However, she ultimately… 1531 Words 7 Pages The Hunger Games, the introductory novel in a trilogy book series written by author Suzanne Collins in 2008, is a young adult novel that surrounds a teenage girl named Katniss Everdeen in a futuristic tale of a teenager who defies all odds when they are stacked against her. Prim is dismayed by the Reaping at the beginning of the book and is proven right to be worried when she is selected for the games. The government has created the ultimate reality show, complete with technological challenges and constant monitoring of the movements of the participants. But take an old fogey's advice and read this book. She tells her that she has been spying on the camp that the careers have created by the cornucopia. Katniss was not originally chosen first, it was Prim. The only place in Panem that enjoys watching the Hunger Games is the Captiol.
Not only does she want to live, but she has an incredible… 1032 Words 5 Pages Corrupt governments, totalitarianism, and no recollection of the previous years, can describe not only the book, 1984, but also the book, the Hunger Games. Katniss eyes with her mother and sister, Primrose Everdeen. The Hunger Games is a novel written by Suzanna Collins. However, as she is leaving she is attacked by a girl from District two named Clove. She and Peeta are to be mentored by Haymitch, the only tribute that District 12 has had who was a winner of the Games.
As the first book of the trilogy, The Hunger Games is compelling reading and makes the reader want to read the next book immediately to find out what happens to Katniss and Peeta. Without sharing and helping, nobody could ever be happy in any; family. Ambition describes the main character of my book. I like the the movies a lot but the books are more interresting to reading. But he notes that he will not be doing that again and leaves. I think the idea is a little bit crazy that People who don´t know each other must kill each other but for a book or a film it is really great.
She does all this in the context of an all-out action-thriller told in straight-ahead yet subtle prose with a carefully calibrated level of edgy violence that never goes over the line. The Capitol enjoyed watching the tributes fight to the death in the arena. I would recommend the films and the books to everyone. The 24 contestants in the Hunger Games must kill each other and be the last one remaining. Katniss and Peeta believe they've won the Games but a voice announces that the previous rule change has been revoked. They are one of my favourite films because it is a very interesting story with a lot of action, but it is also very touching.
After the United States falling apart due to famine, war, and greed, a new country has formed named Panem. Not only does she have many duties, the weight of her entire family is on her. The authors purpose was to entertain readers. The book consists of 374 pages. Each tribute is given three minutes on stage.
Rue is killed, but Katniss remembers her by using the wisdom that she learned from Rue. The Gamemakers, knowing a double suicide will be an unsatisfying conclusion for the audience, quickly uphold their earlier ruling. She shows her strength in adversity and fights against the government that threatens to consume everything she loves. Peeta has loved Katniss since they were small children. In all though, I really did think that this was a very good book and I would suggest it to anyone who was considering reading it. It's not unduly gory, but there is lots of violence, all of it teen on teen.
Katniss Everdeen volunteered for her little sister Prim when she got chosen. However, Katniss discovers that managing to save Peeta has angered the President of Panem and even as a winner she is not safe from his games. Katniss is excited to see her family and Gale again. Though Ross conveys the inequalities and power abuse mentioned in the book, he also adapts some scenes to make this message easier for the audience to understand. Collins has stated that she drew on ideas from Roman and Greek mythology and reality television to create the book.
Give 3 reasons for your opinion. In reading this book I started to fear what would happen in our future, there are many strong resemblances between Panem and the modern world. The reaping system used to select the district tributes for the Hunger Games each year is. After awhile of this the districts get fed up and rebel. The next day she almost dies from a fire, during the fire the Gamemakers throw fireballs at her and some other tributes to gain excitement.