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Book report - The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, is a futuristic, sci-fi novel that takes in present day North America,

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´╗┐The Hunger Games The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, is a futuristic, sci-fi novel that takes in present day North America, known as Panem in the book. Panem is a country that is made up of 12 poor districts and a wealthy capitol. In the story the capitol rules over all the districts and the districts are to supply the capitol with the living essentials. The districts live in poverty and face the challenges of survival everyday. The main characters of the story are Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, and Gale Hawthorn. ...read more.


He is tall buff and belongs to a richer family so isn?t as scrawny as the other boys from District 12. He is madly in love with Katniss but is not sure if she feels the same way about him. Gale is Katniss? best friend he is two years older to her. The two of them met while hunting for food in the forest. Ever since they met they have been looking out for each other but after Katniss? public display of love for Peeta their friendship is going through challenging times. ...read more.


However, the main conflict is the one between all the districts and the capitol. The capitol holds the Hunger Games every year demonstrate their power to the districts. The Hunger Game is a big a free for all fight to the death between two tributes(candidates) from each district: one boy and one girl. The story starts when Katniss? little sister is chosen to participate in the Hunger Games and Katniss takes her place instead. Katniss faces many challenges and has an interpersonal conflict between Peeta and Gale. The conflict begins when Peeta and Katniss display their affection for each other, while Gale always liked Katniss. ...read more.

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