29 June 2011

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

This is it.  The final book in the Hunger Games trilogy.

After the events at the end of the second book, we see Katniss coming to terms with her role in the rebellion.  It all builds to a violent, bloody and satisfying end.

This book is also a study in PTSD.  Given everything that has happened to Katniss, its not surprising.  Again, going to be hard to review without spoiling, so this will be a short review.

Overall, I thought it was a fitting end to the trilogy.  It was a bit slow at times, but picked up in the last quarter of the book.  Read the first two, then move onto this one.  You won't regret it.

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