by Suzanne Collins
Published August 24, 2010 by Scholastic
When District 13's plans come to light, Katniss realizes she has been a pawn from the start. It seems everyone has had a hand in her fate. Now the rebels look to her to assume the Mockingjay persona, to be the visual symbol of their fight. Countless lives hang in the balance, awaiting her decision. Will Katniss become the Mockingjay, despite that it might cost her her very life?
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So much happens in the final book of the Hunger Games Trilogy. War has come to Panem and it seems like Katniss has no choice but to fight. Life in District 13 is regimented and uncertain. Katniss has her mother and sister, and Gale, but the loss of Peeta preys on her mind. What will his fate be in the hands of President Snow? When she is called to act, to don her Mockingjay suit and rally the people, can Katniss comply? How can she not?
As with all stories of epic proportions, there are many twists and turns to the plot. I have such a deep love and respect for this series, that I will not reveal them to you. These books were made to be enjoyed in solitude and unspoiled. If you haven't already read them, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!! You will be sucked in from Book 1, and Book 3 will leave you pondering the bigger questions in life for days to come.
Truly masterful writing.