The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, is told in the eyes of the main character Katniss. I think that if it was told in a different person’s, like possibly Peeta’s, point of view, the story would be very different.
If the story was told in Peeta’s point of view, I probably would never really know what Katniss would be thinking. Instead I would probably start to understand Peeta better. All I know about him is that he is the baker’s son and is very strong. He also claims to be in love with Katniss, but she thinks it’s just an act to get people to feel bad for them. I think that in Peeta’s mind he really meant it.
Katniss describes him as someone who can change a persons mind with just his words. If the story was in the point of view of Peeta, I would know how he comes up with such witty and inspirational words. During the interview that each contestant of the Games does, he didn’t look nervous at all to Katniss. I wonder if he really wasn’t nervous or he was nervous and was good at hiding it. I would probably know all these things if the story was told in Peeta’s eyes.