The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) - Plot Summary - IMDb.
Anja C period 1 other book review The whole Hunger Games series is my favorite book series I have ever read, but Catching Fire is my favorite out of all of the books. I like it so much because it is very surprising. It also includes very interesting characters and plot twist. I.
Summary Of The Hunger Games Catching Fire 1117 Words 5 Pages The Hunger Games Catching Fire Summary The Hunger Games Catching Fire starts off with Katniss in the woods looking for snare hubs which catches animals, she normally goes with her friend Gale on Sundays, but, he works in a coal mine for a living because in district 12, the most abundant product is coal.
Book Summary Powerful and haunting, this thrilling final installment of Suzanne Collins’s groundbreaking The Hunger Games trilogy promises to be one of the most talked about books of the year. Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has survived the Hunger Games twice.
This is a trilogy, so if we take the three boos as one whole story, then Catching Fire will stand up better, I hope. The problem with this book, is that the pace seems rather lopsided. In the Hunger Games, the pace built up like a crescendo, and was incredibly gripping and dramatic. In Catching Fire, it struggles to know where it is going, before really picking up the pace in the final third.
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, this book is number two of the Hunger Games series.This book over all was pretty good and I think I’m going to read the 3rd.Before I start to give my reasons for the words I want to say why I used the colors I did.
Haymitch leads Peeta and Katniss up a ladder, which leads to the dome at the top of the Justice Building. He leaves the rest of the entourage in the banquet hall. In the dome, he asks Peeta to explain to him what’s going on. Peeta explains the whistling incident that led to three deaths, and wonders aloud why the Peacekeepers would kill someone simply for whistling.
CATCHING FIRE The Hunger Games Book 2 Suzanne Collins PART I “THE SPARK” 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 they attacked are not in my favor. I should get up, move around, and.