“Mockingjay,” by Suzanne Collins, is the third and final book in the Hunger Games trilogy.
I have mixed feelings about this book. There are some incredible twists and turns in this book - and I do not want to spoil them. There are a few scenes that are so jaw dropping I still think about them, and I finished the book more than two weeks ago.
This is a war book - there is a lot of fighting, strategy, propaganda, death. The revolution has gained strength, Katniss is suffering even more from Post Traumatic Stress disorder, and the love triangle - it get complicated.
This blog post is going to be short. I don’t want to write anything that could give away the surprises this trilogy has to offer. You don’t even see some the plot turns coming in the first or second book. I’m not even going to comment on the Peeta/Gale triangle.
Just go read the trilogy, send me an email when you’ve finished it, then we’ll talk.
The next book: “Dante Club,” by Matthew Pearl.