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7/3/2014 c1 5clovescato
Oh my god in only 700 words you managed to make me tear up, this is genius bravo
7/2/2014 c1 Guest
I really enjoyed reading this, I have read many where they exchange 'I love you's, but I never really saw either Clove or Cato saying that, so I think how he talks about it being his weakness makes it seem much more like Cato. It is also heartbreaking that Cato says he will never think of Clove again, but again it is something I imagine Cato doing. Thanks for a great read!
6/15/2014 c1 DeletedAccount3498
Omg, this is genius!

I LOVE this.

First off, I'm surprised by the fresh way you managed to pull off their romance, it's a pairing being attempted by many (me included), and although everyone of them shows Cato falling for Clove and likewise, I thought this did a good portrayal. The way you described Cato's conflicting emotions and physical reactions towards Clove throughout certain stages in the timeline, and before they enter the books is really interesting, the scond last paragraph about Clove actually dying was definitely the saddest. I especially love the line 'But he remains frozen to the spot where the last shreds of his innocence are destroyed.' So true.

12/28/2013 c1 40Jaycie Victory
I've always felt bad for Cato. Especially considering his horrible death. You've managed to capture some of the layering that was hinted at. Very nice :-) Off to read more...
11/24/2012 c1 35MoonlightRurouni
-curls up in fetal position in emo corner-
8/11/2012 c1 this-profile-deactivated
I loved this! There are some great lines that are haunting. "Cato turns his back on his weakness" is my favorite. Amazing!
7/18/2012 c1 1binnenpretje
Make Katniss hurt! Kill her, not Peeta! Please no!
3/30/2012 c1 irishmauve
You have given Cato a heart. Children that are raised as fighting dogs, and rewarded for rage.
3/25/2012 c1 3CommanderFettt
Amazing. I loved it
3/14/2012 c1 38Rozozzy
This is the superior couple from THG.
2/27/2012 c1 kgirlreads
Absolutely fantastic. This moment always haunted me. That one line where Cato begs Clove to stay with him revealed such a deeper character. Thank you for writing this!
2/20/2012 c1 jjkf
It was very good.

2/18/2012 c1 7Planet Enchilada
That part of the book made me do a double-take. To think that Cato, who was up until then plenty happy about watching people die left and right, would be effected by Clove's death was one of the most memorable parts for me. Your story is great- it shows his background well and his plan after her death was very in-character. Lovely job.
2/18/2012 c1 23CreepingMuse
Lovely. It was nice to see a more human angle to two of the Games' most inhuman characters. Seemed very right for him to have a brief breakdown, and then immediately begin planning his revenge and endgame. And this? "He won't think of her ever again once he leaves the Capitol." Got me. Don't know why, but totally got me.

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