Hunger Games Trilogy (Old Paperback)
What do you know about a dystopian society? A society where people live in fear for their lives. The Hunger Games trilogy is set in a dystopian society where the protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, has to fight for her life in the Annual Hunger Games arena while her mother and sister watch her make life altering choices that blur the lines between carnal and humanitarian, along with the rest of Panem. The second book in the series, Catching Fire, sees Katniss deal, albeit unsuccessfully, with the consequences of winning the Hunger Games. Besides trying to figure out the reason behind Gale Hawthorne's, her best friend, hostility towards her, she now has to deal with the surfacing rebellion against the Capitol which could be a result of her and Peeta Mellark's show at the end of Book 1. Panem is rebelling, a District 13 really does exist and after the Quarter Quell, Peeta has been captured by the Capitol. What will Katniss do? She is the symbol of hope for the people of Panem against the despot, Snow. She is being hailed as the Mockingjay, the girl on fire who will lead them to safety and freedom. The Hunger Games trilogy is the enthralling series of science fiction novels written by Suzanne Collins and published by Scholastic Inc. in 2012 and is available in paperback.
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