Review: The Girl Who Was on Fire: Your Favorite Authors on Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games Trilogy

The Girl Who Was on Fire: Your Favorite Authors on Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games Trilogy
Leah Wilson11063345

  • The Girl Who Was on Fire: Your Favorite Authors on Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games Trilogy
  • isbn: 1935618040
  • isbn13: 9781935618041

this book surpized me due to the fact that i was not intrested in survior tv show and thought that a childrens book could not have any intrest. but this book had more information and story then i would have supposed. i liked the dramatic reaping and the heroic love of the older sister toward her younger sister. they dynaics and difficulties that Katniss faced in her childhood are inspireing and very dramatic. they idea of the book is new and exciting and the idea of the rebellion being suddle and subversive.

powerful and moving showing how a person attempting to do the best they can in a hard situation finds out that nothing was under their control and that everyone is at risk for their mistakes, Katniss finds herself again on the feild of the hunger games and finds that she has no control of the situation even though she has promisses that everyone wil tr to keep peeta alive, peeta is doing everything he can to keep her alive, only to find out she really loves him and needs him .

a spoiler wow when you find that all your choices seem to be guided by others that may not be looking at the improtant things in life the same way as you do. Katniss has survived her second session of the hunger games to find herself in the restricted enviornment of area 13 with just her family, gale and few others from her home in 12 since the captial has distroyed all life and people there. but her new allies may not look at the worlf as she does, and finds that they are willing to turn against her and her dreams at the turn of a hat. She finds that Gale is not the innocent boy she loves, and to save peeta she must go

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