Win The Hunger Games: Collector’s Edition

The Hunger Games movie is released in 3 weeks and I, like so many thousands of others, can’t wait to see it.  Until last year, I hadn’t read any of the Hunger Games books, but finally told myself I had to sit down and read them before the movie came out.  After finishing them I couldn’t believe I’d waited so long.

Are you a huge Hunger Games fan who can’t wait for the movie?  Are you one of those people who’ve been waiting patiently in reserve ques at the library to get a copy?  Well have I got a giveaway for you!  The lovely people at Scholastic New Zealand have sent me 2 copies of The Hunger Games: Collector’s Edition to give away to 2 lucky NZ readers.  I’ll also throw in a bonus Adults Hoyts Movie Pass with each book.

To get in the draw all you have to do leave a comment on this post with your name and email address, telling me your favourite Hunger Games read-alike (i.e. which book you’d recommend for someone who liked Hunger Games).  Competition closes Thursday 8 March (NZ only).

Thanks to everyone who entered.  This competition is now closed.  The winners are Angela Harden and Stephanie Kaan

20 thoughts on “Win The Hunger Games: Collector’s Edition

  1. To those who loved “The Hunger Games” I would recommend “Divergent” by Veronica Roth. I have already recommended it to my daughter, and the both of us read on into the wee-small-hours of the morning. It took a little while to get into but once hooked it was very hard to put the book down.

    • Totally agree with you Sandra. Divergent was one of my favourite books of 2011 and I really can’t wait to read the sequel, Insurgent in May.

  2. I’d recommend The Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn – definitely subject matter that has some relevance with the advances of smart cards and the like. To be honest, I haven’t actually read it fully yet, but it has well and truly piqued my interest!

  3. I would definitely recommend Tomorrow When The War Began and the series. They are both full of action, they have a similar story, where something happens and it leads to a whole big change to the main character’s life! Tomorrow When The War Began was one of the best series I have ever read along with The Hunger Games!

  4. Hi! Hunger Games is my favourite book right now! But I SUPPOSE if I had to recommend something else for someone who enjoyed it too, I would recommend NZ Post Finalist ‘The Bridge’, by Jane Higgins 🙂 – Jemma

  5. I’ve been dying to read these, would love this edition. Would be wonderful to win. I haven’t read The Hunger Games so not sure what to recommend as a read alike.

  6. I would recommend the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare, although the Hunger Games is still by far my favourite.

  7. My daughter has a new obsession the Hunger Games ! she is an avid reader and critic of great books so this to her would be the ultimate to own ! I have not seen her so excited since the Vampire Diaries which she has read again and again !

  8. I would recommend “Unwind” by Neil Shusterman. Fascinating YA book about teens who are nominated to have their organs harvested and effectively die. Sounds gory but is really thought provoking.

  9. I really loved the Hunger Games and would recommend the Uglies series, although I still think Hunger Games is by far the best.

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