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catching-fire-usCatching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Type: fiction

Page Count: 391

TTBR Synopsis: Yeah, I read it again. I had to prepare myself for the new movie, and I’m so glad I did. I may not have noticed how close they came to making an exact movie replica of the book. And I had my doubts…



Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

Type: fiction

Page Count: 390

TTBR Synopsis: I couldn’t not re-read this after re-reading “Catching Fire,” could I?





Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer

Type: non-fiction

Page Count: 333

TTBR Synopsis: I effing love this book. It freaks me out, excites me, I can’t stop thinking about Everest. I watch all the documentaries I can find, look at pictures of corpses on the mountain, and look for pictures of it online. I need to see it. I want to climb it. But I would probably die.

I’m pretty sure I read something else before the end of the year, but I think I’m possibly thinking of the two books I started but didn’t/haven’t finished until 2014.


Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Type: science fiction

Page Count: 391

Received by: I have it as a hard copy, but I read it on my new smart phone via Rebekah’s kindle app 🙂

Started reading: 26 February 2012

Finished reading: 29 February 2012

Interest level: 10 – Just as good as the first.

Recommendation level: 10 – So great.

TTBR Synopsis: The government flexes its muscles after Katniss stuck up her nose at them. The more she tries to protect her loved ones, the more passionately the rebels revolt. Her instincts are always right, even when she doesn’t even know it. She’s a misguided yet powerful teenager who only wants what’s best for her family and friends. Weren’t we all like that, once?