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Having survived the Hunger Games twice before, Katniss Everdeen is lucky to be alive. However, she is far from safe. With the Capitol and President Snow blaming her for the strife plaguing District 12, Katniss must sacrifice herself to protect her loved ones
Publisher: Solon, OH : Playaway Digital Audio : [Manufactured and distributed by] Findaway World, LLC, [2010], p2010
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9781616379308
Characteristics: 1 sound media player (11 hr., 41 min.) : digital ; 3 3/8 x 2 1/8 in


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Aug 09, 2017

“Mockingjay” is the final installment of the hunger games series. I was impressed with the first book of the series, “The Hunger Games” but I was disappointed by the second book of the series, “Catching Fire”. I thought “Catching Fire” would be like a bridge from “The Hunger Games” to “Mockingjay”. “Mockingjay” would then be the epic conclusion of the series but it didn’t really feel that way. The ending was a depressing and hopeless mess. It’s not like I was expecting an ending with rainbows and Katniss lives happily ever after with her husband. But, I wasn’t expecting the ending to be so gloomy. I also didn’t want the love triangle to be continued on for so long because that wasn’t the main plot of this book. I honestly hoped she would choose Gale but she was leading both Peeta and Gale on. By the end of “Mockingjay” I didn’t really care who she chose. Katniss Everdeen, “the girl on fire” also changed, but in a bad way. In “The Hunger Games”, she was strong, clever, and resourceful. But in “Mockingjay”, she was whiny and didn’t really have control over anything. Overall, “Mockingjay” was not what I expected it be. I know there are many other people who enjoyed this book but personally, I didn’t enjoy reading it. 2/5 stars.
- @Riddikulus of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Am I the only one who doesn't like the voice of the person reading it? I really don't like the inflections or the other voices.

They should have paid for an actor from the movies to read it.

Frank60 Mar 05, 2014

Holy cow. As a spoiler alert, Collins does not mind killing off beloved characters. Ouch! Compelling from beginning to end with plot twists left and right. I have both read the book and heard the audio. The reader of the audio did a great job coveying the emotions of the characters. I could have believed each character spoke as she did, even when she did the voices of the male characters. But it all comes down to the story, and this one captured you from the first word and didn't let go until the end. I would read it again, and I would hear it again, and I can't wait for the movie (both parts!) to come out. By the way, I loved the movie treatments of both prior titles.

Dec 20, 2013

the beginning was depressing like new moon in twilight series. but the middle was ok, but the ending was kinda rubbish. i wished they had ellaborated on katniss and peeta! i love that they ended up 2gether

samdog123 May 16, 2013

Really took me awhile to get into this book. It's not like the previous titles where the action takes place in the "games". Much of the action for just over half of the book is about the political aftermaths of the Hunger Games. The action heats up when the Rebels hit the capital. I liked that the ending isn't wrapped up like a gift with a pretty bow, but nonetheless, a great ending to a series that will surely become a classic one.

Apr 13, 2013

*Spoiler Alert* read if you dare.....................

HOW COULD YOU KILL PRIM AND FINNICK!!!!! they were the best characters... well also rue, fox face and johanna.

Mar 05, 2013

The revolution, sector 13, the relationships, and where does it all go. I felt that the author was trying to put too much into the story and also bring it to a conclusion all at once. A bit much and at times trying.

The ending was very tasteful and I felt very appropriate. Her greatest fear finally put away.

0Charlie Jan 16, 2013

I enjoyed The Hunger Games but was leery of wasting my time following up with the next 2 books. I continued and found it well worth my time. I listened to them narrated by Carolyn McCormick who, although she doesn't change her voice alot, is still able to delineate the characters well. I will recommend the series to my book club - teens and adults will both enjoy them.

aaa5756 Nov 29, 2012

The Audiobook CD was okay – but not one of my favorites.

Aug 04, 2012

I absolutely could not put down The Hunger Games and Catching Fire but this one I didn't like. It actually made me want to cry at the ending; it was that awful and when one of my favourite characters died near the end, I totally hated it. This book has an awful ending to it. To me, it feels rushed like Collins just wanted to end it and get it over with. I don't think I could read another of her books. My friend likes it because it stays away from romance except for the ending but I liked that perfect mix of twisted love between Katniss, Peeta, and Gail, and the never ending adventures of her life. I would recommend the first and second books but not this one.

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