The final 'Hunger Games' movie, 'Mockingjay: Part 2' is due this fall. It seems like Suzanne Collins, or Scholastic (perhaps wisely) prevented the publication of a tie-in edition, meaning one that features the movie-poster on the cover. Which leads us to a question for this week:

Once a book is made into a film, can you get the image of the actor out of your head when imagining a character? Can you no longer imagine the character your own way? Does the film enhance or ruin your reading experience?

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