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Catching fire is the second book in the Hunger Games series. I’ll try to tell you as much as i can without giving the ending of the first book away. In this book, Katniss is learning all about growing up, and how one spark can light a whole nation on fire. Katniss begins the book with an unwelcome guest, the tyrant of Panem, President Snow. The President warns her that since all of Panem is watching her every move now, she should be careful not to say the wrong word- the word that could light that fatal spark. Should Katniss want to light the spark? Can she take the President’s tyranny any longer? Should she just listen to the President and go on living her life knowing she gave up the chance to help her people? Is she good enough to lead a revolution? These are all questions that she is asking herself throughout the book. And on top of all this, could Katniss be falling in love? AND on top of falling in love and saving the world, could be falling in love with two boys? Man growing up can be tough. And just like every year, the Capitol will be hosting the Hunger Games, but this year is the 75th anniversary. So what will the Capitol do to celebrate their anniversary? You will not want to miss the rules of this Hunger Games. This was my favorite book in the series because of new characters, and the rules of this years Games.

One Response to “Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (book two in The Hunger Games series.)”

  1. Lainey

    Great Review! I am actually reading Catching Fire right now! Keep writing reviews!

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