Catching Fire: Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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Book Review #3 Lead-In/Hook: Adventure. Torture. Suspense. These all roll up into the story “Catching Fire: Hunger Games #2”. Book title, author, & genre: This book, “Catching Fire Hunger Games #2” by Suzanne Collins is a Science Fiction book. Protagonist: Katniss Everdeen is the main protagonist in this book. Katniss has grayish eyes with dark brown hair and light skin. She has a stubborn attitude when it comes down to supplying food in the games, but this makes her seem strong and loyal. Her favorite weapon that she uses in hunting and killing is her bow and arrow. This also makes her unique because most other characters prefer knives and spears. Point of View: This book is in first person format. It is in the main character, Katniss’s point…show more content…
Survival takes a big part in Katniss’s and Peeta’s life. They both depend on each other to keep them both alive during the Hunger Games. During the Hunger Games, there are many fights and challenges to overcome. The hard part of the Hunger Games, is surviving. Setting: The setting in the book “Catching Fire” is mostly in the battle arena. This is where each Hunger Game takes place every year. This setting is important because if it was in a different place like in Paris, it wouldn’t make sense. It wouldn’t make sense because there wouldn’t be any challenges in Paris. In the arena, to make things more tricky and to kill the kids faster, they add dangerous blood rains and poisonous fog. They even have mechanical mockingjays that sound like your family members screaming near the killer fog. This makes Katniss and her competitors want to run straight to the poisonous fog and try to find them. Figurative Language: I found this quote in the beginning of chapter 2. “In my mind, President Snow should be viewed in front of marble pillars hung with oversized flags. It’s jarring to see him surrounded by the ordinary objects in the room. Like taking off the lid off the pot and finding a fanged viper instead of stew.” This is an
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