I have decided that I will be doing this thing every time I come across something that sparks my interest. It's exactly how it sounds: I will be asking a question about a book that I am curious about, and then we can have a discussion down in the comments.
For this first one, I was thinking about Peeta and Cato after watching the movie. In the book, Katniss overhears Glimmer and Cato talking about Peeta, and whether or not they should kill him.
Glimmer: "Don't you think we should just kill her now?"
Cato: "No, she's out best chance of finding her [Katniss]."
So my question is... Why didn't Cato and the other careers kill Peeta once that they had Katniss stuck in a tree? Was it because they thought he could be useful (Cato does mention something about Peeta being good with a knife, and he is smart with his ideas of, for example, "killing" Katniss), or something else? Let's discuss!
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