Book Summary


Fifteen years later, Peeta and Katniss have had two children, a girl and a boy. The children don’t quite understand the role their parents played in the Hunger Games, although the girl is asking more and more questions about it.

Katniss fears that at any moment her happiness could be taken away from her but comforts herself with a mental game that focuses on acts of goodness she has witnessed; she knows there are worse games she could play.

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