Catching Fire Summary

Topics: The Hunger Games Pages: 2 (509 words) Published: October 3, 2012
Rivera, Alexandra
August 29, 2012

Summer Reading-“Catching Fire’’

The book”Catching Fire” is about a girl named Katniss Everdeen,who won the Hunger Games,and she is going to have to go in the Hunger Games all over again.The author for this book is Suzanne Collins,and the type of this book is fiction and suspense. The main character in this book is Katniss Everdeen.She is the winner of the Hunger Games because of her amazing skills on surviving.The people in District 12,which is her home,believes in her.She didn’t really change in the story,she was still her courageous self,but she was confused of who she is.Katniss does the right thing when she goes help Peeta while she was in the game.I can’t identify with her,because I have not experience what she’s been going through. The two characters in the book is Peeta Mellark and Gale Hawthorne.Peeta is Katniss’s “lover” and helps her survive in the Hunger Games.Peeta also can be her “true love”,but in real life he does have feelings for her.Gale Hawthorne is Katniss’s only best friend in the District,and is madly in love with her. The setting of this story is taking place in the Hunger Games,a field with a lot of traps and has jungles,and a beach.But there is a force shield for the people not to escape.What I think about this place is that it is pretty dangerous,because your actually risking your own life and other people from different districts wants to kill you.But this setting gets pretty exciting,because Katniss is trying to survive and win again. What the author is trying to say in this story is that you have to depend on eachother.That is what Katniss and Peeta were doing in the story.When one of them were in the game,they help one another.Katniss’s lesson was to see who is the enemy.This is a story about love,depending on...
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