The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins

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American author and television writer Suzanne Collins She is best known for writing The Hunger Games and the Underland Chronicles series.


The story takes place in Panem, a dystopian society in North America after the end of the world.  The districts are governed by and their resources are managed by the Capitol, a wealthy and technologically advanced city.


As retribution for a long-gone rebellion, each year's participation in the Hunger Games is required of the twelve Districts. Each District must send two children between the ages of 12 and 18 to compete to the death for the Games.

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The story is about Katniss Everdeen, who is a 16-year-old girl from District 12, the poorest and least influential district in Panem, Peeta Mellark, the District 12 male tribute, is with her

A prep team that includes their mentor Haymitch, their sponsor Effie Trinket, and their stylists Cinna and Portia grooms Katniss and Peeta for the Hunger Games Additionally, Katniss started to question the authority of the Capitol and the unfairness of the Hunger Games.

Katniss and Peeta join forces with a group of other tributes during the Hunger Games, including Rue, a skilled tracker, and Cato, a formidable fighter.

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The Capitol declares Katniss and Peeta the winners, despite the odds against them. They are the last two tributes left standing.

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The Game Makers attempt to pit them against one another at the last minute, but Katniss and Peeta declare themselves winners because they are willing to die for one another.

But Katniss and Peeta don't kill each other, which changes the rules of the Hunger Games. After that, two tributes from the same district can win together.


ENDING -  Katniss and Peeta are heroes when they return to District 12; however, Katniss is aware that their victory has only stoked the ire of the Capitol and that she and Peeta will have to participate in the Hunger Games once more in the future.


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