The Hunger Games Climbs Top of USA Today’s Bestseller List Again

The Hunger Games is already starting to rejoin the best seller lists, well ahead of their movie. This time it has reached the number one spot again on USA Today’s list. Catching Fire is in second and Mocking Jay is in fourth place. Not bad for a series that sold well during the holidays to stay on this current track. Even USA Today has taken notice of that. Here is what they had to say about the book.

For the second consecutive week,The Hunger Games, the first book in Suzanne Collins’ dystopian trilogy for teens, is No. 1 on USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list. But unlike last week, the e-book is now outselling the paperback.

I think it is safe to assume that it has something to do with the upcoming movie. Everybody is wanting to know the story before it airs on the silver screen. That way they can fairly compare it to the books. And who can with them on that? Everybody loves to see how close the movies follow the books well because many movies tend to stray from the original books.

Are you happy that the novels keep hanging on to the bestseller list? I am, and I think it is proof that the series isn’t just a fad. While it may not be exactly like Twilight or Harry Potter, I do think that this series will stick around longer than most of us thought it would.

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Sarah Peel is a freelance writer/blogger who has written for many sites and is the owner of Miss Virtual Reality

2 Comments

  1. Chris

    January 10, 2012 at 2:45 am

    The Hunger Game books are much more cleverly written than Twilight. To compare the two is in my opinion a disregard for the depth of the Hunger Games, compared to Twilights melancholy love story. I certainly hope the movie doesn’t let all the fans down.

  2. Jake

    February 4, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    Harry Potter > Hunger Games >>>>>>> Twilight

    My opinion is popular.

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