Catching Fire Essay

Topics: The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay Pages: 2 (456 words) Published: August 26, 2013
Period: 3

I read the book Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, this book is number two of the Hunger Games series. This book over all was pretty good and I think I’m going to read the 3rd. Before I start to give my reasons for the words I want to say why I used the colors I did. I used a black back ground because she is being thrown into this unknown world again when she really should be living a life of luxury but because she outsmarted the game makers this is what she gets. I used Red yellow and orange for the colors of the words because of the books name, how it looked against the black and the book is overall about fighting and when I think of fighting and death those are some of the colors that come to mind.

I picked the word I did because I felt they really had mixed meanings in the book. What I mean by this is that things can be good and bad all at the same time. Rebellious is one of the most impotent words because the book has mostly to do with rebellion. Katness’s mocking jay it self has been a sign of rebellion because the people love what she did in the hunger games last time and the capitol is going to try and make sure that it doesn’t happen again. Battle and rebellious go hand in hand with Katness. That is here personality in general not just laying down and giving up in the hunger games when she was all alone hunting in the woods even though she could have been caught and whipped just like gale was. It’s just the person she is and through out the whole book.

I think Killed is also a good word to describe this book. This is a word with mixed meanings. Peeta is dead it’s a bad and a good thing. Its bad because he’s dead and that just not good but its also good because Katness can stop pretending to have this love with Peeta even though it is very clear that she is in love with gale. It lets her be true to her self and gale witch is very important because she is not one who likes to live a lie. Brave is also another great word to describe...
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