By Janelle Blasdel
CliffsNotes on Collins’ The starvation Games analyzes the wildly renowned first novel in The starvation video games trilogy, during which the Capitol forces each one of Panem's 12 districts to settle on kids to take part within the starvation video games, a ugly, televised struggle to the dying. within the twelfth district, Katniss Everdeen steps in for her little sister and enters the video games, the place she is torn among her emotions for her searching accomplice, Gale Hawthorne, and the district's different tribute, Peeta Mellark, whilst she fights to stick alive.
The starvation video games will swap Katniss' existence perpetually, yet her acts of humanity and defiance may possibly simply swap the video games, too.
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I stand, though I’m weak and dizzy from the serum. The room is packed with people, shoulder to shoulder, and I can’t find the exit for a few long seconds, until someone takes my arm, a boy with warm brown skin and a wide smile —Uriah. He guides me to the door. Everyone starts talking. Uriah leads me down the hallway to the elevator bank. The elevator doors spring open when he touches the button, and I follow him in, still not steady on my feet. ” “No. She expects you to be hotheaded. ” I feel like everything inside me is vibrating with energy, in anticipation of what is to come.
I thought I would leave that to you,” I say. ” I know as I’m saying the words that they hit a sore spot in both of us. She lied to me so many times. She promised me she wouldn’t go to her death in the Erudite compound when Jeanine demanded the sacrifice of a Divergent, and then she did it anyway. She told me she would stay home during the Erudite attack, and then I found her in Erudite headquarters, working with my father. I understand why she did all those things, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t still broken.
CliffsNotes on Collins' The Hunger Games by Janelle Blasdel