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Catching Fire Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, The Enemy: Chapters 24-27 Summary

Suzanne Collins
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Part 3, The Enemy: Chapters 24-27 Summary

In chapter twenty-four, Katniss runs into the jungle in search of her little sister, only to realize it is a jabberjay mimicking the voice of her sister. After she kills it, Finnick joins her. Finnick hears the voice of someone he loves and runs away. Katniss convinces him it is only the jabberjays and they return to the beach only to discover an invisible wall is holding them inside the jungle. Katniss and Finnick are forced to listen to the tortured sounds of their loved ones. When they are finally released, Beetee and Peeta assure Katniss that her family and friends are safe somewhere, not being tortured.

The group settles down to eat when the faces of the dead flash in the sky. Eight more dead, eight left. Then they receive a parachute with rolls from District 3. When darkness...

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