- - [ the games were always a part of your life, but as a capitol citizen — and the child of a gamemaker — you always thought you’d be safe from them. you sat there and looked pretty while the districts slowly died, their life leeched out of them by a game that mocked their existence, their very thoughts. but then the rebellion happened, and suddenly— suddenly, your safety is gone, lost, and the games seem so much more sinister.
- - [ you never thought you’d have to fight against your friends. you were wrong.