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At the start of the second book of the Hunger Games trilogy, sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen is failing to enjoy the so-called spoils of being a Hunger Games Victor. Against all odds, both she and Peeta Mellark one side of her love triangle have managed to survive the Games. Her mother, sister, and best friend Gale Hawthorne who completes the triangle are safe. As the story opens, we see that six months have passed since the Games. After the Tour goes horribly wrong, things just get worse as the special theme of the 75 th Annual Hunger Games is announced. This installment of the trilogy is more about character development and world-building than about the life-or-death action of the original. That being said, the Catching Fire audiobook may actually be my favorite of the three—rare for trilogies, which tend to have saggy middles like any other story. Instead of falling into that trap, Catching Fire starts out leisurely to let us catch up with the characters and get familiar with the consequences of the actions in the first book, only to become a fast-paced story well worth the listen. Would you like to listen to the Catching Fire audiobook for free? Learn how to with the Audible free trial or click the button below to get from Amazon:.
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