The Hunger Games: Breaking Freedom

As you know I'm obsessed with the Hunger Games so I thought that I would make a fourth book about Katniss' life with her children and Peeta. YOU NEED TO HAVE READ ALL THE HUNGER GAMES BOOKS!


18. Ellie

We feel way more confident walking in the top notch streets of the Capitol. People still stare at my feet, but it's much more comfortable than the wind whistling through paper. 

"Guys, look out." Keenie whispers, nodding to her right. We glance over, and see a man in white uniform heading toward us. We slightly quicken our speed, and Hannah starts to hyperventilate.  I keep myself as calm as possible. 

"Hey, calm." I lean to Hannah and whisper. She holds her breath in return. A thin black pole hits Jana in the back. I gasp and grab Hannah, pushing her behind me. Jana doesn't make a sound, but falls on contact. Keenie immediately tends to her. Nothing seems to be wrong. The uniformed man smiles at what he has done.  

"What are you doing out here? Get where you belong or she's next." He points the pole at Hannah, who quivers before him. I push her farther back. He turns and walks away, disgusted. I bend down and pick Jana up. She winches but continues to walk with us. We are more careful about peackeepers this time.

In a few hours we are tuckered out. We made it halfway through the city, and we cannot go any further. Food is becoming a painful problem, and we haven't done anything physical in years. 

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