Book Summary: Mockingjay By Suzanne Collins

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Mockingjay The book that I read was Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. Mockingjay is a book about a girl named Katniss Everdeen, also known as the girl on fire, who is still alive after her home was demolished. Her close friend, Gale has also survived everything the Capitol has thrown at their district, district 12. Her family, which is her mom, her sister Prim, and their cat Buttercup have also survived and are safe in district 13, along with the rest of the refugees. Peeta, who Katniss loved, has been captured by the Capitol and it 's killing Katniss on the inside. Also district 13 was real. The Capitol was trying to conceal the fact that it was there, but the refugees from the districts were rescued by district 13, and are now under their wing. A revolution has started, led by the rebels of the districts. While Katniss was in the Quarter Quell, district 13 saved her from the arena as a part of the revolution, which Katniss has…show more content…
What I didn 't like about my book is that it left me on a cliff hanger. I cannot tell you how much I dislike cliff hangers. They make everything so confusing. For example you have an idea of what the ending will be, then the cliffhangers come around and they put a twist on your theory. They leave you in suspicion wondering about what will happen next, and they make it seem like there is going to be another book, when there isn 't. Sometimes they aren 't annoying, they just make you think about the story, and the purpose of the story in a way. Sometimes I love cliffhangers, but not in this case. It 's just that there was already 3 books, and it makes it seem like there 's going to be a fourth book. This is the cliffhanger of Mockingjay,"That 's when I make a list in my head of every act of goodness I 've seen someone do. It 's like a game. Repetitive. Even a little tedious after more than twenty years. But there are much worse games to play." It just makes it seem like it 's not the end. That there 's just more to it. More to

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