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This series was amazing although I was a little disappointed with this one last book it was a really good trilogy in all! It was so well written that I ok ok i cried a little at the first book when little rue died! Haha and I really don’t cry in books when it gets to a sad part . . . Well I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes action and a little romance!
posted Jan 12, 2012 at 6:59PM
good books but sad and weird ending but i still loved it!
posted Jan 21, 2012 at 6:13PM
This was my favorite book of the series. I like action but this one also has more plot twists and personal interaction that make the story interesting. You keep wondering if it’s going to be Gale or Peeta or neither (or both?) right up to the last pages. Yes, the ending isn’t the "live lived happily ever after" style, but frankly people, Panem has been through a civil war and the teenage heroine has killed many people. I’m not sure it is happily ever after yet for the people or vets of Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, or even Vietnam...
posted Jun 11, 2012 at 12:21PM
Although different from the first two in the Hunger Games, it still closes the series in a realistic, and suspense filled way that I loved.
posted Aug 11, 2012 at 11:44AM
This finishes the amazing thriller, The Hunger Games, with a spectacular finish I will not spoil!
posted Nov 7, 2012 at 10:13AM
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Survived the Hunger Games twice; the Capitol wants revenge; her family and friends are being threatened by the President; struggling to retain her identity; losing control of her life; used as a pawn to get other districts into revolution.
Survived the Hunger Games a second time with Katniss; still in love with Katniss.