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By Suzanne Collins
Published by Scholastic Press on 2014-10-02
SPORTS and RECREATION, STUDY AIDS, FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
Katniss is idealistic, naïve, loving, brave, loyal, and apparently quite attractive, although to the author’s credit, she dwells on the character of Katniss much more than on her appearance. There are two young men in love with her, and each seems too good to be true, but let’s face it, who cares?
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Okay, we hear you. The reason you care about Catching Fire is obvious: The Hunger Games ended on a CRAZY cliffhanger. How could you not want to pick up the second book in the trilogy?
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We bet that after you indulge in the delicious drama in Panem, you'll find that Katniss' story also has some interesting parallels to your life.
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I clasp the flask between my hands even though the warmth from the tea has long since leached into the frozen air. My muscles are clenched tight against the cold. If a pack of wild dogs were to appear at this moment, the odds of scaling a tree before ...
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If it were up to me, I would try to forget the Hunger Games entirely. Never speak of them. Pretend they were nothing but a bad dream. But the Victory Tour makes that impossible. Strategically placed almost midway between the annual Games, it is the C ...
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“I relive versions of what happened in the arena. My worthless attempt to save Rue. Peeta bleeding to death. Glimmer’s blotted body disintegrating in my hands. Cato’s horrific end with the muttations. These are the most frequent visitors.”
Do not even think about starting this book until you have read THE HUNGER GAMES. This is a masterful journey of terror, love and loss. Bravo, Ms. Collins! You have written an absolutely brilliant sequel, and I cannot wait for the conclusion of your phenomenal series.
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