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Katniss finds it hard not to freak out as she pulls away from the fence. She feels targeted and needs a strategy. Maybe she's being watched. This has happened before, but she never felt so urgent about it.
She can't be caught outside the fence and needs a plan. She can't crawl underneath it, so she'll have to get high enough to jump over it.
She climbs a huge tree and jumps to the other side. She can tell she has hurt her foot, but she's not sure how bad it is.
When she gets home, two Peacekeepers are there. Katniss has to think fast to come up with a reason why she hasn't been home. She can tell they know what really happened.
Katniss lies that she was following some bad directions that Prim gave her, and Prim backs her up. Peeta and Haymitch help, and the story seems to be somewhat persuasive.
The Peacekeepers inform her that the fence is going to be on constantly from now on, and then they leave.
Peeta pushes Katniss to explain her injury. She can't say too much.
Her family and Peeta take care of her.
The next day, Katniss is too worn out to do much. She just reviews the situation in her head. She thinks about Bonnie and Twill and Snow.
Peeta visits her over the next week and the two of them work on a special book about herbs and their properties. Katniss is recording her knowledge about the local wild plant life and Peeta is illustrating it.
She learns more about him and they both feel relaxed.
Katniss also pays attention to the TV programs to see if she can spot what Bonnie and Twill told her about.
She realizes that there is something fishy about the footage of District 13.