The Hunger Games were all very predictable. Except for the Quarter Quells, they consisted of the same things: twenty-four tributes, two from each district, half of them male and the other half female, fighting each other until only one tribute was left standing. This was considered the victor. The only exception were the Seventy-Fourth Hunger Games, right? No, not really. The Thirty-Second Hunger Games were the true exception, Games in which the tributes of District 10 took center stage, and caused consequences so brutal the Capitol had to literally wipe their memory from the minds of the population. This is their story, and an explanation of how their actions saved my life.