She interprets this as a threat from Snow to kill Peeta, and refuses to do any additional filming. Once the attack is over, Katniss surveys the destroyed hospital. Katniss gives an inspiring speech, asking District 2 to join the fight, but an unknown man shoots Katniss from the crowd. When she returns, she watches an interview between and Peeta. A shrilling alarm sounds, to evacuate the upper levels into the bunkers. At first, the others are wary of the plan, but they decide to go forward with it. In other districts, Katniss can sense an undercurrent of repressed rage that suggests people are ready to rebel.
Eventually Katniss finds herself pressing on alone towards Snow's mansion, which has supposedly been opened to shelter Capitol children but is actually intended to provide human shields for Snow. Katniss is still trying to make sense of her feelings for Gale, and it is especially hard now as she worries constantly about Peeta, who was captured by the Capitol, wondering if he is alive or dead. Spoilers The synopsis below may give away important plot points. As they move through the streets of the Capitol, they find themselves right in the heart of the Capitol streets and are at a risk of being seen. Peeta suggests that they kill him, but Katniss won't allow it - saying that he is too important to the mission to lose. In Katniss, Collins has crafted a heroine so fierce and tenacious that this reader will follow her anywhere.
In the books, we never really get an answer about who Heavensbee is really working for. However, Johanna is not permitted to join, as the hydrophobia that the Capitol instilled in her through their torture still lingers in her mind. Part 2: The Assault Katniss is horrified by the way Peeta is being treated. They fly over to District 8 where she visits a hospital full of wounded rebels. A huge crowd of young children are huddled behind the barricade as Katniss watches a hovercraft marked with the Capitol seal drop dozens of parachutes down on the children, containing medical supplies such as food and water.
When it's all clear, Katniss makes another propo, while rebel teams go to rescue Peeta. This is why later on when she decides to become the Mockingjay, she asks for the immunity of Peeta and the other tributes as well as hunting rights for her and Gale, the right to keep Buttercup for Prim, and permission to kill Snow. A rebellion is unfolding and war is on the brink. Meanwhile, Finnick and Annie get married. The Squad are shaken by the many deaths from the team as now only Katniss, Peeta, Gale, Cressida and Pollux are alive.
Katniss goes to visit Snow in jail, remembering that she is to kill him. She is unsure of the feelings she has for him. However, it enabled him to learn many secrets. About the Author Maria Magher has been working as a professional writer since 2001. Katniss and Gale are allowed to go hunting outside. He cryptically remarks that it is the things one cares about that becomes one's downfall. They meet the other tributes, most of whom have known each other for years, which makes the Games more awful since they still have to kill each other.
Right before they go out into the field, Peeta's assigned to their unit too. But there are much worse games to play. The squad makes it to the surface, but Katniss sees Finnick get decapitated by the lizard mutts. President Coin comforts Katniss as they wait for news. Many people, civilian and fighter alike, fall into the pit and Katniss and Gale become separated.
Suddenly, there is a broadcast from the Capitol; Peeta Mellark is giving an exclusive interview to Caesar Flickerman. Another pod unleashes a wave of toxic black gel, and yet another kills Soldier Mitchell. He convinces Coin that Katniss should be allowed to take a look in the ravaged District 12 to see the importance of her participation. Despite its last line, by the time the film ends, the Hunger Games feel very far away. Before he dies, he gives her command of their unit. Katniss' momgoes to District 8 to help the injured people. President Coin, the leader of District 13, agrees to these conditions and Katniss officially becomes the Mockingjay.
Katniss is modeled by the people, so she composes herself. Gale will come along as her bodyguard. Katniss is brought to District 13's president Alma Coin , Plutarch Heavensbee , former Capitol Gamemaker who turned out to be an unexpected ally to the rebels, and Beetee , her fellow victor who is now wheelchair-bound. But more ambitious is the way she brings readers to questions and conclusions about war throughout the story. District 13 is led by President Alma Coin, a tough, often brutal leader. Katniss kills her for vengeance during Snow's execution. They get back into the shelter just before it locks down, with a long night ahead of them.
There is a second round of explosions, even deadlier than the first. Katniss is badly wounded again. At the same time, another pod is activated, creating a black wave that begins to advance onto the squad. Children forced to kill children? But now that she's made it out of the bloody arena alive, she's still not safe. Before she is rushed away, Katniss sees a group of Peacekeepers execute the old man. . But there are much worse games to play.