January 20, 2010 - 6:41pm — m_aretz
Catching Fire is the second book in the Hunger Games series, and even though it followed after the amazing first book, Catching Fire will not disapoint fans. It has the same moving force, and it keeps you thinking as the plot keeps turning in ways where you really don't know what's going to happen next and you can't stop reading. In the second book, it tells of Katniss and Peeta and their life in the Victor Village, preparing for the Victory Tour and the Quarter Quell. The Quarter Quell haappens every 25 years, and since its the 75, a new and temporarily changed version of the Hunger Games is hosted by the Capital, which is the capital of Panem, a country built on the ruins of North America. As a rebellion begins, stirred by Katniss, unknowingly during the last Hunger Games,means that all that they hold dear, such as their freedom and even their life, are put on the line to try to stop a fire that was lit almost a year ago. This book ends the same way as the last; barely able to wait for the next one. I really recommend this entire series!