S: Book Reviews
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FC: Book Reviews
1: Table of Contents Hunger Games Romeo & Juliet To Kill a Mockingbird 13 Reasons Why,
2: The Hunger Games
3: The Hunger Games series is set in a post-apocalyptic world deemed Panem. The book is narrated by a sixteen year old girl named Katniss, who is chosen to participate in an event called the Hunger Games. The Hunger Games are a way for the Capitol to control Panems citizensPanems government, the Capitol, controls twelve districts that contains all of Panems citizens.
4: Romeo and Juliet
5: Romeo and Juliet is a play that was written by William Shakespeare in the 1590's. This story tells of two star-crossed lovers whose love is forbidden by their feuding families, the Montague's and Capulet's. Romeo and Juliet is a tragic drama.
6: To Kill a Mockingbird
7: This book follows the story of a young girl named Scout who lives in Maycomb Alabama with her brother Jem and her father Atticus, who is a lawyer.It's during the Great Depression and their father is the middle of what they're calling the Tom Robinson case. It involves a black man being accused of raping a white woman. As the trial progresses, so does the tension that has risen in the once quiet town of Maycomb Alabama.
8: 13 Reasons Why
9: Jay Ashers novel 13 reasons why is about a girl, Hannah Baker, that commits suicide. The girl makes a set of tapes prior to her death and sends them to all of the people that she feels contributed to her death. The book is narrated by one of Hannah's friends and crushes Clay Jensen. Asher takes us through an era of Hannah Bakers life that lead her to suicide.