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Hunger Games #02: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
Hunger Games #02: Catching Fire

genevieve.fletcher23, December 16, 2013

The "Hunger Games - Catching Fire", is about how the character Katniss goes back home after surviving the Hunger Games with her friend Peeta. She has no idea how she feels about Peeta or Gale - almost as if she has no room for love. Katniss has night mares every night about the gruesome violence of being in the Hunger Games and about Rue. Rue is one of the only friends she had ever had as a girl. She met Rue in the arena and tried to save her life. She sang to Rue when she was dying, for the first time since her father's death and had not ever stopped thinking about her since. Then things got even worse. The Districts started to go against the government. President Coriolanus Snow knows he has to do something and it starts with a K.

The Hunger Games-Catching Fire, is one one of my favorite books, and so it is to the other 100,000 people who have read it. Why have so many people read this book? Maybe it is because this book has everything: action, romance, drama, and of course a great story. If you have already read it, you would already know all of this, but for those of you who haven't, I would go pick it up right now and start reading.
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Seeing Stone Arthur Trilogy 01 by Ke Crossley Holland
Seeing Stone Arthur Trilogy 01

genevieve.fletcher23, March 10, 2013

I thought this book was a very difficult book to read myself. There are a lot of characters in it, so trying to understand which character is which confused me, especially because I am bad at names! When I read this book, it was at school in book groups. This is the worst setting of all because I had to read it and answer questions about it. While reading this book, the only emotion I ever felt was when a character died like little Luke. This is just sad because I would like to read a book that is exciting over all not just when children die! I actually wish there was a negative rate so I could rate it lower than a one. Hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.

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