Can't still get enough of the first book?
Why wait when you can grab a copy of the second book and start reading? In my case, I've already done it. No matter how many times I've read it. I still swoon and sigh every time I came across that part of the book. I'm not telling you what it is. It's for me to know and for you to find out. Fufufu.
If you're truly curious about what happens next, you better start reading. You already know that I tend to give some sneak peaks about almost every book that I've read. Hmmm...if it's not a sneak peak then a synopsis (Aren't those two words one and the same?) I'm going to continue to do so until the future.
So buckle up as I give you the book's much awaited synopsis of Catching Fire:
The story opens after Katniss and Peeta won the 74th Hunger Games and became the District 12 victors. Deemed as the Star cross lovers of the capitol, both of them looked at each other's eyes as two people who were deeply in love with each other and cannot live without each other. In Peeta's part it's all real but for Katniss, everything is all but a show she needs to put up in front of the capitol, which the former soon realize with a heavy heart. Without facing the cameras, their relationship becomes awkward and soon enough have nothing much to talk about.
In every games that had won, there's a "Victory Tour" for the victors to visit each districts fallen victors. Katniss, however, had her first visitor unexpectadly and it's none other than President Snow. His visit is to express how disappointed and angry he was with her for breaking the rules at the last Hunger Games (there must be only one victor in every game but due to Katniss's act with the berries defying the capitol to give them their victor, she and Peeta lived and became the first two victors of the same district) Not pleased with her, President Snow told Katniss that by doing so she incited a rebellion from other districts.
In order to defuse the "fire" that she created Katniss must convince Snow that she meant really no harm that she only did that to survive. A deal was struck between the two. Katniss is determined to do what she was told to save the people she love and cared for.
But what happens when it goes wrong?
What will she do now that the Quarter Quell is coming?
What would she if the 75th Hunger Games is also coming up?
Will her estranged relationship with Peeta mend and continue to act as Star crossed lovers?
and what's worse can Katniss diffuse the fire that was catching?
Read it and find out in Suzanne Collins second book of the best selling "The Hunger Games"
" I wish I could freeze this moment, right here, right now and live in it forever"