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Untold Stories of the 49th Hunger Games

By Hutsune

Adventure / Action


This is the story of the tributes of the 49th annual Hunger Games, a story that, until now, has remained untold. Follow the different paths of the 24 tributes forced into this arena of death and learn how 23 of them died and how one managed to survive long enough to be crowned victor. Learn about their lives, their struggles and their utmost will to survive. Maybe you'll take a liking to Capri, the quiet, but witty, 17-year-old from District 7 who knows how to take care of herself. Or maybe Seni's more your style, the notorious playboy from District 1, hell bent on winning the Games. Maybe you'll be rooting for Evelyn who, against all odds, got reaped along with her childhood crush, Zach. Maybe you're captivated by Maddie's tragic past and are wondering just how this small 12-year-old is planning on getting her revenge on the family of her mother's killer. Maybe you want to know Lance's story, the story of an intelligent boy from District 4 who just wished that he could have found love before being sent to his death, or maybe you'd rather learn about his district partner Naomi, the girl who pretends to be a brainless blond but is actually a vicious killer. I'm sure Killian's story could amuse you, after all, the 13-year-old just wants a bit of fun, or maybe you'd rather have a more serious story, like Lara's, about a District 11 girl who will do anything to show the Capitol that she's not just a part of their games. Lexi is an interesting character to learn about; a tough street-fighter from District 6 who wants to lead a pack of tributes against the Careers, but maybe you'll rather want to support her district partner Vitz, the 18-year-old desperate to get home to his girlfriend and their unborn child. Lee's sexuality might fool you at first, but this District 9 boy is a force to be reckoned with, but if he's too fun loving for your taste, District 10's serious Braxton could be right up your street. Maybe 13-year-old Angela will be in your thoughts because I'm sure that you'll want to see her get home to the perfect family she nearly had. Seam born Vee could grab your attention or maybe your heart will go out to Shay, a sweet little girl completely terrified of the prospect of the Games. Or maybe it's Sierra you're hoping will win, the sadistic volunteer from District 2 who will do whatever it takes to become Victor. Even if it means killing her own brother.

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