Book: Hunger Games 3: Mockingjay

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The Hunger Games 3: Mockingjay
Book 3 in the trilogy

Massive, cliché rebellion. Far too much Hunger Games.
455 pages, ★★★

I found this book boring.

Ninety percent of Mockingjay depicts a rebellion against the Capitol, during which, Peeta is captured and Katniss fights in a mockingjay costume. Mockingjay reminded me of two more disappointing trilogies: Matrix Revolutions and The Bourne Ultimatum… all were action-packed but lacked an interesting story.

Even though some people die along the way, Mockingjay ends with Peeta and Katniss living happily ever after. The evil Capitol falls.

I strongly recommend the first book, but it leaves you with no cravings for a second or third book at all. Don’t waste your time reading them just because they exist—one Hunger Games book was enough. ★★★

7 thoughts on “Book: Hunger Games 3: Mockingjay

  1. I completely agree. I liked the first one (though the films conversion was a little too ‘twilight-esque’ for my taste…), the second was do-able… but the third was boring. She should have stopped at the first. I dread to think what the 2nd and 3rd films will be like x_x.

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