It's been a week and a half since I finished Catching Fire, so it's past time to post. It's hard to write much about the plot without serious spoilers for The Hunger Games. But without going into too much detail, I'll say that in the second book of the trilogy, readers learn much more about the other 11 districts in Panem, the history of the Hunger Games, and the terrible lengths to which the Capitol will go to maintain its power. It's riveting, and I devoured it almost as quickly as the first book. I'm about two-thirds of the way through the final book, and I have all sorts of thoughts about it and the overall messages of the trilogy, but I'll save those for that review. Right now, I'm going to get back to reading.