Endgame: The Calling, By James Frey



Fast Facts:

  • Genre: Dystopian
  • Recommended For: Fans of the Hunger Games
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars

This book takes place in a futuristic world where 12 “players” ages 13-19 compete to solve an ancient puzzle. James Frey crafted Endgame cleverly and beautifully! I absolutely couldn’t put it down until the end of the last page! Endgame is complex and not just a simple read, it has the perfect amount of action and romance. Anyone who loves the Hunger Games will be intrigued by this book. Endgame: The Calling is a fantastic book and I am very excited for what comes next!

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Catching Fire trivia Saturday Nov. 2nd at the Bethany Library


Catching FireAre you a Hunger Games superfan?  Are you ready to match wits against other fans?  Come to our Catching Fire teen trivia night Saturday, November 2nd at the Bethany Library.  Event starts at 6 PM.  We’ll play several rounds of jeopardy style trivia.  We’ll even show the Hunger Games in part of the library if you don’t want to do trivia.  Expect snacks and prizes as well.  Free event for grades 6-12.

Teen Movie Night Saturday Feb 23rd at Bethany Library


hunger games pinThis Saturday at 6 PM at the Bethany Library, we’ll be showing the popular movie based on Suzanne Collins’ popular dystopian series.  Expect trivia, snacks and prizes at our teen movie night screening.  How well do you know the books and the movie?  You’ll need that knowledge to compete in our trivia challenge.  The movie is PG-13.  Event is for grades 6-12.

Companion books for the Hunger Games movie!


With the Hunger Games movie almost upon us, the library has recently received several books about the movie along with some companion books and parodies.  Take a look below and prepare yourselves for the arena! 

Hunger Games Tribute Guide by Emily Seife

Hunger Games: official illustrated movie companion

Unofficial Hunger Games cookbook: from lamb stew to “groosling” by Emily Baines

Parodies of the Hunger Games – If the intensity and drama of the book is a little too over the top for you, you may want to check out these book parodies that poke some fun at the Hunger Games phenomenon.

Hunger Pains: a parody by the Harvard Lampoon

Hunger Pains by Stefan Petrucha (this one is in the comic/graphic novel format)

Hunger but Mainly Death Games: a parody by Bratniss Everclean

And if you like science fiction movie phenomenons, but maybe not the Hunger Games one, here are a few new Star Wars titles that we’ve recently collected, including a sweet Milennium Falcon repair manual!

Jedi Path by Daniel Wallace

Star Wars Millennium Falcon: modified YT-1300 Corellian freighter: owner’s workshop manual by Ryder Windham