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Catching Fire (Hunger Games, #2) - Community Reviews back

by Suzanne Collins
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Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 7 months ago
Audience: Young Adult Format: Audiobook Library Copy I clasp the flask between my hands even though the warmth from the tea has long since leached into the frozen air. - first sentence I decided to continue my re-read with the audiobook for book two. While I enjoyed listening to the book, I was ...
Hello rated it 3 years ago
I enjoyed this entire series of books. This one actually made my emotions come out. I got angry, happy, I even cried once or twice. Wonderful series.
mattries37315 rated it 3 years ago
The aftermath of Katniss Everdeen’s rebellious performance at the end of the 74th Hunger Games has consequences far beyond what happens to Peeta and herself in Catching Fire. Suzanne Collins’ middle installment of The Hunger Games trilogy is all about how a dictatorial government responds to rebell...
Magic shelf for muggles
Magic shelf for muggles rated it 3 years ago
That twist at the end!
nicky2910's book reviews
nicky2910's book reviews rated it 3 years ago
I was already impressed by the first part of this trilogy, Hunger Games. But Catching Fire topped that one by far - might be because the movie didn't go in depth, it didn't waste time getting Katniss and Peeta back into the arena, so there was room left for improvement. The book, on the other hand...
FernandoDHernandez rated it 3 years ago
I was amazed, Because It was just lots of action going on and great motavation. I got to say that i was shocked by how they do this for a way to live. I predict that there was going to be someone a high skilled person going to die.
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 3 years ago
I remember Catching Fire annoying me the first two times I read it, but this time around I just went with the story and it ended up being pretty enjoyable. The lack of teenagers killing each other is A+. There's still some violence but it's not as graphic as in The Hunger Games. All the wounds are...
WRGingell rated it 3 years ago
This trilogy is just hitting all the right buttons--or targets, if you're Katniss. I hear from a few readers that this second book just wasn't as good. That it was a place filler. That it was the exact same story as the first, told again. To those readers, I say in the kindliest manner imaginabl...
kylieD34 rated it 3 years ago
In the novel, Catching Fire, the two most important main characters are, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark. Katniss and Peeta are both Hunger Games victors that live in District 12. Katniss is a proactive teenager that spends most her time in the woods or outside. Peeta is a kind teenager that is t...
Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 4 years ago
Solid follow-up to The Hunger Games....what I really liked about this book was that it furthered the bigger-picture concept of mass rebellion among the districts. Katniss appears to me to be a modern-day Joan of Arc, which makes me fear for her future in the upcoming Mockingjay. Can't wait to start ...
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