I'm relieved Peeta's alive. I tell myself again that if I get killed, his winnings will benefit my mother and Prim the most. This is what I tell myself to explain the conflicting emotions that arise when I think of Peeta. The gratitude that he game an edge by professing his love for me in the interview. The anger at his superiority on the roof. The dread that we may come face-to-face at any moment in this arena.
("The Hunger Games")
More Quotes from Suzanne Collins:Violent. Distrustful. Manipulative. Deadly.
If he wants me broken, then I will have to be whole.
I had to do that. At least once.
My nightmares are usually about losing you. I'm okay once I realize you're here.
The realization that I'd have nothing to take home had finally sunk in. My knees buckled and I slid down the tree trunk to its roots. It was too much. I was too sick and weak and tired, oh, so tired. Let them call the Peacekeepers and take us to the community home, I thought. Or better yet, let me die right here in the rain.
Katniss, there is no District Twelve...
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