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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins    (Continued)

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Since District 13 revolted and was completely destroyed, Hunger Games have been organized annually. Their aim is to remind the rest of the districts that they are all at the mercy of the mighty, corrupt government. Twelve boys and twelve girls are confined in an arena with adverse conditions. Only one can survive.

Katniss Everdeen succeeds in deceiving the Capitol circumvents the rules and manages to save both herself and the love of her life Peeta Mellark. Her audacity engenders intrepidity in the hearts of the tormented citizens of Panem. With joint forces districts and refugees pluck up the courage to wage a war against the malign government. Their desire to establish a new reign – to elect a president that would respect their needs and enhance their lifestyle.

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