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  • #1
    Suzanne Collins
    “Remember, we're madly in love, so it's all right to kiss me anytime you feel like it.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #2
    Suzanne Collins
    “You don’t forget the face of the person who was your last hope.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #3
    Suzanne Collins
    “Deep in the meadow, hidden far away
    A cloak of leaves, a moonbeam ray
    Forget your woes and let your troubles lay
    And when it's morning again, they'll wash away
    Here it's safe, here it's warm
    Here the daisies guard you from every harm
    Here your dreams are sweet and tomorrow brings them true
    Here is the place where I love you.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #4
    Suzanne Collins
    “Destroying things is much easier than making them.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #5
    Suzanne Collins
    “I don't want to lose the boy with the bread.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #6
    Suzanne Collins
    “You’ve got about as much charm as a dead slug.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #7
    Suzanne Collins
    “It takes ten times as long to put yourself back together as it does to fall apart.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #8
    Suzanne Collins
    “Yes, frosting. The final defense of the dying.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #9
    Suzanne Collins
    “Fire is catching! And if we burn, you burn with us!”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #10
    Suzanne Collins
    “Stupid people are dangerous.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #11
    Suzanne Collins
    “I always channel my emotions into my work. That way, I don't hurt anyone but myself.”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire


  • #12
    Suzanne Collins
    “I realize only one person will be damaged beyond repair if Peeta dies. Me.”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire


  • #13
    Suzanne Collins
    “You here to finish me off, Sweetheart?”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #14
    Suzanne Collins
    “Yes, and I’m sure the arena will be full of bags of flour for me to chuck at people.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #15
    Suzanne Collins
    “Sometimes, when I clean a kill, I feed Buttercup the entrails. He has stopped hissing at me.
    Entrails. No hissing. This is the closest we will ever come to love.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #16
    Suzanne Collins
    “Some walks you have to take alone.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #17
    Suzanne Collins
    “I don't want you forgetting how different our circumstaces are. If you die, and I live, there's no life for me at all back in District Twelve. You're my whole life." Peeta says. "I would never be happy again. It's different for you. I'm not saying it wouldn't be hard. But there are other people who'd make your life worth living."

    "No one really needs me," he says, and there's no selfpity in his voice. It's true his family doesn't need him. They will mourn him, as will a handfull of friends. But they will get on.... I realise only one person will be damaged beyond repair if Peeta dies. Me.

    "I do," I say. "I need you.”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire


  • #18
    Suzanne Collins
    “So I only say, "So what should we do with our last few days?"

    "I just want to spend every possible minute of the rest of my life with you," Peeta replies.”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire


  • #19
    Suzanne Collins
    “Oh, Peeta, Don't make me sorry I restarted your heart.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #20
    Suzanne Collins
    “Closing my eyes doesn't help. Fire burns brighter in the darkness.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #21
    Suzanne Collins
    “I'm going to wake Peeta," I say.
    "No, wait," says Finnick. "Let's do it together. Put our faces right in front of his."
    Well, there's so little opportunity for fun left in my life, I agree. We position ourselves on either side of Peeta, lean over until our faces are inches frim his nose, and give him a shake. "Peeta. Peeta, wake up," I say in a soft, singsong voice.
    His eyelids flutter open and then he jumps like we've stabbed him. "Aa!"
    Finnick and I fall back in the sand, laughing our heads off. Every time we try to stop, we look at Peeta's attempt to maintain a disdainful expression and it sets us off again.”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire


  • #22
    Suzanne Collins
    “I pull an arrow, whip the notch into place, and am about to let it fly when I'm stopped by the sight of Finnick kissing Peeta. And it's so bizarre, even for Finnick.”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire


  • #23
    Suzanne Collins
    “Katniss. I remember about the bread.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #24
    Suzanne Collins
    “There's a chance that the old Peeta, the one who loves you, is still inside. Trying to get back to you. Don't give up on him.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #25
    Suzanne Collins
    “She's not here," I tell him. Buttercup hisses again. "She's not here. You can hiss all you like. You won't find Prim." At her name, he perks up. Raises his flattened ears. Begins to meow hopefully. "Get out!" He dodges the pillow I throw at him. "Go away! There's nothing left for you here!" I start to shake, furious with him. "She's not coming back! She's never ever coming back here again!" I grab another pillow and get to my feet to improve my aim. Out of nowhere, the tears begin to pour down my cheeks. "She's dead, you stupid cat. She's dead.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #26
    Suzanne Collins
    “Peeta opens his mouth for the first bite without hesitation. He swallows, then frowns slightly. "They're very sweet."
    "Yes they're sugar berries. My mother makes jam from them. Haven't you've ever had them before?" I say, poking the next spoonful in his mouth.
    "No," he says, almost puzzled. "But they taste familiar. Sugar berries?"
    "Well, you can't get them in the market much, they only grow wild," I say. Another mouthful goes down. Just one more to go.
    "They're sweet as syrup," he says, taking the last spoonful. "Syrup." His eyes widen as he realizes the truth. I clamp my hand over his mouth and nose hard, forcing him to swallow instead of spit. He tries to make himself vomit the stuff up, but it's too late, he's already losing consciousness. Even as he fades away, I can see in his eyes what I've done is unforgiveable.
    I sit back on my heels and look at him with a mixture of sadness and satisfaction. A stray berry stains his chin and I wipe it away. "Who can't lie, Peeta?" I say, even though he can't hear me.”
    Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games


  • #27
    Suzanne Collins
    “They'll either want to kill you, kiss you, or be you.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #28
    Suzanne Collins
    “I know what blood poisoning is, Katniss," says Peeta. "Even if my mother isn't a healer."
    I'm jolted back in time, to another wound, another set of bandages. "You said that same thing to me in the first Hunger Games. Real or not real?"
    "Real," he says. "And you risked your life getting the medicine that saved me?"
    "Real." I shrug. "You were the reason I was alive to do it.”
    Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay


  • #29
    Suzanne Collins
    “And to us, we're more married than any piece of paper or big party could make us.”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire


  • #30
    Suzanne Collins
    “I swear if you cry, I'll kill you here and now.'
    Cinna just smiles. 'Had a damp morning?'
    'You could wring me out.' I reply”
    Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire




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