Hunger Games

Topics: The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire Pages: 1 (372 words) Published: May 17, 2013
Literary Letter
During this book I had many questions and scenarios for my question but didn’t fully understand my own questions until I was done the book. I have been reading this book for a couple of weeks now and am finally finished. I have been reading the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, the type of genre is Sci-fi and I have read the entire book. One of my questions was if I could be anyone in the book who would I be. My answer would be Peeta Mellark because he is a kind, caring, and good hearted young man. He has loved the main character in the book since he was 5 and saves her life multiple times, and when it comes down to the final scene no matter what pain he is in he is always by her side to the end. Another one of my questions was what character did I dislike the most. I would say Glimmer is my most hated or disliked character in the book. She is one of the Career Tributes, who have trained most of their lives for the games. She is described as being gorgeous, with blonde hair and emerald eyes, and she plays up her good looks to gain sponsors and an edge in the competition. She becomes Katniss' first kill. Glimmer is selfish girl who only wants to win. The final question I had was, What is the author trying to say about one of the following topics in the book. I believe courage is the best topic the author tries to talk about in the book. During the whole competition Katniss and Peeta were faced with many challenges trying to survive the elements of nature or their worst enemy themselves. The author showed that no matter what challenges came there way they would face them together and that if they failed they failed together. My favorite quote from this book is “I wish I could freeze this moment, right her, right now and live in it forever”(Katniss 45). It means live your life to the fullest we are young and you never know what might come your way or what might happen the next day of your life
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