Friday, August 22, 2014

Book Review: Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games - Book #3)

Mockingjay is the last book in The Hunger Games trilogy. 

If you haven't read the first two books, I recommend you read them before reading this review.

The book starts off with Katniss, being completely confused and wants vengeance from president Snow, her hatred towards the Capitol escalates. Katniss and the other victors show how persistent they are to fight and be victors, they strive to a better home, a better Panem and they would do anything to have peace and security spread throughout Panem which they have never had. 
This dystopian themed book highlights some of the major characteristics that one should be blessed with, Peeta's extreme and undying love towards Katniss, Gale's volunteering to save whoever Katniss cares about due to his love towards her. Katniss' bravery and her sense of responsibility towards her family, her strong bond that she is trying to maintain and keep attached. We also learn from Mockingjay that unison contributes to strength, they are trying their utmost to overthrow the cruel dictator president by starting a huge rebellion that spreads like fire through the districts and their only spark that gives them hope is Katniss Everdeen -the girl on fire- ; the mockingjay.

Our emotions must've been moved several times in this book, Snow's cruelty to mass murder, bomb and target the helpless makes us encourage Katniss and the others to end Snow's life and fight to a better Panem. 

In the end, I give this book 4 out of 5 stars for it's beautiful portraying of courageousness and bravery. It's the perfect ending to the series and an AMAZING plot twist at the end, you couldn't have seen this coming.

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