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The Hunger Games Protocol: An informal manual and guide to the management of The Games and its tributes

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FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear citizen of New Panem,

For seventy fi ve years the Hunger Games have dominated our lives and
have been the source of much sorrow and fearful mystery.
Until now! Since the fall of the Snow régime much has come to light including three
revealing documents written by Magnus Augustus Clarr, CEO of the hunger games directorate and Avox
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Kindle Edition, 432 pages
Published May 19th 2015 by Contento Now (first published November 24th 2013)
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RumBelle
I was asked to review this book, and let me start off by saying it was very well written, detailed and, I must say chilling which, of course, was the point. The "author," Mr. Clarr, who was the director of the Hunger Games and the Avox office was writing, between the 73rd and 74th Hunger Games, an account of what the Games entailed. Clarr was a Capitol official through and through, and his book had the unmistakable tone of propaganda. He described the Games in tones that would make you believe ...more
Jia Xuan
This book is a guide to the inner workings of The Hunger Games, and it shows a lot the books by Suzanne Collins don't tell, and if you wonder a lot about the many different Games - about the various Mutts and any of the tributes before Katniss, Peeta, Finnick and the whole lot, this would be just the book for you.

This book goes clearly into the details of everything to do with The Hunger Games (not the books, but the actual Games), ranging from different types of arenas and Mutts. There are
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Rene
Aug 23, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I received an advanced copy to review for my honest opinion.

It really is a fascinating book, well written, with A LOT of thought put into it.

The author describes EVERYTHING that a tribute would have to face with great detail.

A recommended read for Hunger Games die hards.
Jenn - Reviews
Jan 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The premise of this book is great. The author has written it in a tone most appropriate for the theme and as a member if the Capitol. I actually find these Hunger Games stories very gruesome but understand the symbolism.
Sally Poppenbeck
Relatively fun fan fiction but that's really what it felt like - fan fiction.

Also, surprisingly fluffy for a book set in the absolutely relentless world of the Hunger Games, with a slightly surprising collection of happy endings for the assorted tributes and victors of the Games. I don't regret reading it, particularly, but I am not sure I'd spend money on reading something like this again.
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Robert Greenberg lives in north Narrabeen, Sydney,Australia and has worked in advertising, theatre and film and at time of writing has been married for 24 years and has two “reapable” sons and due to severe Dyslexia, couldn’t read or write till he was about fifteen years old…