The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (The Hunger Games #0) by Suzanne Collins Free Book PDF/ePub
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes PDF/ePub
|Book Name||The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes|
|Series||The Hunger Games #0|
|PDF Size||5.52 MB|
|ePub Size||2.03 MB|
|Related||Things We Hide From The Light|
Suzanne Collins’s The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes is available in ePub and PDF. Online reading. The first Hunger Games.
Information about the story The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes
The tenth annual Hunger Games will begin on the morning of harvest. The 18-year-old Coriolanus Snow is preparing for the Olympics in the nation’s capital where he will act as a mentor. In order to coach the winning tribute and save the once-powerful house of Snow, which has fallen to hard straits, Coriolanus must outsmart, out-charm, and out-maneuver his other students.
He has a struggle ahead of him. He has been given District 12’s female tribute as a mentor because she is the lowest of the low. Now that their fates are intertwined, Coriolanus’ choices could either lead to his success or his terrible demise. There won’t be any leniency for losers within the arena. On the outside of the arena, Coriolanus grows attached to his tragic homage and is forced to choose between abiding by the law and doing whatever it takes to survive.
About the Author Suzanne Collins
Suzanne Collins has been a busy children’s television writer since 1991. She has worked on a number of Nickelodeon programmes, including Clarissa Explains It All, for which she was nominated for an Emmy, and The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, in which she portrayed a detective. Also She authored several episodes for the animated preschool series Little Bear and Oswald, for which she received an Emmy nomination.
She also contributed to the legendary Rankin/Bass Santa, Baby! Christmas special. Recently, I directed and served as showrunner for episodes of Clifford’s Puppy Days from Scholastic Entertainment. James Proimos, co-creator of Generation O! and a writer of children’s books, encouraged her to start writing for young readers.
One day, when rereading Alice in Wonderland, she realised how outlandish the story’s pastoral setting must seem to children who were raised in urban areas like her own. Because they are aware that there won’t be a tea party at the bottom, New Yorkers prefer manholes to rabbit holes. Can you even imagine…?
“Gregor the Overlander,” the first book in her five-volume series The Underland Chronicles, is based on this idea. When Charlie McButton Lost Power, a rhyming picture book, was co-written by Suzanne and Mike Lester. After moving to Connecticut, they discovered two stray animals in their backyard. Her novels The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay are adored by young adults. The Georgia Peach is one of the many honours bestowed upon these novels.
The Songbirds and Snakes Ballad Summary of the Book
The novel is well-liked and has sparked a wide range of reactions. After all, we appreciate any attention.
I can see why many didn’t like it. In hindsight, it’s simple to understand why so many people who had high expectations for a movie like “The Hunger Games” were let down by the final result. Regarding me? The only thing I knew going in was that President Snow would be involved, and even that was a stretch. I’ll tell you what, though! It was so much fun to read! XD While reading this book, my inner Slytherin/Dark Court faerie was in heaven. (As was the part of me that likes collecting hints that relate to the original triology.)
Although Coriolanus Snow is neither a hero nor a particularly nice person, he is shrewd and makes effective use of his skills. I found it intriguing to see the tributes and their mentors plot, fib, deceive, and backstab. It continued the narrative, had me pay more attention to some of Coryo’s classmates, and gave me more insight into Snow. But I still hate the guy. A novel can be enjoyable even if the reader doesn’t like the protagonist.
Therefore, you’ll probably enjoy this book if you’re looking for a slow read that emphasises the art of con games. I’m sorry to disappoint you, but you’ll need to look elsewhere if you’re looking for a fast-paced adventure with a rewarding redemption story. This is not an upbeat story where good triumphs over evil.