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Rue and Katniss team up, but their alliance is short-lived, as Rue is soon killed.

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The Gamemakers who run the Game announce that the rules have been changed so that there can be two winners from the same district, likely to ratchet up the tension of the Games for the viewing audience by getting Katniss to go and try to help Peeta, who was injured by Cato when he saved Katniss.

And Katniss does immediately set off to find Peeta. The Gamemakers announce that all remaining contestants can get something they badly need at the Cornucopia where the games began.

Katniss returns to Peeta with her package, which turns out to be medicine that soon returns him back to health. Ultimately, Katniss, Peeta, and Cato are the last remaining tributes, and Katniss and Peeta gather at the lake to wait for Cato. However, all three are attacked by genetically altered wolf-creatures who are in fact the revivified and modified bodies of the other dead contestants , and there is a final confrontation on top of the golden horn of the Cornucopia in which Katniss shoots Cato in the hand and lets him fall off the Cornucopia where he is mauled by the wolf-creatures.

Katniss puts him out of his misery with another arrow shot. In desperation, Katniss comes up with a plan, giving Peeta and herself each a handful of poison berries that Peeta had accidentally gathered.

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On the count of three, they start to place the berries in their mouths, committing joint suicide, but the announcer stops them in a panic, announcing that they have both won the Hunger Games. Cao, Diana. Retrieved June 21, Copy to Clipboard. If you're one of the people who feels angry about that, consider that perhaps the people who read BR, then THG, and noticed the same glaring similarities as I might feel the same way.

Moving on, the romance. The romance in this book drove me insane. I don't understand what the constant need to have a love triangle is, but people who say, "There are no teams!

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If there were never meant to be teams, and if this book didn't want to have "just another love triangle" That's the way it is, I'm afraid. I am absolutely and utterly sick of love triangles, and what was worse about this one was the second I read Peeta's name and his history with Katniss, I knew it was going to be all about Katniss loving Peeta and Gale trying to muscle in. It was predictable, and a Plot Tumor. Think of how amazing this book could have been had there been no romance, or if Katniss had actually been forced to kill Peeta.

I literally waited, with baited breath, for Katniss to kill Peeta. But she didn't. Convenience saved her. The synopsis of this book suggests that Katniss's humanity will be questioned, and she will be forced to make agonizing decisions in the name of her survival, but never once does she kill for the sake of herself.

Every kill she makes is either in mercy, accidental or in lieu of child murder Marvel's death was carried out after he speared Rue; Katniss's killing him would then play out as comeuppance rather than Katniss killing for the sake of herself. Katniss's hands remain proverbially clean, the whole way through the Games.

This is simply not what I signed up for. It's unrealistic, to begin with.

Biologically, the human body and mind is wired for survival at all costs. It's true.

Think about it: when someone develops dementia, the mind literally breaks down to nothing. Why, then, does the body not simply give up? Why doesn't it shut down, because the mind no longer works? Survival is why. The main objective of life is to do exactly that: live it.

Animals exhibit this to a tee. Smaller animals have faster heartbeats than larger animals, because the lower down they are in the food chain, the more ready they are always required to be to rely on flight to escape predators.

This is why Katniss's lily-white innocence remaining intact until the end irks me. She never has to make any difficult decisions. She is never forced to wrestle with her humanity, give up her principles, shame herself in front of the people who love her who must watch her participate.

She is unabashedly perfect.

Her inability to make friends doesn't even factor in; everyone immediately adores her regardless. People are willing to die for her, for heaven's sake. The Capitol practically eats the dirt she walks on.

And this doesn't change over the course of the series. I like flaws, man.

What can I say? Perfection doesn't interest me. Innocence doesn't interest me, especially in a dystopian setting, where brutality is law-enforced. It just doesn't convince me, is all. Having said all that, I simply cannot fault Collins' amazing ability to build suspense. I'll put a pin in the excruciatingly boring first pages, and say that the portion of this book that featured the actual Games was just thrilling.

The prose was sparse, with the feeling of unedited thought; I love that.

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A lot of people don't, but I do. Actually, come to think of it, Collins' writing was stellar overall. I'm a huge fan of first person present tense, especially during snappy and gripping action scenes, of which this book had many.

These books just piss me off.He feels that he is forced by the To sum up, the Marxism perspective in the concept Capitol. It can get more motivation to have to have the achievement of their power. To analyze to topic by applying this approach is helping this study to be 3. The Official Website of Stephanie Meyer.

Haymitch warns her that the danger is far from over. Katniss's hands remain proverbially clean, the whole way through the Games. This would be They are as follow: their power of killing someone.

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