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Having survived the Hunger Games twice before, Katniss Everdeen is lucky to be alive. However, she is far from safe. With the Capitol and President Snow blaming her for the strife plaguing District 12, Katniss must sacrifice herself to protect her loved ones.
Publisher: [New York] : Scholastic Audio, 2010.
ISBN: 9780545285292

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Sep 17, 2017

I was more than pleased with how Suzanne Collins chose to end off The Hunger Games series as I was incredibly satisfied yet still amazed by the resolution as it perfectly eliminated all my questions that remained after reading “Catching Fire”, the book which Mockingjay followed. The calm yet low-profile, suspenseful, and gradually thickening plot, with Suzanne Collins’ signature descriptive graphics and language, wrapped up the series incredibly and I completely applaud the author as her tremendous amount of work and effort is clearly visible in the 2010 novel, “Mockingjay”. I can clearly see where the inspiration came from and where she took it to create an all-time favourite that countless age groups enjoy. The storyline that follows Katniss Everdeen’s final moments as simply a victim of President Snow’s “games” and her entrance into the rebellion against him is yet another signature writing element, an incredible figurative representation of past and current world events. Overall, I absolutely enjoyed reading The Hunger Games series and I would definitely recommend “Mockingjay” to any mature reader looking for a thrilling wrap up to this series. Rating: 4/5
- @BiggerPictureReviews of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

The last novel in the Hunger Games trilogy written by Suzanne Collins is “Mockingjay”, and I must say, it was an intense and saddening end to the trilogy. I have to admit, I was somewhat disappointed with the ending as I was expecting more; but if I put my pickiness aside, the ending was surely moving and well-wrapped together. As a reader who has went through the first two books, “The Hunger Games” and “Catching Fire”, I think that this was absolutely a well thought out book and the organization and flow was beautiful and captivating, just like with the other two books. Reading this particular novel in the trilogy has allowed me to reflect on the previous 2 books and appreciate the quality of rare books such as this one. I’ve enjoyed reading the Hunger Games series and I’m certain this book will be a favourite for years to come. Rating 4.5/5.
- @WordfulReviews of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Mockingjay in three words? Pleasing, different and refreshing. This is the final book in the Hunger Games trilogy and it does prove to be a good pull to the end. Katniss is still quite the same in some aspects, but as the book goes on she changes into a stronger version of herself; whether that be good or bad. Her character progresses through so much that she is hardening up to the things that have scared or hurt her and is willing to accept the many trials that her life has brought. Peeta is still suffering from the effect of the tracket jacker venom that triggered him in the Capitol; thus becoming a weapon against Katniss in her own hands. But she can’t live in the shock forever, and must continue the mission to overthrow the Capitol and the President’s reign over the districts. Alongside her team, District 13, and all the districts that are rebelling, Katniss is shaped into a mockingjay that she doesn’t see the purpose in. Who is she, and what is her mission? The reader will be faced with tragedy, sorrow and rebellion never experienced before in this action packed ending to the Hunger Games we all have grown to love.
- @jewelreader of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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