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This book is written by . It is a great book about survival, love, trust, and friendship. The main characters in this book is Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark.

In the first book Katniss and Peeta were the victors of the seventy-fourth annual Hunger Games. There was a rule although and that rule was if you go to the Games and win you won’t ever have to go back and you would get food, money, a big and fancy house, and be a mentor the next games. The year passes and to their surprise they had to be sent back to the games because it was the seventy-fifth Hunger Games and that mean that every twenty-five years there would be a quarter quell, all the pass victors go and fight in the Hunger games again. The same day they said goodbye to their families and left to the capital. Katniss and Peeta thought of a way to stop the games. They decided that they would pretend that Katniss was pregnant and that they were getting married! They thought that maybe that would stop the games. During the week in the Capitol they were being trained and got ready. On the final night, Peeta and Katniss announced that they were getting married and that Katniss was pregnant. Although that did not stop the games. The next morning Katniss was getting ready and saying goodbye to Sena , her dresser and the person who took care of her, and the Capitol soldiers came in and killed him, right in front of her! Then she was sent to a Cornucopia in Hawaii.

Once the ten seconds were over and the gun was shot. Before the game Haymitch, their mentor, gave them a token of their appreciation. Katniss got a golden mockingjay and Peeta got a gold bengal. And there was Finnick. Finnick was from a different district. They thought that he was against them and was ought to kill em. But once they saw what was on his wrist they knew that he was not their enemy he was their alli. They

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