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Mockingjay (Book 3 of The Hunger Games Trilogy)

Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options A lot or a little? Mockingjay book 3 parents' guide to what's in this book.

Educational Value The book's plot could be a jumping-off point to discuss real wartime propaganda and symbols of freedom that people cling to during a war.


See our "Families Can Talk About" section for other discussion ideas to sharpen kids' critical thinking skills. I also hated how she kept flip-flopping and toying with mockingjay book 3 Gale and Peeta I've been bothered by this since CF.

She should make up her mind about who she wants instead of leading them both on!

Mockingjay: The Hunger Games, Book 3 Book Review

Her fickleness is pretty inconsiderate to these two guys whom she supposedly cares about. She ended up with Peeta, which would have been fine if it had been executed properly.

She just ended up with Peeta because he was the only one who stuck around. At the end, I found myself wanting her to end up alone, of her OWN choice.

Heck, instead of spiraling into bleak depression and mockingjay book 3 life as a puppet, I would have rather seen her die for a noble cause and mockingjay book 3 doing the right thing.

Mockingjay book 3 would have been a more satisfactory ending, and that's saying something because I normally HATE when characters die. I didn't like that we didn't get to experience the action close-up.

As the war unraveled, I felt like Katniss was always on the sidelines, only called in when other people commanded her to.

We didn't get to see Katniss kicking butt against her enemies, we got to hear from other characters about events that occurred, or watch them on the TV. It is so mindnumbingly dull to be watching a character watching something, instead of experiencing the action mockingjay book 3 the character.

Mockingjay: The Hunger Games, Book 3

Everything she did was for show, for a propo or campaign or whatever. It was all so.


Here they are in the mockingjay book 3 of a war, people are dying left and right, and all they care about is filming and getting good shots and angles and putting on a pretty face!

It felt so staged and it was boring and infuriating to read.

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The only real action is towards the end when mockingjay book 3 and her team are going on the assassin mission to kill Snow, and even THAT was originally only for a propo that went astray. The last third of the book the assassin mission was gorey and bloody, which I didn't mind.

It's war after all. But many characters' deaths were so rushed and pointless.

Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, #3) by Suzanne Collins

Prim's death didn't have the impact that I'm sure Collins was aiming for; I didn't feel sad when she died, as she's barely in the story as mockingjay book 3 is, so I didn't get to know her well enough and connect with her beforehand.

She was absent for at least pages before her death came out of nowhere, for God's sake, so her death felt like any stranger's death. Although it seems her death kind of defeated the point of sparing her from the Mockingjay book 3 Games.

What DID kill me was Finnick's death.