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The Hunger Games
Set in a futuristic world of survival of the fittest for the enjoyment or horror of the game’s viewers, The Hunger Games opens with the selection of a female and a male who will represent District 12. Overall, there are twelve districts in the competition, so twenty-four representatives will fight for their survival in a deadly game where only one is eligible to be the victor and live. In order to win the competition, each representative or “tribute” must appeal to the audience to gain the good will of sponsors in order to obtain assistance throughout the game. Additionally, each tribute must use their hunting and survival skills in the wilderness where he or she will kill or be the prey of others in The Hunger Games.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Katniss Everdeen is a triumphant warrior who, along with Peeta Mellark, triumphed in the 74th Hunger Games. Both teens can feel secure in the knowledge that they have helped their families to survive another year by providing a larger measure of food to their portion of the country. Still, they will not be able to take it easy now that they are champions. The co-champions are required to go on a lengthy publicity tour to greet people from all around Panem. While there is some prestige associated with this task, it also makes them targets, as not everyone is happy with how the government is being run. Killing them could spark a much-desired revolution.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
Part 1 of this two part conclusion to the popular movie trilogy series sees Katniss Everdeen assume her role in the rebellion. The conflict escalates into destruction for districts and those closest to her are soon put in danger. She must make the decision to save Peeta while following the direction of Commander Coin as fighting escalates. Possible betrayals change everything she has known and sets her on the path to become a true hero.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
After the destruction of her home district, Katniss Everdeen, “the girl on fire,” has survived. Now symbolized as the Mockingjay, Katniss serves as the face of the rebellion against the Capitol. With Panem in the midst of war, Katniss must work with Gale and the rebels to overthrow the Capitol all while dealing with a President who wants her dead, a brainwashed Peeta, and great sacrifices by her friends and family for the cause. Still tied up in a seemingly endless love triangle with Peeta and Gale, Katniss’ strength is put to the test.