Katniss Everdeen operates in survival mode on a daily basis. How to Survive The Hunger Games explores how Katniss's childhood experience, combined with her survival instinct, makes her the ultimate opponent in The Hunger Games.
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How to Survive The Hunger Games is a chapter taken straight from The Hunger Games Companion, the ultimate companion guide to the blockbuster Hunger Games trilogy—this book is not authorized by Suzanne Collins, Scholastic Press or anyone involved in the Hunger Games movie.
Also included in this eBook is a sneak 80-page preview of THE HUNT, an all-new novel that today's hottest authors are raving about!
THE HUNT is coming May 2012.
EARLY PRAISE FOR THE HUNT
"One of the most brilliant, original books I've read in a very long time. Andrew Fukuda has created a vision of the world both terrifying and fascinating. This is the kind of book you'll want to stay up all night to finish!" —Richelle Mead, #1 bestselling author of the Vampire Academy Series
"With razor-sharp prose, a genius plot, and a searing pace that will have you ripping through the pages, Fukuda creates a dark and savage post-apocalyptic world where vampires are evil, humans are nearly extinct and love manages to bloom despite all the odds stacked against it. An exceptional novel—I can't wait for the sequel!" —Alyson Noël, #1 bestselling author of the Immortals Series
"Chilling, inventive, and utterly unputdownable, The Hunt masterfully dances between horror and dystopian. Readers, proceed...if you dare. This book will bleed into your nightmares." —Becca Fitzpatrick, bestselling author of the Hush, Hush Saga
"A book that grabs you by the throat and doesn't let go. The Hunt is both terrifying and sublime, with every page evoking that fragile, yet unyielding thing we call humanity." —Andrea Cremer, bestselling author of The Nightshade Trilogy