Mockingjay eBook by Suzanne Collins
Click Here to Download the Book Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has survived the Hunger Games twice. But now that she's made it out of the bloody arena alive, she's still not safe. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge. Who do they think should pay for the unrest? Katniss. And what's worse, President Snow has made it clear that no one else is safe either. Not Katniss's family, not her friends, not the people of District 12. Mockingjay, this thrilling final installment of Suzanne Collins's groundbreaking The Hunger Games trilogy promises to be one of the most talked about books of the year.
Reviews Mockingjay was the most anticipated book of 2010. Now that it's out and read by the people who got it as soon as they possibly could they all realize why. This book made me laugh and cry my eyes out, scream at the page, and finally pinch myself to see if I was dreaming. I actually did the last one everytime I finished a chapter. There's a lot more Gale in this book, my feelings about him remain mixed, actually i change my mind... i just don't like him. Peeta changed, I still loved him even though he changed. People would think he was a sissy, couldn't manage to fight back for himself. People though he was helpless. The way he was in this book automatically proves them wrong, because he was so strong! He just chose not to hurt people really (with an exception of Cato). Katniss broke. yep, she did (not goign to say why becuase of spoilers) but she was really broken for a while, then she realized that life just goes on. She couldn't change what happened and giving up her life wouldn't change it either. So she moved on. This book in the series had a complexity that the other didn't have. The whole book had a sort of feeling to it, that made it feel like the end, the last book, over. The whole time I was reading it it felt like I was in some sort of dream, because I've been having dreams about getting this book ever since September 3rd- the day I finished Catching Fire. Thoughts always swarmed my head. I thought way too much about this book. I knew that probably at least one of the things I thought in my head were going to happen and one fo them did, but only one. it didn't happen exactly the way I imagined it in my head but pretty close. The death in this book. I was expecting death, ones of my favorite characters. It did happen. Just not the ones I expected. the ones I desperatly thought were going to die didn't die. The book was amazing and before I started this review I was convinced I coulndn't manage to write a review for it. I was crying when I finished it. What I was really expecting when i picked this book up was a war. A war with armies lined up to try and shoot each other with guns, like the ones you see glimpes of on T.V, but this war was revenge. Dirty, bloody, revenge. On everyone. Everyone is a victim during a war like that. The last words at the end of the epilogue really got me. They brought on more tears. Now I have to feed my Hunger Games craving with fanfiction. I hope Collins makes another book series as amazing as The Hunger Games. Because The Hunger Games was a HUGE part of my teenhood. I remember all my daydreams about what the heck is going to happen in the next book and what could possibly happen in the Peeta/Katniss/Gale
I just finished reading Mockingjay...and now I have to try to be eloquent about it and not spoil it for everyone else. Wow. Just...wow, I am still trying to wrap my brain around this book. For anyone who is worried that this book will not live up to the hype of the previous two, rest assured it does. This, for all intents and purposes, is a perfect book... the perfect ending to a perfect trilogy. Even the bits that seem off pace are still tied up in the last few paragraphs... and some of the writing... good gods, the writing... Suzanne Collins has a knack for saying exactly what she wants in the most poignant, most evocative, most faultless way possible. For everyone who has not read it yet, you are in for a treat. Be excited... be very very excited. I don't want to spoil the plot, but I will say one thing about Katniss in this book. It's interesting to see that this part of the story is where Katniss becomes Katniss, or rather she learns who she really is. This is a coming of age book. If there ever were one written in this trilogy, it's this one. Even with all of the struggles and all of the pain in the first books Katniss remains an unquakeable force. In this book Collins reveals weakness, and heart, and shame, and many other emotions that the girl who was on fire almost seems incapable of. That might be bad phraseology... I do not think Katniss a soulless automaton...however the levels of soul that Katniss exhibits in this book blow the others away. It's interesting to see that after two amazing and brilliant books Collins surpasses herself and allows Katniss to really feel what is going on. We know who Katniss is, but this is the first book where I feel she is really learning who she is and what she is capable of. I'll say no more, because I feel that I may be giving too much away as is. I hope this is just enough to whet all of your appetites for Mockingjay. I'm sorry it's done, because I want the experience of reading them all again for the first time and I won't ever have that twice. As is I cried for a solid ten minutes at the close of this book... full unbroken, sobs. Yeah, that provocative. If I could give it more than 5 stars I would. I bow to Ms. Collins for her superb literary achievement. This book burned. It's radiant.
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