Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, #3)Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I'm not going to lie... I cried. This is the toughest and most gritty of the books.
Mockingjay starts out where Catching Fire left off; Katniss is in District 13 with Gale and Haymitch. The rebels were unable to retrieve Peeta from the games.

Katniss is learning to deal with her new life, and her new role as the Mockingjay. She aches for Peeta, and what he must be going through in the hands of the Capitol, but there's nothing she can do. The war is raging, and the rebels seem to be holding their own. But who will win this war? And when they win, what will be left?

This book completely and utterly tore me apart. Suzanne Collins completely and utterly has a way with words. This book is truly about rebellion, and the struggles and pain of war, and death. Katniss is left with almost nothing but her family, and she needs to learn to deal with it. Honestly, she doesn't do a very good job at first, but she ends up managing alright.

This book, being the final in the trilogy is of course the most epic. This book will make you sit on the edge of your seat, and it will also make you cry. This series is one that everyone needs to read at least once in their life, since it touches every part of you, and also lets you know a few things about yourself that you didn't know before. I'm sad the trilogy is over, but Ms. Collins could not have ended it in any better way than she did.

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Lady D


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