“Let the Hunger Games begin”
The Hunger Games is a fictional novel that narrates the life of Katniss Everdeen, a 16-year-old girl, who by fate was trapped in a game of life and death, developed in a post-apocalyptic era, in a country named Panem, which was ruled by an oppressive government. With a variety of themes treated, this book also talks about life, family values and love. In addition, this book could give you a significant message on how people can face different life issues. The Hunger Games was written by Suzanne Collins, a best-seller author of another novel series such as The Underland Chronicles; she was named one of the Times Magazine’s most influential people of 2010 due to the popularity that The Hunger Games books has. The Hunger Games relates the story of how Katniss chose to replace her 12-year-old sister Primrose, in a game for her life. Furthermore, the novel was developed in a post-apocalyptical country named Panem, where once was placed North America; this country was divided in 12 district, that were repressed by Panem’s capital called The Capitol, a marvelous advanced city that rules with its superior technology over the other districts. Katniss lived in the 12 district with her mother and sister, being the head of the family on a very short aged due to the death of her father, she provided food for her family by haunting animals in the forest, a risky activity that could bring troubles for Katniss and her family, because it was forbidden by Capitol’s law. Nevertheless, she haunted with the consent of the local authorities, because they bought the dam from her; in fact, on this district people often starved due to they only dig coal for the Capitol, since each district had an activity to do for the Capitol. In a rebellion against the Capitol’s tyranny, the districts raised and were defeated. For the purpose of remind them the supremacy of the Capitol, the Hunter Games were created, a game were 2 tributes, a boy and a girl chosen by...
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