The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (Review)

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Author: Suzanne Collins Publisher: Scholastic Ltd. Pages: 472 Genre: Fantasy Summary: Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark have survived the Hunger Games despite the odds but things are slowly but surely changing. As the victors of the games they have to take part in the Victory Tour, visiting all the districts and the Capitol giving speeches. Before they both leave for the Victory Tour President Snow pulls Katniss aside and tells her he’s watching every move she makes because he doesn’t want her pulling anymore rebellious acts that could cause more sparks in Panem. After visiting all the Districts Katniss realizes that her mockingjay is becoming a symbol of rebellion. Several months later the 75th annual Hunger Games are announced but this time there’s a change. It’s the Quarter Quell, an event that occurs every 25 years. Two previous winners from each District must compete in the games against the other twenty two victors. The arena is surrounded by water enclosed by a force field. The Capitol have many tricks up their sleeves from poison gas and vicious moneys to danger zones that go off hourly. The arena explodes, but that’s not the worst news District 12 face. Recommendation: I recommend this book to boys and girls aged 12 and up that like

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