hunger games

Topics: Love Pages: 2 (551 words) Published: May 22, 2014
Ally Rose
1/1/2014
6th period
CR#6b-1
The Hunger Games, Mockingjay; Susanne Collins
Chapter one through 3
Summary: President Snow finds out that Katniss never really loved peeta, and her stunt with the berries was just an act of rebellian, not because she loved Peeta. Snow tells Katniss that she needs to convince him as well as the city of Panem, that her and Peeta are really in love, or else Gale, her best friend, and his family will pay for it. Peeta proposes to her while they are on a victory tour and Snow says it still isn't enough. Katniss is relieved by this becuase she no longer has to pretend like she loves Peeta. She comes up with a plan to take all her close family and friends and run away into the woods. Gale and Katniss meet up in the woods to talk about her plan, and while they are out there, they kiss. Some how president Snow gets video footage of it and now he not only knows that she does't really love Peeta, but that she also goes in the woods illegally. Gale decides he doesn't want to run away with her and he would rather stay and fight the capitol along with all the other districs. Reaction: The book has a lot of minor colnficts so far. I am waiting for something big to happen, something exciting. Im very curious to see what President Snow is going to do to katniss for rebeling. It is hard for me to put down this book, becuase there is always something going on! This book makes me feel kind of sad and depressed, because Katniss just has such a hard time and I get really into the book and I feel for her. She doesn't know who she really loves and President Snow is threatening to kill all her friends and family. But at the same time, it makes me feel like I could do anything, because Katniss keeps going even after all these hardships. The main idea of this book is to show that that you can overcome anything you put your mind to. Katniss has to overcome so many pradicaments yet she still keeps going and keeps fighting for what she...
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