Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, Book 3)
Book 3, The Hunger Games
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The greatly anticipated final book in the New York Times bestselling Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins.The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge. Who do they think should pay for the unrest?Katniss Everdeen.The final book in The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins will have hearts racing, pages turning, and everyone talking about one of the biggest and most talked-about books and authors in recent publishing history!!!!
From Publishers Weekly
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Couldn't stop reading!
This was a nice conclusion to the hunger games books. I read it in 4 days because I had to know what happened next. Some parts didn't make sense though even after re-reading them, just the way the author wrote it. The ending wasn't as great as I wanted and expected it to be so I was a little disappointed there. I did enjoy ready it though and I'm kinda sad the series is over.
I HUNGER…FOR MORE!
What’s my recipe for a delicious read? One part blood sport, two parts love and a zesty pinch of character development, that’s what! Sprinkle in some of the most strikingly named characters since my very own General Maddoxton and you’ve got yourself one savory pot of literary fondue. Katniss Everdeen. Peeta Mellerk. Haymitch Abernathy. Caesar Flickermann. Effie Trinket. The great Emeril Lagasse himself doesn’t make Louisiana gumbo this spicy.
Now you dear readers, might be saying to yourself: Eric Jonrosh, warrior-poet and author of the sweeping epic “The Spoils of Babylon,” set to air on IFC this very January 9th—doesn’t “The Hunger Games” series read much like your off-Broadway musical “The Famine Fiasco” sounded? Admittedly, it does. But who hasn’t written a tale or twelve about doe-eyed adolescents forced to hunt one another in a bloody attempt to satisfy the murderous ambitions of an apocalyptic future society? I personally consider that narrative archetype a fine plot starter for any aspiring dream weaver.
Now if Mrs. Collins were to follow up this fine series with a novel about a rags-to-riches-to-rags-to-riches-to-rags oil tycoon with a borderline incestuous relationship with his conniving adopted sister, Cynthia Morehouse, well then yes, I’d be rather miffed. So be forewarned, Suzanne, you may be a salty young scribe, but stay away from “The Spoils of Babylon,” or you’ll have heaven, hell and Eric Jonrosh to pay.
Eric Jonrosh, author/director/lover of “The Spoils of Babylon,” airing on IFC, January the 9th, 2014
i guess after paople saw the movie they want to know what will hapen next
- Level: Grades 5-10
- Category: Dystopian
- Published: Aug 24, 2010
- Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
- Seller: Scholastic Inc.
- Print Length: 400 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: Book 3, The Hunger Games