Kate Egan


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The Hunger Games: Official ...

4.51 avg rating — 136,947 ratings — published 2012 — 11 editions
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The World of the Hunger Games

4.48 avg rating — 17,399 ratings — published 2012 — 9 editions
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Catching Fire: The Official...

4.58 avg rating — 4,652 ratings — published 2013 — 7 editions
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4.60 avg rating — 4,057 ratings — published 2014 — 8 editions
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Worlds Apart (W.I.T.C.H. Ch...

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The Darkest Dream (W.I.T.C....

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“In The Hunger Games, there's something for everyone.
A gripping adventure.
A political commentary.
A love story.
A cautionary tale.
Some call it science fiction, some call it potential reality.
Some say it's for teenagers, some say it's for adults.
The book--and now the film--captures themes and concerns that seem timely.
But its real strength, in the end, is that it's timeless. It speaks to us today, and it will speak--even more powerfully--tomorrow.”
Kate Egan, The Hunger Games: Official Illustrated Movie Companion

“I felt that Lionsgate really understood the material and that they would let us make a faithful adaptation; that they wouldn't soften it, they wouldn't age up the characters, to make them older so that it would be more palatable. I felt that the power of the book was in the youth of these protagonists and that you couldn't cheat on that in terms of their age in the story. Lionsgate was on board for, of course, the PG-13 version of the movie, not something full of blood and guts, but something more thematically driven. -Nina Jacobson, pg. 14”
Kate Egan, The Hunger Games: Official Illustrated Movie Companion

“The Hunger Games gets people invested in a contest. People are rooting for their favorites, rooting for their survival. And suddenly, unwittingly, the people being oppressed are actually engaged in this form of entertainment...The way you get control of people is to make them participate, not just subjugate them." -Gary Ross, pg. 154”
Kate Egan, The Hunger Games: Official Illustrated Movie Companion

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