Author Suzanne Collins is working on another book in The Hunger Games series.
But this book, which does not yet have an official title and is currently going by Untitled Panem Novel, won’t be following series protagonist Katniss Everdeen. Instead, it will be a prequel set 64 years before the events of Collins’ original trilogy of books—The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay.
A brand new trailer has been released for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1, the third movie in the massive cinematic franchise that’s based on the hugely popular book series from author Suzanne Collins. The trailer is titled “The Mockingjay Lives.”
You can read a full synopsis and check out the new trailer for the next Hunger Games movie below.
The Gold Box spotlight deal of the day over at Amazon today is The Hunger GamesKindle Edition by Suzanne Collins for only $1.99. There’s also a Whispersync for Voice option where you can get voice narration included for only $1.99 more.
If you’d like a physical copy of the book, which is the first in the series, the Paperback is only $6.20.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Directed by Francis Lawrence
Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Donald Sutherland, Philip Seymour Hoffman
Based on the Novel by Suzanne Collins Lionsgate
Rated PG-13 | 146 Minutes
Release Date: November 22, 2013
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opens up just as Katniss and Peeta, the winners of the 74th Hunger Games, are preparing to go on their victory tour of the 12 Districts and Capital of Panem and trying to find a rhythm to their now dual lives – the theatrical star-crossed lovers while in the spotlight and the barely acquaintances when the camera is off in their ever-dwindling private lives. As their tour begins, the pair sees from district to district signs of rebellion and discourse against the Capital by the citizens, the unplanned consequence of their televised defiance against the game’s rules during the events of The Hunger Games.
Full disclosure, I cannot cook at all. My best attempts at baking, in any capacity, end with small yet fierce kitchen fires and more wounds than an amateur snake-handler. So, when the opportunity for me to review The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook rolled around, I had to take it. After all, who better to judge than someone who is easily confused and frightened by the art of cooking?
The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook sells itself as a companion to the dual lives of the book’s protagonist, Katniss. Half of the cookbook is dedicated to hearty salt of the earth style dishes, while the other half concerns itself with the decadent dishes that would be found in the Capitol. Seeing as how most of my meals are hastily eaten in front of a computer screen, I figured that a decadent recipe would be a nice change of pace.