"Katniss survives in a dystopian society, where just getting enough to eat is a daily struggle. She becomes a yearly tribute of sacrifice and must participate in the Hunger Games, a battle to the death against the other tributes, televised for the amusement of those in power. An intense, emotional, and ultimately moving page-turner threaded with suspense and a chilling sense of horror."
"Katniss tries to assume her old life, although nothing will ever be normal again. Unwittingly, she has sparked an uprising against the Capitol, with the President holding her personally responsible to quell the masses. After the victory tour, Katniss discovers a new twist of cruelty and realizes she will never be truly free."
"The war has begun, and once again Katniss finds herself the unwilling symbol of the rebellion. Yet with every crippling loss and crushing betrayal, Katniss breaks a little more, and finds herself questioning where exactly is the good in all the death and destruction."