IR Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

I don’t actually have much to say about this book other than that Collins continues her run of awesomeness that is the Hunger Games trilogy (?) with the second installment. Catching Fire finds Katniss dealing with the ramifications not only of winning the Hunger Games, but of the way in which she won. By undermining the Capitol’s absolute authority, she has become the face of the growing revolution, so now she has a hostile government to deal with along with trying to sort out her love triangle.

Since this is the second book, it ends with even more open-ended storylines, making the wait for the conclusion seem interminable. I can’t wait to see how everything ends!

My rating: A-


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