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Ratings and Book Reviews (150 1935 star ratings
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4.4 out of 5
1935
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    Catching Fire

    I myself, thought that Catching Fire is the best book I have ever read. Katniss takes a perilous walk through the Hunger Games that leads her to the Quarter Quell. The characters in this book play an excellent roll when getting to know the story plot. So, if I were to rate this book, it would be a 5 star rating due to the fact that it draws readers in so it seems like you are the one about to get slaughtered or hurt.
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    Just wow

    Personally, I believe this was the best book of this trilogy! Suzanne Collins is able to make you feel 10 different emotions in every chapter, from anger to excitement, from joy to sadness, and if that's not what a good book is made of, I don't know what is.
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    Just when you thought your were out...

    Catching Fire is an action-packed follow-up to the Hunger Games. While the story opens with a more settled Katniss, post-victory of the 74th Hunger Games, you can't but help feel a dark, foreboding feeling that her troubles are not over yet. Collins manages to make lightening strike twice with an exciting, dark, and thrilling story that delves deeper into the unrest that threatens the status quo of Panem, and the power of the Capitol. Arguably, Collins' pulls off an amazing feat of writing by capturing the same sense of thrilling plot twists of the original Hunger Games, without the story feeling tired, or formulaic.
  • 12 person found this review helpful

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    Caught the fire

    Wow, I'm left hanging... I must start the last book right away.
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    Great Trilogy

    Once you start, you can't stop! Grabs your attention and never lets go. Read it before you see the movie.
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