By Carol Memmott, Bob Minzesheimer and Dierdre Donahue at Tuesday’s release of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, which features symbologist Robert Langdon of The Da Vinci Code, is being surrounded by secrecy. Suzanne Collins has landed at No. 1 with Catching Fire. And the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association has made an unexpected move up to No. 25.

Collins on ‘Fire’: Suzanne Collins is too busy writing the final book in The Hunger Games, her trilogy for teens, to do a book tour or even many interviews. But that hasn’t prevented Catching Fire, the second in the series, from landing at No. 1 on USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list. The series, set in a futurist dictatorship, features teens forced to fight to the death on TV. It has been praised by two other writers who have reached No. 1 on the list: Stephenie Meyer and Stephen King. Collins, 47, says, “I’m wonderfully shocked and deeply grateful that the book has connected with so many readers.”

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Hunger Games has been highly recommended to me several times. I really should pick it up soon.

Have you read Hunger Games?