Mockingjay, is the last book in the Hunger Games trilogy. It has garnered, generally, favorable reviews from critics, but received a lot of mixed reviews from its fans. Some who were expecting the same kind of tone and action-filled scenes as in the previous two novels, the Hunger Games and Catching Fire, weren’t as thrilled with the book probably because this time there were no scenes from the arena anymore. However, this doesn’t mean that the novel should be considered a disappointment. The intensity of the plot and the unpredictability of each scene will keep you turning one page to the next.
The third novel shows us a Katniss Everdeen that is forever altered and hardened. Who can blame her for being thrown into the arena as a tribute twice and narrowly surviving each time? Here she formally takes on the role of the “Mockingjay,” the leader of the rebellion against the Capitol.
Let Suzanne Collins take you through the final chapters of her fantasy world. The Mockingjay is a novel that you cannot pass up on.