Just because people starve in a book, doesn't mean that we will starve in the future....
("The Hunger Games")
More Quotes from Suzanne Collins:Let the Seventy-forth Hunger Games begin, Cato, I think. Let them begin for real.
When I break into the clearing, she's on the ground, hopelessly entangled in a net. She just has the time to reach her hand through the mesh and say my name before the spear enters her body.
Time and tragedy have forced her to grow too quickly, at least for my taste, into a young woman who stitches bleeding wounds and knows our mother can hear only so much.
I killed you. And you. And you.
The woods always look different at night...as if the daytime trees and flowers and stones had gone to bed and sent slightly more ominous versions of themselves to take their places.
You've got about as much charm as a dead slug.
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Pierre de Fermat
Also by my earliest days, I was fascinated by a utopian vision of what the world could be like. I've thought that science could be the basis for a better world, and that's what I've been trying to do all these years.
George E. Brown, Jr.
And the first commandment of feminism is: I am woman; thou shalt not tolerate strange gods who assert that women have capabilities or often choose roles that are different from men's.