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2. What message do you think the writer is trying to convey in the book? Is the message clearly delivered to the readers? Why and why not?
Interdependence and independence
Stay alive no matter what
There is still hope no matter what
Totalitarian government
Everyone should have the courage to stand up and fight
Human life are precious
Make sacrifice
Protect the your beloved people
Loyalty and trust is important
Each person has his/her own destiny

Clear the writer emphasizes that many times through words and actions

Not Clear the readers need to read between the lines to find out the message received by everyone is different

3. Who is the most outstanding character in the book? Why?

Katniss mockingjay role model spiritual leader carry many responsibility brave strong, determined and independent smart (understands Wiress) always protect the one she loves (shields Gale to keep him from being whipped) a bit self-centred not socially adept impulsive conflict feelings towards Gale and Peeta
nice guy good at public speaking strong kind and selfless good liars brave willing to sacrifice his own life to save Katniss have goals and strategy always protect the one she loves (shields Gale to keep him from being whipped) does not really have the fire lack of self-preservation

Sacrifice their lives to save Katniss

4. What do you think happens during the climax in the story? Is it a powerfully developed climax?

Climax is the most exciting part, turning point or when the major conflict finally gets resolved

Katniss and Peeta discover that the Quarter Quell, a glorified version of the Hunger Games and the male and female tributes will be reaped from the existing pool of victors. They need to go back to the arena and fight.

Johanna and Katniss were running the metal wire to the beach area, making the beach a conductor to electrocute everything in its path when the lightning struck. However,

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