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Mockingjay: The Final Book of The Hunger Games
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on August 30, 2015
One of the few times where I thought the movie was better than the book. Writing was weak and basically just boring.
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great!!!!
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on June 16, 2015
interesting
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on May 16, 2015
If you are looking for a lot of action and big battle pieces, then you maybe a little disappointed as the big adventurous battles and gore, doesn't come till the end. And even then the ending feels anti-climactic, as it doesn't have the big show-down that readers maybe expecting.

But if you are looking for a character drama, a young adult novel that unexpectedly delves into the traumatic mind-set of a strong leading character, who really is a 17 year old girl, thrown into situations, which people twice her age barely would be able to handle, let alone someone who is 17, then you will enjoy the final book in this series.

I liked that in an unexpected twist of the YA genre, the author here actually goes into detail the level of physical and mental trauma that Katniss suffers as a result of having to kill and seeing her loved ones getting killed and her life pretty much destroyed. How does she pick up the destroyed pieces and find a way to rebuild a new life? Who does she choose to rebuild her life with, Gale or Peeta? You'll also be asking yourself, what happens to Panem, after President Snow is finished? Does it become a better, more democratic society? Does Katniss play a role in making that happen?
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on May 12, 2015
Waiting for Allegiant, received Four but will not start it until I've read it.
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on April 15, 2015
pretty enjoyable read. its light and ends with a bang, i would recommend this book for a beach or bathroom reader!
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on April 14, 2015
cool book!!!
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on April 9, 2015
I am reading the book for the second time and am still turning each page as quick as I did the first read. You are compelled to continue reading until you are finished the book. There. We're things that really hit home after reading it the first time. A real keeper! I will likely read it again when the complete series has been complete in film just to compare the movies to the actual book. So far so good!
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on March 1, 2015
The book was pretty good. The plot is amazing, but it did tend to get confusing in some parts, and the book was a bit rushed, but other than that is was good.
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on February 25, 2015
The first two books had me so hooked and mesmerised I could barely breathe. I read them both over three days and could not put them down. But Mockingjay felt weird and rushed. It pulled down everything that had been created in the first two books. I ended up disliking Katniss and Peeta though I understood why they ended up like that.
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