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Mockingjay (The Hunger Games Book: #3) :
MOCKINGJAY, the thrilling conclusion of THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy from #1New York Times best selling author Suzanne Collins.
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11 . coolest
Posted January 04, 2011 by cutie97 , cathe bestest series i have ever read
it is awsome:-)
12 . Masterful
Posted November 26, 2010 by Opus104 , ChicagoThis final installment raised the level of the series in my estimation. Yes, it is a different approach than the first two novels. It has to be. Katniss has spent years being used and abused by manipulative, power hungry adults. War wears away at the joy of every day teen angst. Katniss has been through hell and that trauma is reflected here. No ending should be simple and satisfying in a place like Panem . . .
13 . I can't believe it ended...
Posted November 26, 2010 by Kristina , HamdenFor you people who hate this book, I can't believe you. Look, if you want to write a poor comment, do it on another book. This is an awesome way to finish up this spectacular series! It may get a little confusing sometimes, but don't give up on this book. I would love to blurt out every little detail about the whole series, but that would spoil a good book. Read the Hunger Games series in this order:
Book 1: The Hunger Games;
Book 2: Catching Fire;
Book 3: Mockingjay.
AND KEEP READING UNTIL THE END!!!!!!!!!!!
14 . LOVED it!!!!!!!
Posted November 18, 2010 by Travis , Charleston, WVI loved this series and this book especially. Very real and powerful. This wraps up the series in an excellent way.
15 . What the He**??
Posted November 14, 2010 by navywife123 , VAI loved the first two books in the series, but towards the end, this one was like a schizophrenic rant. I know if you read the first two books you'll feel like you have to read the third, but just go in having zero expectations.
16 . Hated to see it end!
Posted November 05, 2010 by Sallie , Laurens, SCOh, my word!! The only reason I didn't read this book faster was I didn't want it to end! I am a 35-year-old mother of 3. My sister teaches middle school language arts and had told me about the series. Luckily, I didn't get hooked until Book 3 was out...so I could read all 3 at once!! Each book had a little different style, but I loved them all. The books stayed on my heart and mind, and I was left tearful at the end. Hoping for movies to be made!!
17 . uhhhh
Posted September 25, 2010 by justin devine , chicagoi loved the 1st and 2nd books. i reread them again and again. i was looking forward to this book for weeks. when it came out i was horiffied by it. i dont wont to spoil it but she completly butchered the plot line and it dosent make much sence when u get down to it. this is my opinion, you can say what you want but this is what i thought.
18 . LOVED IT!!!!
Posted September 19, 2010 by Daniela , illinoisI absolutely loved the trilogy. I think the ending was great. Although you have to read the epilouge to understand how it ends. I think these books are works of genius. Parts were ro unexpected and passionate that it keeps me wanting more! Please read these books, you'll regret it if you don't!!!!
19 . Great Read
Posted September 11, 2010 by Jody Gwin , Fountain, COAwesome Book, A trilogy definitely worth it's weight in gold.
20 . So Sad :(
Posted September 11, 2010 by Sarah , New YorkI don't think this was a very good ending to the series. I think that Collins killed all the people that would've made the the ending worth while. I would recomend the first and second book in the series but if I were you I'd leave the third on the bookshelf.
August 24, 2010
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