Prisons Without Bars
Fandoms: Hunger Games Series - All Media Types, Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins, Hunger Games (2012)
22 Apr 2013
Katniss Everdeen has never thought of herself as anyone's property, not even after her reaping, but there's no denying that the Capitol has gotten its use out of her as bloody entertainment. When she left the arena - before they tried to take Peeta away - she thought that was all they wanted. But this is the Capitol, the heart of Panem, and when you win one game, you've just bought your way in to another one.
After all, winners are a valuable commodity.
- Part 1 of Prisons Without Bars
Fandoms: Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins, Hunger Games Series - All Media Types, Catching Fire (2013), Mockingjay (2014)
31 Dec 2013
Katniss Everdeen nearly tries to kill Haymitch when she discovers they left Peeta behind in the Capitol. She's more right than she knows. The Capitol has shadows darker and deeper than any of its gaudy lights, and Peeta Mellark is trapped in one of its darkest.
If he's lucky, brave and stronger than he knows he can be, he might get out with his soul. His sanity is pretty much out of the question.
- Part 2 of Prisons Without Bars
Fandoms: Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games (Movies), Hunger Games Series - All Media Types
22 Jun 2016
When a nation falls and a new one rises, what happens to all the pieces of the world before the revolution - the ones that don't wind up shot and buried in a shallow grave? Do they fade into nothing, dust going down into dust, or is there an accounting that has to be made for what has been done and left undone?
And did anyone really think that Minerva Snow, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark were entirely finished with each other?
- Part 3 of Prisons Without Bars