Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (Review)

Note: If you haven't read The Hunger Games (Book One of the Series) proceed with caution. Many of you have so I'm not worried.

(From bn.com)
Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark won the annual competition described in Hunger Games, but the aftermath leaves these victors with no sense of triumph. Instead, they have become the poster boys for a rebellion that they never planned to lead. That new, unwanted status puts them in the bull's-eye for merciless revenge by The Capitol.
Catching Fire (Hunger Games Series #2) by Suzanne Collins: Book CoverMY REVIEW:
See my review on The Hunger Games here!
So this book was interesting. I didn't really enjoy it as much as I enjoyed The Hunger Games, but Catching Fire was interesting. I liked the idea Suzanne Collins had behind the series, and I can't wait till Mockingjay comes out. In Catching Fire we are joined by Peeta and Katniss again and in their attempt to survive the government and the war beneath the curtain that is rising. The story becomes deeper when President Snow arrives at Katniss's home (which is in the victor's village), and tells her one thing. That she is endanger if she doesn't stop the surging rebel force. With this the book takes a diving start, and Katniss's mockingjay pin becomes the center of some important things that happen.

This book was really good, but I didn't like some of the parts. Specifically the length of the Games, but that is how Suzanne Collins wrote it so I can't complain. And I actually cried. I cried! That never happens. So to all you followers that haven't read this you should read it!!!!!! Okay so I'm going to now say I'm both team Peeta and Gale, but I'm more Peeta.

1 Loud Comments:

Mg (LWS) said...

I have no clue why its putting that huge gap I fooled around with it for awhile but it was messing up the template so.... I'm going to try working it out tomorrow maybe.

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