(Reuters) - Fans of "The Hunger Games" will soon have a chance to channel the survivalist spirit of the novel's heroine by zip-lining through a North Carolina forest and taking classes in camouflage, archery, making fire and shelter-building.
Some young fans of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games novel are lamenting the new film adaptation... for rather unsettling reasons. The characters Rue and Thresh — who fight alongside heroine Katniss Everdeen in a government-sponsore... Read Post
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