Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
The second book sucked. All there is to it. The first book was awesome, amazing, but the second almost destroyed my original opinion on the Hunger Games. But I’m not here to tell you about Catching Fire. I refuse to waste one more second of my time thinking about that book. I’m here to talk to you about Mockingjay.
The entire story idea for the Hunger Games trilogy is basically revolution. Overthrowing the tyrannical government that lives in luxury while the rest of the citizens struggle to stay alive. It’s set about a thousand years in the future, and a country called Panem stands in the place of the United States. Instead of states, there are Districts.
Oh, before I go any farther, I must emphasize that my review is going to be on the last book of the trilogy.
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