Catching Fire Book Report

Topics: The Hunger Games, Mockingjay, Suzanne Collins Pages: 2 (410 words) Published: April 15, 2013
The book I am reading for my book report is Catching Fire, the second part of the Hunger Games. The Austhor of Catching Fire is Susanne Collins.
The book Catching Fire is a very good book, it emphasis's more on the characters rather than the plot.
Catching fire has many different scenes in many different places, but two of the zones are important for the characters, which is District 12 and the Guarter Guell arena.
There are 8 important characters in Catching Fire. Katniss Everdeen, is the main character and led the rebellion to victory against the Capitol. Peeta Mellark, is the second main character, he was the son of a baker from District 12. Finnick Odair was a male Victor from District 4, he was known for winnight the 65th Hunger Games at the age of fourteen and survived the 3rd Guarter Quell. Effie Trinket is the escort for the District 12 tributes, particularly to Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark. Gale Hawthorne is Katniss Everdeen's best friend and hunting patner, he escapes the bombing of District 12, and manages to save approximately 800 others. Haymitch Abernathy was the only living Hunger Games victor from District 12, he also worked secretly in tandem with District 13 and other victors in order to incite the Second Rebellion. Primrose Everdeen is Katniss Everdeen's younger sister, she is much different then her older sister, Katniss in both looks and character, she has blonde hair like their mother and a talent for healing. Cinna is Katniss Everdeen's stylist during her campaigns through the 74th and 75th Hunger Games and well as a supporter for the rebels in District 13.

There are 4 different symbols in Catching fire. The Mockingbird is a pin that Katniss took into the arena during her Hunger Games, since then Katniss has been associated with the mockingjay. The Mockingbird also is a rebellion against the Capitol. Berries are another symbol, Katniss got herself and Peeta out of the arena by offering him some poisonous berries and...
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