Both A Game of Thrones and The Hunger Games reflect the larger-degree trend toward negative social mood, and both are benefiting thereby. George R.R. Martin’s Thrones is a dark and grisly medieval tale of a society fragmenting into war. Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games, the first book in the trilogy, published in 2008 during an intensely negative social mood trend, paints an extremely relatable likeness of contemporary society.
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Why has the desire for love given way to the desire for sex?
Need a hint about the hero’s identity? Picture a grim, sexually voracious, revenge-seeking, anti-social, motorcycle riding, goth-dressing computer hacker…