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Catching Fire

I really liked Catching Fire because it's one of those books where you don't want to stop reading because you're in constant suspense.  In this book, Katniss Everdeen has already won the Hunger Games, but now she is facing something even scarier than anything that coudl happen in an arena.  Her trick to save Peeta in the arena has created a "spark" in the districts and there has been talk of rebelling against the Capitol.  Can Katniss convince everyone that she did it for love, or will there be a rebellion?  Will the "spark catch fire&qu

Catching Fire

I love teh Hunger Games trilogy, but my favorite of the 3 would have to be Catching Fire.  The book was full of suprising twists at every corner.  The main character Katniss is not a damsel in distress like Bella of "Twilight".  Katniss is strong and fearless, a great model for girls and boys alike.

The Boy at the End of the World

The book is great.  It has 25 chapters and it about a boy his broken robot friend and an old animal.  THe boy's name is Fisher.  As far as he knows, he is the only human alive.  There are 3 "Arks".  The "Arks" in his book have pod of animals and humans.  They don't age and are sealed so they could repopulate earth.  When Fisher is the only survivor after his ark is attacked, he finds 3 new friends, Protien the mammoth, Click the robot, and Zapper the talking groundhog and Intelligence a newer robot is his worst enemy.  Fish

Catching Fire

Catching Fire is the 2nd book of the Hunger Games series.  I loved this book and is my favorite of the series.  This year is the Quarter Quell game.  THis happens every 25 years.  Every year is different.  Like twice the number of tributes!  THis year it's...  well I'll just stop there no need to spoil it for you.  But, I guarantee you will love it just like I did. 

Attack of the Clones

This is a very good book with lots of action and adventure.  I don't really like the romance in it.  I really do like the fights a lot.

The Hunger Games

The Hunger Gmaes is a book that will leave you at the edge of your seat... but not in a great way.  Honestly I don't know how people can be so obsessed with this book.  In some scenes of this book it can be VERY violent, and when I say it I mean it.  Also, it can be kind of depressing, seeing how so many kids are dying.  It's strange how Suzanne Collins even came up with this.  The people that rule Panem are very cruel and are forcing kids that didn't ever do anything wrong go into a fight to the death.  Have can people like this book so much???

Catching Fire

I love all Hunger Games books, though Catching fire is by far my favorite.  The main reason is because you meet my favorite character, Finnick Orbir.  He's 24 and a Hunger Games survivor.  There were no parts I didn't like which says alot!  Another favorite part is when the author describes the dresses.  Also there's always a cliffhanger that makes me want to keep reading.  It's really an amazing, and series.

The Always War

Gideon Thrall is though to be a great war hero but he doesn't understand why.  Gideon was a plane bombler pilot, who killed many enemy civilians and did not understand how his country thought killing was good.  Gideon feels he needs to apologize to the enemy and runs away.  This begins an exciting adventure to find the truth, but he is not alone.  Along the way Tessa, a childhood friend follows him and Dek is found in the plane.  These three have many obstacles to get around which makes the story exciting and full of surprises and plot turns!

The Hunger Games

I loved the Hunger Games because it has a lot of suspense & a love story.  The Hunger Games is about a girl named Katniss Everdeen she is picked to be in the Hunger Games & she has to face 23 other competitors & try to kill them before they kill her.  That's why I loved the Hunger Games.

Leviathan

Alek, a prince without a throne, is running from his own people.  He has only one small fighting machine and an even smaller band of men to keep him alive.  Deryn is a girl disguised as a boy in the British Air service.  She must fight for her country, and keep her secret at all costs.  Alek and Deryn are thrown together aboard the mighty airship Leviathan.  jThough they fight side by side, their worlds are far appart.  British fabricated beasts versus German steam-powered war machines.  They are enemies with everything to lose, yet somehow destines to be