Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

Mockingjay is the last book of the Hunger Games series, and my least favorite out of the three. Katniss has found herself to be in District 13, thought to have been wiped out by the capital. She wakes up to find out that she was saved from the games but now Peeta has been captured by the capital. Hesitant to become the symbol for the rebellion, Katniss finally agrees when she knows that Peeta is being tortured. Katniss then starts training to be a part of a group that will be gunning for President Snow, only to find out that she is mostly there to be recorded on camera to inspire the troops. Things go wrong, though, on their mission and they are pulled directly into the middle of battle. This is when the war takes off for Katniss and she must take control of the mission. This was an okay book for me. It seemed to be all over the place and I could not get around how Katniss, a seventeen year old girl becomes the leader of a military troop with the responsibility to kill President Snow.

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