I’m reading the first book in the Hunger Games trilogy, and I already can see that I will be writing a glowing, flattering review.
But before that, there is one negative thing that I want to discuss.
Once and once only.
The books in the trilogy consistently refer to the story’s capital city as the capitol. The correct word is capital.
Capital refers to a city, such as a city where a legislature meets.
Capitol refers to a building, such as the flagship building where a legislature meets.
It follows that one can tour the capitol in the capital.
Author, editor, and publisher, please make a note of this.
You know who you are, so I won’t say your names.