Book review on hunger games mockingjay
In Mockingjay, the ultimate battle between the Capitol and the districts occurs, culminating in epic warfare and destruction. While younger kids have been drawn to The Hunger Games trilogy by the popularity of the books and the movies, the darkness of the books, including Mockingjay, definitely make them young adult books rather than middle gradSuzanne Collins, Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy)Mockingjay is the final book in The Hunger Games trilogy, and carries the resolution to the previous books and quite importantly the answers to the end of the second book (Catching Fire).
Now living in the underground, regimented world of District 13, Katniss struggles to cope with the pressures and losses life in District 13 brings and her mental health. Update: November 2010.Did you like the Hunger Games but feel let down by Mockingjay. Did you wish it ended differently. Even though I loved it, I longed for an ending that put Katniss back at the center of the story and made her growth a powerful symbol for a Panem about to take flight. We can offer you all of that. Someone on our team of reviewers will read your book and honestly review it.
My reviewer went into detail on the storyline, character development and plot twist without giving away too much detail. Gale has escaped. Peeta has been captured by the Capitol. District 13 really does exist. There are rebels. There are new leaders. And her desire for revenge clouds her judgment when it comes to the safety of those around her.