kat_merle (kat_merle) wrote in 50bookchallenge,

Catching Fire

Catching Fire
by Suzanne Collins

Book 2 of Hunger Games Trilogy

I liked this book a lot better than the first one and again it was a quick read. Its young adult fiction with large type so though it seems like a long book it goes by really fast. I like the beginning of the book much better than the middle and the end as the Games don't hold my interest as well as the dissent in town does and while I wasn't surprised at the Quarter Quell I wasn't happy about it either. The opinion of certain characters changes throughout the book and I began to get very tired of the lack of information Katniss was receiving regarding her role in events. I recommend this book if you like this genre even if you didn't enjoy the first book though I really think book 3 is the best by far of the trilogy. These first two books are just set up for me and book 3 is where the plot really gets interesting. That book will be covered in a second post.
Tags: dystopia, young adult

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