Home >> Quotes & Sayings >>

Suzanne Collins’ “Catching Fire” Quotes (88 Quotes)


Find Suzanne Collins’ “Catching Fire” books & products @ Amazon


  • As coal pressured into pearls by our weighty existence. Beauty that arose out of pain.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • I can't fight the sun. I can only watch helplessly as it drags me into a day that I've been dreading for months. Katniss Everdeen
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • If you die and i live there's no life for me back in District 12. You're my whole life. I would never be happy again.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • My nightmares are usually about losing you. I'm okay once I realize you're here.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • The main thing I feel is a sense of relief. That I can give up this game. That the question of whether I can succeed in this venture has been answered, even if that answer is a resounding no. That if desperate times call for desperate measures, I am free to act as desperately as I want.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")


  • You've got to go through it to get to the end of it.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • As the alcohol overcomes my mind, I hear the glass bottle shatter on the floor. This seems appropriate since I have obviously lost my grip on everything.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • I do think you're mad and I'll still go with you.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • I'm filled with awe, as I always am, as I watch her transform from a woman who calls me to kill a spider to a woman immune to fear.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • No wonder I won the Games. NO decent person ever does.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • The morphlings from District 6 are in the camouflage station, painting each other's faces with bright pink swirls.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • Because I'm selfish. I'm a coward. I'm the kind of girl who, when she might actually be of use, would run to stay alive and leave those who couldn't follow to suffer and die.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • I don't care if you got knocked up. I can still rip your throat out
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • I'm not prepared for Rue's family. Her parents, whose faces are still fresh with sorrow. Her fiver younger siblings, who resemble her so closely. The slight builds, the luminous brown eyes. They form a flock of small dark birds.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")

  • Not like this. He wanted it to be real.
    (Suzanne Collins, "Catching Fire")


    Related Authors




Pg 3/612345...Last