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Catching Fire - Suzanne  Collins

    In the novel, Catching Fire, the two most important main characters are, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark. Katniss and Peeta are both Hunger Games victors that live in District 12. Katniss is a proactive teenager that spends most her time in the woods or outside. Peeta is a kind teenager that is the son of the baker. I like Peeta because he is kind and cares about Katniss. But I admire Katniss because she is tough and doesn't let her personal problems bother her as much as they would bother me.

    Catching Fire is a fantastic novel full of adventure and suspense. The novel tells about Katniss and Peeta who are both sent back into the arena after being granted freedom. During the games Katniss and Peeta gain allies that help them stay alive and learn about the arena. Towards the end of there death trip to the arena, a plan backfires and it acts as a defiance to the Capitol and gives the rebels a reason to start a rebellion.

    After reading Catching fire I learned that one small action can cause something big, even if it was a mistake. I learned this when Katniss accidentally defied the capital to carry out one of her allies' plan. When Katniss did this she had no idea what it would do. After seeing this take place in the novel, I know that I better be careful about what I do or say.

    I would recomend this novel to readers who enjoy adventure, surprises, and suspense because this novel includes all of that. In my opinion I think Suzanne Collins did an amazing job on Catching Fire. Usually sequals aren't as good as the first book, but Suzanne Collins proved this wrong.