How Many Books Are There In The Hunger Games Series

what order do the hunger games book series go in.

how many are there and what are they called in order? thanks:)

There are three: The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay.

the hunger games questions.

How many books are in the series?Can Katnip’s sister get picked again being how her sister saved her?I just started reading the first book so no details please

There are three books in the series; Huger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay which has yet to be publishedNo one in Katniss’s family can get picked again.

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How many Hunger Games books are there.

My sociology teacher is having us read “The Hunger Games”. But i look and see like three different books.. Then I looked at the plot overview for “The Hunger Games” and it said there were three parts, “The Tributes”, “The Games” and “The Victors”. Am I wrong, is…

The hunger games is the name of the first book in the series. What you might have looked up was probably catagorizing things from the book to make it more organized to understand. The book is about tributes who go into the games and every year there’s supposed to be a victor.The books in the series are the hunger game, catching fire & mockingjay. There are also other things written about the series. I own the hunger games unofficial companion and the tribute guide. There is also a movie companion and a cookbook. I also want another one i think its called the world of hunger games or something.

Third book in the hunger games series.

I just finished the second book and was pretty dissapointed. A few friends have said the 3rd book has an even greater gap in quality from the 1st book.. How many of you out there found it worth reading?

I have read all of them at least 4 times. The first time I read the third one, Mockingjay, I didn’t like it very much, I thought Cathching Fire was ok, but I loved the first one. As I read the series again, the more times I read it, the more I liked the third book. I think it is worth reading and if you don’t like it, maybe read the series again in 6 months or so and you may like it better (:

Is the Hunger Games series good.

and how many books are there in it?

there are three. and they are excellent/fantastic/incredible/awesome. i would definitely recommend reading them, the plot is interesting and original, the writing is excellent, and i thouroughly enjoyed reading them

How many books will there be total in The Hunger Games Trilogy.

So far there is:-The Hunger Games-Catching FireI know she’s writing one right now and that it is to be released Fall 2010. But I heard this will be her final book to the trilogy? Is that true? I really hope not.p.s. Peeta or Gale? πŸ˜‰

Three books = Trilogy, I’ll also agree with the person who first answered.The final one IS going to be released Fall 2010. Probably September or October, if current trends continue. Don’t worry, she’ll probably have a new series right after. Or she’ll just be working on the Hunger Games movie. :)I <3 Peeta!--AlexandriaAdmin of HGT.Com


how many books in the hunger games series are there.

i heard there was 3 but is there any more coming out?

Sadly only 3.lol1) The hungergames2) Catching fire3) Mockingjayanswer?:);…

How many books are in the series The Hunger Games.

I have the first and second books but how many are in the whole series?

From my understanding > There are 3 Books….Becoz…This is actually a Trilogy ~~~*…*…CHEERS & Nice Day:)Nice seeing U here….

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57 thoughts on “How Many Books Are There In The Hunger Games Series

  1. They are good. There are three books in the series.If it is a trilogy, there will only be three books. That is what a trilogy is, 3 of something.

  2. I thought this book was pretty good, and an unusual deviation from the current fasciation with sparkling vampires. I defiinitely enjoyed it more than Lord of the Flies, they sort of have the same idea of kids killing kids, although the motivation behind the murder is very different. The Hunger Games actually made me feel the emotions of being forced into that horrific situation, whereas in other stories that were similar I just didn’t get hooked or feel attached to the characters.Book 2: Catching FirePS its really depressing… but good.

  3. @Watchu Lookin At—I gave you a thumbs up. I completely agree with your response. I got the “overhyped” vibe ,too.

  4. The Running Man by the same author is better rock-em shock-em action novel.It’s a must-read series. It’s a trilogy, so three books – Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Mockingjay

  5. The first book was beyond incredible. The second book was okay. The beginning of the third book was okay. It got crappier towards the middle and end. I was extremely disappointed.Three…

  6. My issues with the series: They didn’t quite live up to the hype, the last book wasn’t that impressive, and they were a bit repetitive. I didn’t really like the main character, and I thought some parts in the story were absolutely pointless. It wasn’t the most original book in the world. If you like the stereotypical dystopian science fiction books, you’ll dig this.I think the official one coming out in March will look kind of different than the one I watched since they are going to add some more scenes.

  7. It seems your teacher wants you to read “The Hunger Games”, which is the first book of the series. What you described (“The Tributes”, etc.) are probably just sections of the first book.

  8. Below are some of my favorites about the future with dystopian elements, along the lines of The Hunger Games. Uglies by Scott Westerfield – In a future society, a mandatory operation at age 16 wipes out physical differences, turning “Uglies” into “Pretties”. The Pretties are allowed freedom to play, while the Uglies jealously await their turn. Ugly Tally has gotten into trouble that may forfeit her operation. The menacing government offers her a way out: find a group of rebel Uglies, infiltrate, and betray them. Tally agrees, but upon finding the rebels comes to understand the terrible price of becoming pretty. The Shore of Monsters and Fall of Darkness by David J. Nix – Five generations earlier, a horde of monsters nearly obliterated humanity. All males are dead or ruined by a monster plague; words like ‘father’ and ‘romance’ have lost meaning. The ruling Order tries to bury the past and control its citizens. When teenager Sky joins an expedition to the shore that falls apart, she must survive amongst the monsters that roam the ruins. She gets unexpected help from a very surprising source. Mystery, action, and romance follow! Anthem by Ayn Rand – Although Rand’s books were her platform for preaching her ideology, she told great stories. In a future society that demands conformity, a teenager struggles to break free and think for himself. Controversially examines the consequences of creating a society that is too equal and too stable at the expense of individual achievement. The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan – Seven generations have passed since the Return, a plague that reanimates dead humans into creatures that feed on the living. Teenager Mary lives inside one of the last enclaves of uninfected, protected by a chain link fence that surrounds her village. When the fence is breached, Mary flees the village with a small band of survivors. Their flight toward an uncertain salvation is both harrowing and revealing, as they try to determine if they are humanity’s last hope. Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman – In an alternate reality England, white-skinned people, called Noughts, are an underclass minority oppressed by a dark-skinned majority descended of Africans, called Crosses. Nought teenager Callum falls for Sephy, the daughter of a politically powerful Cross. As their romance grows, so does their safety in a society that does not tolerate racial mixing. When Callum’s family is implicated in a terrorist act, the lovestruck teens face difficult choices. Regardless of your heritage, this story will lend you a new perspective on race and what it means to be human. Stunning! (Pretty heavy romance here) Shipbreaker by Paolo Bacigalupi – In a near future where oil has run dry, grounded oil tankers are scavenged for parts by teenage crews. Seventeen-year-old Nailer works the dangerous duty, hoping to survive his job and his murderous father. When he discovers a luxury yacht wrecked by a storm, he faces a difficult decision: scavenge the ship to become rich, or rescue the sole survivor, a beautiful, wealthy teenage girl. His decision propels him into more danger, adventure, and love than he had ever counted on!

  9. You might not like it, but since you read the first two, don`t you think you might as well finish the series off? I found it worth reading….I mean, I read the other two books, I`d like o know what happened at the end. People just say they don`t like it because of the events that take place, but that doesn`t mean that the book is bad, it actually means the book is good because it brings out emotions in people, which is the point of books.

  10. However, all in all, they were good books. Not AMAZING books. I’d recommend reading them. They were enough to keep me hooked and I’m a pretty picky person when it comes to books.1. The Hunger GamesIts a great series! I loved it! πŸ™‚

  11. it is a problematical question, as you won’t be able to somewhat SAY something relating to the e book without giving it away. however the only reason I liked CATCHING hearth became via fact of Finnick, and if there became a fourth e book after Mockingjay,I wouldnt study it. won’t say why because you haven’t any longer study the e book. i could say that it became worth analyzing it, in spite of the undeniable fact that. If I hadn’t, i could have lots of questions. in spite of each thing, there’s a substantial cliffhanger in Catching hearth. yet i did no longer somewhat appreciate Katniss as plenty in the 2d and third books as I did in the 1st. I felt like Suzanne became additionally attempting to end the story too on the instant, and there is scenes the place you purely go “WTF?” and that i didnt comprehend what to anticipate via the time I have been given to the final financial ruin. besides the undeniable fact that it became worth analyzing to verify what occurred, yet i would not study a fourth e book if there became one. that’s purely too undesirable, via fact Collins had lots of ability as a author. besides, i could study it. πŸ™‚

  12. There are three, The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay. I recommend you read them, either way it’s something that can expand your knowledge or it can just be a good read.

  13. There’s three books.Ya its just the three books 1.Hunger Games 2.Catching Fire 3.Mockingjay. It’s disappointing there isn’t more coming out but then too much can ruin a series as well, so in one way I’m glad there isn’t another book!

  14. Really if u can’t figure out by the movies then obviously u don’t need to read the books read the back of the books they say right on there Hello

  15. Loved the first two but book 3 ruined the trilogy for me all together. So I hated them after reading book 3

  16. there will be three books check out this for more infoYou can find both in his collection “the Bachman Books”,Its WORTH reading. personally i think that if you understand them deeply then its one of few series that improves upon the first book. it may not hook you right away but it will sometime in the middle. and dontchyaa wanna knoow how it ends.??

  17. I think that they are great. Sure, they’re overhyped now, but I knew about them three years ago when no one even knew the book existed.

  18. I’ve read all three and it is DEFINITELY worth reading. It is a little depressing, but it is still my favorite. πŸ™‚

  19. I’ll try not to spoil the other two books since I’m guessing you haven’t read them but basically, YES YES YES Peeta absolutely loves Katniss. Katniss, on the other hand, isn’t really sure how she feels about Peeta in the first book. She wavers between thinking that he is just playing the game or if he actually loves her. She pretends to love him during the game to gain sympathy from the sponsors so they can survive. At the end of the book, you see that he is crushed to find that she was playing and he was serious. read the other books, they are soooo good! happy reading. – Kat

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  21. The first one is the best. The second one is my favorite. And the third is just rather depressing but still satisfying in the “what happens?” factor πŸ™‚

  22. Most outdoor chase games (like Manhunt and Capture the Flag) narrow down to a contest on who can run the fastest. Are you looking for something that is more fun and requires strategy and skill? Look no further. To play the Hunger Games outdoor game, follow these steps.You can make a few minor changes to the game if you would like but keep it safe

  23. But this isn’t really who I like better with Katniss, I don’t want either of them with Katniss, I’m just saying I personally like Peeta better πŸ™‚

  24. Stephen Kings the Long Walk is a much better look at what this type of competition would actually do to a person (the third book, of the hunger games, goes into this a bit, but the tone shift is too sudden and the series SHOULD have been like that from the get go), even more so than Battle Royale (which I also find to be overrated) which it also predates.Reading a good publication offers a richer experience and can leave you with memory that will last years

  25. Overall, I agree that it was overhyped. I mean, I liked Twilight before all the fuss, and it’s not the author or the book’s fault so many people went crazy. I’d read it with an open mind, it’s definitely not a waste of time.

  26. It’s ok but very overhyped.1. The Hunger GamesThe plot may be boring to others, but I find it fairly interesting and definitely dragging on. It may be unrealistic, but most books are. When have you ever heard dragons being called realistic?-Hunger Games

  27. [/DELDUP]I don’t like dystopia and PG13, it’s like eating bland chili, might taste okay, but no spice. I thought she was forced to go over the top in the ending of the third book to try her best to maintain the “no happy ending” rule of dystopia.

  28. 3 of them1. The Hunger GamesReading the book instead of seeing the movie is the ultimate way to see what the author intended. Reading uses your thoughts, hones your reading skills, and can transform your vocabulary.

  29. Read all of them and really enjoyed the whole story πŸ™‚ The first book is the best one, but in the third one the plot gets very messy :/ But do read it, when the movie comes out you will be able to laugh at how the producers got it wrong, and have conversations about it with people you know.

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