Review: Catching Fire

Catching Fire
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The girl is catching fire
She ignites another blaze of rebellion
she has no power to extinguish…

Though the Hunger Games only allows one victory, Katniss Everdeen and the male tribute of District 12, Peeta Mellark, manage to be the winners of the 74th Hunger Games. She thinks everything will be back to normal. Instead, President Snow from the Capitol unexpectedly visits her and blames her for the uprising of District 8, that she defying the rule of the Hunger Games has inspired other districts to start another rebel.

To make it worse, the Capitol announces that for the 75th Hunger Games, as well as the third “Quarter Quell” that only takes place every 25th year of Hunger Games, there will be a special twist in which each district should send a male and female tribute who have been the winners of previous games to, once again, fight to the death. Being the only female winner of District 12, Katniss is forced to be part of the game.

Can she endure the game after what she had faced in the previous game? Can she be the winner, knowing that she should battle far more experienced and skillful tributes? Can she let herself kill others to be the winner, including Peeta, who has volunteered to be the male tribute of District 12, the boy who has ignited sparks of love in her heart?
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