If I just said LOL, I lied. Do or do not. There is no try.
Now see, I found Katniss to be very, very logical. She did what HAD to be done to take care of hers because with a dead father and a flaked out mother, she didn't have time to learn how to handle emotions. Initially, hooking up with Peta was a logical move, but I got the feeling that he introduced her to being able to be more than just logical.
I guess it is easy to view extreme logic as mild sociopathy, but a sociopath wouldn't have given the little girl a flower wreath. She had no idea of the impact that would have when she did it. She was just trying to mourn for what should have been a friend.
But, yeah, the third one could use a re-do.
Oh, I get logical too, but logical can often be cold and calculating. And cold and calculating and logical says you lose far less people trapping all the enemy in a building and letting them starve to death. Logical does not suddenly decide that you are better than that and letting them all run out to hopefully surrender and not start shooting all your friends.
That's the flaw with logical. If you're introduced to emotions but don't know how to balance the two, then you start making silly decisions like hoping people will surrender and come to their senses instead of just getting rid of them and starting over
You're probably right. A bigger audience if she plays to both sides and all. I guess not many of us will identify more with her logic than her compassion