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Mockingjay
Hunger Games #3
by Suzanne Collins
Dystopian
Science Fiction

Review #1
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
This book I loved because it was so full of action and violence, like how they go into the Capitol. Also this book did not take me long to read because it is an amazing book. I hope other people will read it.

Review #2
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
In the final book in the Hunger Games series, Katniss is faced with becoming the Mockingjay, the symbol of the rebellion. Katniss must try to bring the districts together against Snow in order to save Peeta and the other tributes. I liked this book because it was so different from the movie, it felt like I was reading an entirely different storyline. I am also a sucker for a romance novel and having Katniss try to decide between ale, her best friend from district 12, or Peeta, the boy who helped keep her alive in the Hunger Games, made the story more intriguing.

Review #3
* * * * Stars (Great!)
Mockingjay is the final book in the Hunger Games trilogy. Katniss & the rebellion must enter and take over the Capitol, but they face many obstacles the Capitol throws at them. Out of the three books of the trilogy, this was my least favorite. I wish the ending was different, however, I would still recommend it. 

Review #4
* * * Stars (Pretty good)
The last part of the Hunger Games trilogy starts off with a great adventure. I liked this book because it pulled me in from the first chapter.

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