good luck! :)
That's actually illegal. Also, just pick up a book from the library or get a Nook or Kindle and buy it for that. -.-
theres a book cuold torment and it is so good but there is a book called the wind singer my friend Laura said it was one of the best book she has ever read but her and my favourite book is hunger games im up to number 3 i read number 1 in 2 days and number 2 in 3 and im almost finished number 3
There isn't really a certain age that you should read it. I read it when I was twelve, and finished it when I was fourteen (because that's when Mockingjay came out c; ). It all depends on the maturity level of the child. I know a 9 year old who read the trilogy and loved it, but she is years old…er than her age. I know an eleven year old who I would not let read it, because her parents are very careful with what she is exposed to and she is very naive. It's the kid's parent choice, really. But make sure they are mature enough, and if you aren't sure, I'd suggest you scope it out either with sparknotes or even just read the book first! (MORE)
If you Read The Hunger Games, you should read the Gone trilogy, by Micheal Grant. They are really good, and kind of about the same thing. I also enjoyed the Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer. But, to be honest, it's a little wierd in the beginning... If you liked the Hunger Games, you should a…lso like the Maximum Ride series as well as the Cherub Series. (MORE)
People should read the Hunger Games because it is full of unexpected twists and turns. As a person who has read the Hunger Games several times I have never gotten tired of the storyline. This book has action and romance. For me personally i think the the action mixes well with the romance and there …is not to much of either. (MORE)
YES! It's a great book, action-packed, gore, amazing plot line, drama, everything! And if you're going to read it, better read it fast, the movie is coming up, which looks amazing!
The lesson I learned is you do not want to be chosen for the Reaping Day lottery. Different answerer: Ha ha. I wouldn't want to face Katniss as an enemy. But I think the asker meant the actual moral. Anyways, there isn't a specific lesson to the hunger games: but one might be that it pays to be t…he good person and to use REAL teamwork, unlike the hypocrite Careers in from the districts. (If you have not read the book you will not understand.) (MORE)
YES! This is one of the best book series you could find if you love action, romance, and drama. It is about a 16 year old girl trying to escape the Hunger Games, which is a fight to the death put on by the capitol. Someone she knows goes in the Games with her but only 1 can survive. She then tries t…o figure out how to outsmart the capitol but along the way she tries to figure out who she loves, her best friend from her home, or this person who loves her dearly and is doing all he can to keep her alive. You should also read Catching Fire and MockingJay, which is the series to the Hunger Games. (MORE)
You can see if your local library has a digital books program and if they do you could rea the book free from their program online.
I was 12 when I read them and my little sister is 10 and is reading them.. It depends on your interests. There is war. And kissing. People die obviously even young children. You might cry if your sensitive. Your supposed to be 12 to read the book but I know much younger kids that read it too. which …is good because kids and adults will both LOVE the Hunger Games. I know I did ã (MORE)
Well I started reading them in 5th grade and I found them very good it is a bit gruesome but it depends some 6th graders I know stopped reading it because they found it a bit scary and gorey. It depends on what genere you like to read. Most 6th graders understand and like the book.....so i think you… should definitely give it a shot to see if you like it! :) (MORE)
I only read half of the first book, all of the second, and I'm partway through Mockingjay. Although, yes it is understandable, it helps a lot if you know the names, about the districts, about the story line, and about 'the berries' that are mentioned countless times in Mockingjay, yet are not explai…ned. The books are great, so I suggest you read them. It would help you understand a ton. (MORE)
It is a very good book in my opinion, but it is violent. It is a Sci-Fi and Romance novel if you like that type. SO really, it is your decision if you would like that type of book. And if you do read the actual series make sure you don't read the third book.
There are a few hunger games websites that have links to the scholastic games, Trial by Fire and Tribute trials - see related links. The official game is called "The Hunger Games Adventures" and is on Facebook. There is also an Apple & Android app game called "The Girl on Fire".
I know for sure that all the actors who played the tributes, Prim, Gale, Haymitch, Pres. Snow, etc. have read the series. But I don't know if all the extras and the background actors have read the books, but it would surprise me if they hadn't.
It's not a video game. It's a book series and a movie that are about an event called "The Hunger Games."
It depends on the part of the book. When Katniss and Peeta are kissing, probably happy and in love, like they are. When Katniss is running from the mutts, scared, like she. When Katniss is hiding in the tree with Rue, daring, like they are.
Well, yes! :D The Hunger Games are science fiction, yet romantic, yet post-apocalyptic, yet perfect! It's something I would suggest. It's a teen book, so if you're under maybe 11, maybe you should wait a bit.
Yes, I immensely enjoyed reading the Hunger Games series. I couldn't set each book down until I finished the whole series. Packed with nail-biting suspense and plot twists and turns. To sum it up, it was great!
nope i tried you need this app to read it but apart from that it is impossible unless you are a genius but i doubt anyone that asked this question isn't
You can't watch The Hunger Games online because the movie hasn't been released yet. However, you can watch clips and scenes on Youtube.
As far as my knowledge goes the book the Hunger Games is really for Young Adults or teens likewise. So it's probably ages 12- 20.
If you would like for the movie to make sense for you then definitely. If your looking for a BIG surprise than I recommend you just read the first book ONLY! I would highly recommend reading the whole series though. Hope I helped you!!
Course. I'm 12, and this is my new favorite book. There are just some parts that are sad, but this is an amazing book as long as you are a good reader. I read it word by word, it took me a while, but I understood it. So I think a 10 year old can read it.
if you talking about on the internet, that is illegal, however you can always try your local library! :D
I've seen the movie already and read the book. you can see it without reading the book, but some scenes wont make sense, like how it flashes to Peeta throwing Katniss bread, but doesn't give the back story. I suggest you read the book before seeing the movie.
Your mom might not want you to read the hunger games because its to expensive or you need to get on with your schoolwork.
The Harry Potter series is very different from the Hunger Games. However many people do like both series. Take a look at the blurbs and maybe even watch the movie to decide if it is something you would like.
I'd suggest 9 unless you are scared of things that people your age aren't. I have just resonantly started but my friend who is 9 read it. Her sister who is 8 got nightmares just by looking at the cover so 9 or older is a perfect age to read the hunger games.
Well, you can go watch it in theatres, or buy the dvd that is coming out, but what i used was megashare.info, and i guess it worked out fine for me, although the quality is good and it doesnt lag a lot
Depends... Some parents say that they shouldn't some do. But if you do read the book, then the movie will make much more sense. I read the book and I'm 11. I loved it, but to warn you there is killing.
You can't watchonline because the movie hasn't been released yet. However, you can watch clips and scenes on Youtube. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_can_you_watch_the_hunger_games_online_for_free#ixzz1qnBrGtqn
This all depends, you could download NOW on a website, but the quality might not be that great. So, you would have to wait. If you are going to wait, the movie won't come out online until it comes out in stores; which will probably be at the beginning of August, or end of July.
on your kindle, you can try a sample or go to books a millon and read a few chapters but don't pay for the book.
well the game is available only in the app store which means ipod touch, iphone, and ipad right now. but maybe they will put it in the computers, which i'm not sure.
I don't think letting an eight year old read The Hunger Games is ok. The movie changed many things to make it less violent, I think letting an eight year old read the book is a bad idea, and will most likely give the child nightmares. A good age to let your child read the book is eleven, I'm twelve… now and I first read the books last year when I was eleven. Willow Shields' (Prim) family let her read the books when she turned eleven. Being that little bit older will help you understand the book better as well. (MORE)
It depends on how young and well the reader is. The movie is rated pg-13 so it may depend. It is more violent and described then the movie but it may not be hard also..
Yes, I think so. I read them when I was ten and I was fine. However, I am a very mature reader, but despite what everyone says, it isn't about kids killing each other, it's got a very strong story about standing up for what you believe in, sticking up for family, never giving up, fight for what you …believe in, it does have a good message. (MORE)
yes but some times the websites aren't very good so just look it up on you tube and you can watch it there but there are seven parts to it on you tube
Well you cant read it for free without downloading it BUT on YouTube there is this guy who reads it as a autobook. I like how he takes the time to read it but WARNING he talks weird and makes the characters sound all stupid
All three books were great. you should let your sixth grader read these books because . The books are good and entertaining . 6th graders are looking for excitement in books and if they read the first book then they will be hooked for all the rest of the books . If your 6th grader is mature, th…en he will have no problems. . If you think my reasons are insufficient then try reading it with your 6th grader(s), or read it and make a judgement yourself (MORE)
I would say Language Arts. That would be for MY school in Salisbury. But I don't know about any other school.
I think it would depend what grade you are in or which grade you are teaching. ask a teacher or parent. it may have some violent scenes a parent may not like you to be reading. also, if you are in middle school, that and above if probably the best place to start.
I read the books when I was eleven and they were fine for me. Theyare quite violent but Suzanne's writing is so powerful, you'd bemissing out if you didn't read it. My younger sister was ten whenshe read the trilogy, and some things she didn't understand, likesome words, but she still loved it. I wo…uldn't let anyone under tenread it. It is violent and mostly gory. (MORE)
She eats night lock ( Poisonous berries) That Peeta had left a handful on his jacket because he thought they were normal berries.
Yes. It is called The Hunger Games Adventures. You can play it on Facebook or you can download it onto your Android, iPhone or iPad, or Kindle Fire
It depends on your personal preference. "The Hunger Games" is ayoung adult book and may not hold the interest of adults. "A Gameof Thrones" is intended for mature audiences and features sexscenes, prolific violence, and gory subject matter. Both areexcellent books and are well-liked by readers and c…ritics alike. (MORE)