Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
My rating: 3-4 stars
**If you haven’t read previous books, don’t read!**
The revolution that Katniss Everdeen only imagined about has begun. District 12 is in ashes. District 13 is real. Peeta is captured. The Capitol is killing innocent people by the minute, and the rebels are taking action. But Katniss is still part of the puzzle, part of this rebellion that has been planned since Katniss went into the Quarter Quell. The leaders of District 13 and the rebels want her to be the Mockingjay – the face of the rebellion. To do this, she has to accept the responsibility for all the lives lost during this war. No matter the cost, Katniss must be the Mockingjay.
Personally, I love the Hunger Games books, I really do. And I was really, really excited for this book to finally come out, although I’m sad it’s over. But truthfully, Mockingjay wasn’t as good as I expected. It’s definitely not the best in the series. It felt really rushed, especially towards the end. And at the end, it just kind of ended. The end. Done. I don’t know, I feel like there could have been a lot more.
Anyway, although this book wasn’t the best it could have been, it was still pretty good!