In the second book of the trilogy, we meet up with Katniss Everdeen who has just survived the Hunger Games with Peeta Mellark. While mostly everyone i...moreIn the second book of the trilogy, we meet up with Katniss Everdeen who has just survived the Hunger Games with Peeta Mellark. While mostly everyone is celebrating her victory, President Snow sees something different.
President Snow threatens her safety, along with all the others in District 12 unless she can convince she acted out of love. so with the help of Peeta, Katniss has to prove to President Snow along with all of Panem that she wasn't trying to start a rebellion.
This book offers the same race and agility as you saw in the first book. The ending to the story was far greater then the first one and it keeps you wanting to read on.
The best writing is within the relationships between the characters. Katniss has a connection to the two main men in her life, Peeta and Gale. She must try to figure out her feelings for each one, while trying to do what she thinks is best for everyone in her life.
The writing is fast-paced and creative and keeps the audience at the edge of their seat, anxiously waiting to see how the story is going to end.