Suzanne Collins (Mockingjay)

In the final installment in The Hunger Games trilogy, Katniss is living in District 13. She has been asked to become the Mockingjay. Unfortunately, though, Peeta is not there to support her. The hovercraft that rescued her from the Arena was not able to take him or they would all be destroyed. So Katniss must convince the Districts to move on without the boy with bread to help her.
I found ‘Mockingjay’ was a very captivating book. It was full of war, emotion, and so many more things that I do not know. I nearly cried a countless number of times. And Suzanne Collins has created a book worthy of great praise. ‘Mockingjay’ is a book that should be loved, honored, and cherished forever. And, if anyone says otherwise, they are lying.

Go Katniss! Long live the Mockingjay!


Posted on April 18, 2011, in Drama, Fantasy, Science-Fiction, Uncategorized, Violent. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hi flik

    Have you tried reading Isaac Asimov's Foundation series of books? I think you might like it. And then get completely stuck into all his other ones as well, particularly his books of shorts stories and the space detective series.

    In case you're not aware, Asimov wrote the story that I, Robot is based on – way better than the film imho

    Anyways, give it a try and let me know what you think.


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