Catching Fire (Hunger Games, Book 2)
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||Catching Fire (Hunger Games, Book 2) Review & Summary
Katnis has managed to win the Annual Hunger Games and in a way that pacified her soul but brutally shaking the throne of the Capitol. The Capitol is upset, as the rule has been defied and defeated by a teenager, who outsmarted their dictation and barbarism. The various truths of the life have won, but the battle has just begun. The win has sparked the fire of rebellion in the hearts of the people from the district. The life of Katnis has been entangled into the aspirations of a collective desire to be free from the onslaught of a mad governance. The will of the teenager who has high hopes for herself and her family after the riches that were bestowed on her after the victory. The Capitol is stunned and is under constant threat from its own insecurities as they feel their guilt transform into paranoia.
Suzanne Collins in Catching Fire takes Katnis further into the real battle, the one which is beyond the Hunger Games itself, that is the war between the people and the adversary, the Capitol. The Capitol will use all its might to bring the fire of a revolt down. But Katnis has to battle her contempt to feel the need to fight for the oppressed and bring the power to people the true possessors of the power. The stagnant screams of her inner voices will make Katnis reach for a ground of higher understanding that will make her see the way her life is shaped and the direction she has to choose to move towards her destiny. Her new identity as the face of the uprising brings her in the radar of the Capitol as they monitor her moves. But she has to move and fast in order to secure the volatility in the sentiments of the people.
The anonymity of the intentions of Katnis is not incognito anymore and she is scrutinized by the Capitol, as the story moves ahead the view into the tangible reality of the situations that they have to face, as after the win of Katnis people are sucked into the hope of freedom. The various administrations of a life full of separated paradoxical sentiments brings the people of the districts to the fore of their ambitions and ignites in them a passion for life. The book does a brilliant display of the emotions of the Katnis as she grows through the period of finding herself in amids the expectations of the heroics and all the tales of the victory that ring in the air. The book however, does not bring much more than the rotational twists that don't live up to the expectations that build after reading Hunger Games . The author will speak for herself through the book better, and the relative analysis of a much liked book will compensate the anticipation for the reader. Catching Fire is a book that will make you feel the life of Katnis eventually developing into a character that will build on its own as the book progresses.
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