The Hunger Games Pros And Cons

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like many years in the future where the government has changed, and we were no longer a part of the “free world”? Have you ever wondered what would happen if we revolted against the new system? In The Hunger Games trilogy, author Suzanne Collins explores that exact scenario. In the first book The Hunger Games, Collins paints a picture of a kind of post- apocalyptic America called Panem. Panem consists of 12 districts, each of which supply the capitol with a needed resource such as farmed crops, and hydraulic energy, and the Capitol, where life is perfect. The people in the districts live very poorly and fight for food everyday. To keep tight reins on the districts, the Capitol holds…show more content…
When a young archer Katniss’ younger sister Prim is chosen at the reaping, Katniss becomes the first voluntary tribute, and the first to win with her district 12 partner, Peeta Mellark in the 74th Hunger Games. Catching Fire is a gripping, compelling and action- packed sequel that begins with the annual Victory Tour. The Victors must travel to every district and visit the citizens, make speeches about the game, and to celebrate another year of mass murder. The victors did not enjoy it. While on the tour, Katniss accidentally spikes 2 Erhabor up the rebellion that President Snow and the civilians in the districts could already feel given the unique events of that year. President Snow wanted her dead, and he had a perfectly cruel way to do it. Every 25 years, Panem has a “Quarter Quell” where a special twist put on the games. That year, the dictating President Snow’s illegal twist was that “On the 75th anniversary, as a reminder to the rebels that even the strongest among them cannot overcome the power of the Capitol, the male and female tributes will be reaped

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