Catching FireBook - 2009
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millymollymandy4 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 13
StarryGlitznGlam thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over
sarahbru17 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over
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"What about you, girl on fire? Do you have any secrets worth my time?" - Finnick Odair
"You could live life a hundred times and never deserve him you know."
- Haymitch Abernathy
"My nightmares are usually about losing you. I'm okay once I realized you're here."
-Peeta to Katniss ❤
"No one really needs me," he says, and there's no self-pity in his voice. I realize only one person will be damaged beyond repair if Peeta died. Me.(and me). "I do," I say, "I knead you."
Get it because he's the boy with the bread. *Dies of laughter* seriously though i love that scene. <3
Sexual Content: Mild 2 characters sleep together, but nothing happens.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Here's the deal. It's a little gorier than the first book. If you couldn't handle the death and blood in the first one, I recommend that you don't read this one or the next one. A good book if you can handle crying your eyes out over characters, situations, and an abrupt cliffhanger.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Its scary, and a cliffhanger, not for the soft harded
Other: • Violence and Death are prevalent topics • Sexuality: Mild • Does not contain coarse language
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Katniss once again enters the arena and finds many new friends and enemies. This time Peeta volunteers for Haymitch and the fight is on again...
In the second book of The Hunger Games trilogy, Katniss Everdeen is struggling. Even though she has won The 74th Hunger Games, with Peeta Mellark, and safely returned home. Panem has been changed forever and the flames of a revolution have been spreading. And it's one that Katniss and Peeta may have unintentionally started. The stakes are higher than ever in Catching Fire. Katniss must decide on survival or love. She honestly doesn't know anymore.
The second book in the Hunger Game series. It is mesmerizing and exciting as the first. I can't wait to read the third book.
The book "Catching Fire" is about katniss and peeta and how their life changes after they get back from the Hunger Games as the new victors .
Katniss hopes that now that she has returned back home to District 12 everything will return to normal. But she very soon realizes that things will ever be the same ever again. The berries she once thought were her escape have now planted seeds of rebellion in the districts against the Capitol. Peeta feels betrayed, Gale keeps her at a cold distance and Katniss finds herself lost, confused and alone. Their lives are further complicated with the wildcard of the 75th Hunger Games when it is announced that the tributes will be chosen from the existing pool of victors. Katniss consequently goes into the arena; however, this time she has a very different mindset. She vows to protect Peeta’s life and ensure that he wins no matter the cost. But it soon becomes very obvious that the odds most certainly are not in Katniss’ favor.
Katniss and Peeta won the annual hunger games and now they must try to survive in another place.
Katniss Everdeen had survived the Hunger Games along with her "boyfriend" Peeta Mellark! She hopes that once she returns home, her life can get back to normal. But things will never be the same for Katniss ever again. Prim is more adult than tween, Gale holds her at an icy distance, and Peeta pretty much ignores her.
While living in her new home in the Victor's Village, Katniss learns about the "change" in this year's Hunger Games. Instead of having a new boy and girl tribute from each district compete in the Games, a boy and girl victor from each district will be submitted into one big battle to see which victor survives. Katniss enters the Hunger Games devoted to protecting Peeta's life rather than hers, because this time, there will be only one victor. Katniss may have survived the last Hunger Games, but this time, the odds are most definitely not in her favor.
Katniss and Peeta have come out of the hunger games alive. katniss must convince all of Panem that she loves Peeta when she goes on the victory tour.
But president Snow annouces the third Quarter Quell a fight to the death between a female and male victor of the hunger games of each district and Katniss know shes going back into the arena, and this time she must save Peeta.
Katniss and Peeta must once again try to survive in a newly connived arena in the next year's Hunger Games. Love, betrayal, and hurt...amazing book!!
Katniss Everdeen is returning home after winning the 74th annual Hunger Games with her "boyfriend" Peeta Mellark. They visit the other districts on a victory tour, and each make speeches about the fallen tributes. When they finally arrive home, Katniss meets two girls from district 8 planning on going to a bombed district, district 13, where it is said survivors live underground.
On the 75th annual Hunger Games
on the Quarter Quell, tributes who have the Hunger Games in the past are chosen to participate, instead of all new tributes. Katniss is chosen by default and Peeta volunteers for Haymitch when he is chosen. In the beach-like arena, Katniss discovers it is set like a clock.
When the Hunger Games is finally over, she discovers that her home, district 12, has been bombed and destroyed.