من عند Tiefenthal, 91578 Leutershausen, ألمانيا
This story flips between a prison and a medieval castle, with a story about two cousins and how they deal with their past. It's hard to know what's going on until the end, but the story seems to fade in and out of reality, and is an interesting tale.
What happens when you piss off an entire governmental body? Well, you draw fire. Which is exactly what happens to Katniss and Peeta. Follows the pacing of the first book, it throws tidbit after tidbit to keep you interested, and a whopper is inserted several times in the second half of the book. Then at the end of it all, something happens to make you want to forge on to the third book. I'm just glad I didn't read it before the entire trilogy was published. I'd've been in a bind. Katniss is like a simmering pot of frustration and anger. I imagine she boils over in the third book. Not your typical protagonist. She heaps too much on herself and believes that nothing can happen without her intervention. At the end of it all, she finds more she thought has been afoot and this makes her angry, instead of maybe relieved, or grateful.