- Reading level: 9 - 12 years
- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Scholastic Incorporated; 1st Edition edition (1 November 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9788184776218
- ISBN-13: 978-8184776218
- ASIN: 8184776217
- Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 2.5 x 21.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 318 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #90,486 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Mockingjay Paperback – 1 Nov 2011
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Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has survived the Hunger Games twice. But now that she's made it out of the bloody arena alive, she's still not safe. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge. Who do they think should pay for the unrest? Katniss. And what's worse, President Snow has made it clear that no one else is safe either. Not Katniss's family, not her friends, not the people of District 12. Powerful and haunting, this thrilling final installment of Suzanne Collins's groundbreaking The Hunger Games trilogy promises to be one of the most talked about books of the year.
Hey Nayantara Sam, Stop it. I was halfway through reading your review, and you had practically given away the whole story, and spoiled the book for a lot of people, you know. So just remember in the future not to do this. Because it irritates some people enormously. Btw, the book is great, people!(Since I do have to write something about the book as it's a review) --Medha Kumar Mar 24, 2012
Mockingjay was voted the Goodreads Best Book of the Year in all Genres of 2010 and the best hero and heroine votings went to it too! An awesome ending to an awesome trilogy, a perfect blend that captivated the minds of all readers. --Abhisek Dash Dec 1, 2011
he last two books were clearly fiction. The deuteragonists come leaping out of a certain-death situation but there was a measure of reality added to those. with this book, although i'm sure the author wanted to make realism the major theme, there are a lot of WTF moments because of that fiction-reality conflict. there's even a Sylvester Stallone moment where people run around armed with nothing but a bow and arrow trained on a hovercraft and take it down with just that! But Mockingjay takes flight with reality playing a major role all the same. The tension of the revolution builds up slowly and palpably. Many readers yowl about some characters who are killed off and make virtual effigies for them all over the net. To me the fact that these people were sacrificed for the war, that their loss was felt deeply and that the pain and mental agony experienced were expressed and laid bare for the readers to feel was the impressive bit. This book isn't as fast-paced as the first one and not as soothingly unrealistic as the second, but it is harsh in its expectations of war. It makes you think about the cost of freedom, the price of war, the transiency of celebrity, how it's in human nature to exploit, use and throw something It's the best in the series and you should buy and read it it's the most thought-evoking, blunt, practical and realistic portrayal of the world although younger readers may not understand this yet. Heck, if you're here you're pretty well hooked anyway --mrin Aug 18, 2012
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It was very intense and emotional read(esp when District 11 girl died). Sometimes I was irritated with Katniss when she didn't understand Peeta obvious love and continued playing the act.
It is sad that when she volunteered for her sister out of love / protection and when Peeta did the same ( kind of saved her life during the game) she was questioning his motive ( not fair and not very clever in my opinion). Apart from this I have no complain.
Coming to the quality of the books. The covers are beautiful! The dust jacket has those texture on the names and on the mockingjay bird. The mockingjay is engraved on the actual cover, which adds to the aesthetic of the book. The pages are good and the binding is really strong. If you willing to to collect- of course you got to get this one. This one should be on every book enthusiast's shelf.
P.S. The best part, this is the FIRST EDITION. Yes! This is the first one! Not a reprint!
As always, Happy Hunger Games and may the odds be ever in your favor!
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About the book -
It is one of the best book of dystopian genreee you can ever read🔥
The plot, language, characters everything iss soo soo good, you wouldn’t want to keep it down.
P.S - there is also a movie of this book, and it is nothing in comparison to book. Read the book before you see moviee 🎉 Just my suggestions ☺️
Hunger Games series is fast paced, thrilling, emotional and have a very good plot. I would definitely recommend the series to others but the conclusion of the series is bit disappointing. Conclusion is also tragic. I am happy that many characters didn't die but it was a sad ending.
Katniss reduced to self pitying and whining girl who can't handle with the tragic incidents happened in her life. She has no idea what's going on and didn't have any opinion about anything. She was very much confused. In previous installations she was kick ass,in control, intelligently assessing the situations to make decision but she lost all of her qualities. I agree that there is lot of bad things happening but I felt like she lost her main quality i.e. fighting back. Its a biggest low in this book for me.
She whines about Peeta and Gale too. I hate it when any main character does that in any book. If you can't make up your mind then take a break, clear your mind and DECIDE. But don't go kissing around both and say 'I need Gale' and 'I need Peeta'( can't help but compare this to Twilight). I hated her for this.
Then, there is matter of deaths. Some deaths seems to be silly, didn't make any sense and unnecessary. Death of Prim didn't have any impact on me because you don't get to meet her much in the story. So, I was not able to relate with Katniss's emotional turmoil which Prim's death brought on her. I really felt like slapping her when she agrees for Hunger Games giving a excuse that its for Prim( I think Hunger Games were the main reason for her death and she wants them again and that too for Prim ! What an idiot!). Many other characters just died without any cause for example Finnick. I was hoping that he is going to play some important role in killing of President Snow but sadly he just died(Oh, I know he was trying to save Katniss **sarcastically**).
There is also one thing which confused me. When Boggs dies, he says "Don't Trust anyone. Kill Peeta. Do what you came for". I thought there is major plot twist coming but these lines had nothing to do with story that follows.
Anyways, even with my complaints I enjoyed reading the series and always rooted for Katniss Everdreen.
please buy this book.
this is no normal.
this is buisness.
this is the hunger games, actually but okay...
however no significant damages on the book.
the story is as expected of a great author like suzanne collins.
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