Catching Fire

Author: Suzanne Collins


After being crowned victors of the 74th annual Hunger games Katniss and Peeta must go on a victory tour. While on the tour Katniss senses she caused a rebellion to start up. When they get back she has an unexpected meeting with President Snow, who reassuringly tells her he is in full control of the country. As the Quater Quell aproches, the districts are ready for any surprise they will get from the capitol. But what Katniss isnt expecting is that she will have to go back into the games. While in training her and Peeta make allies with District 4 Finnick and Mags. This years arena holds many surprises, but the contestants soon figure out that it is a clock, every hour holding a different, dangerous, event.


The theme of Catching Fire is rebellion. This is the theme because Katniss stirred up a rebellion when her and Peeta threatened to both take their lives at the end of the 74th annual hunger games. During the Victor Tour Katniss senses a rebellion starting. President Snow warns Katniss to Stop being rebellious, but it doesnt help much since she is chosen for the 75th annual Hunger Games.


"Oh," I say under my breath. "Tick, tock." My eyes sweep around the full circle of the arena and I know she's right. "Tick, tock. This is a clock."

This quote is signifigant to the story because it shows the arena is a clock. Katniss and the rest of the allies find this out and understadn why this is all hapening. After this is said in the story they start to figure out what happens at each our. Now they canavoid what goes on.