The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Mockingjay
by Suzanne Collins
A few days ago I finished reading Catching Fire and Mockingjay, the last two books of the Hunger Games Series, and I'm still speechless….. Oh my god.
I don't remember exactly when was the first time I saw The Hunger Games cover. I just remember that that time I was a 100%-vampire-girl, so, I didn't care too much about this book. I mean, the main idea was gorgeous, but I don't think I gave it enough attention that time.
A few months ago in December, I got the first book. When I started reading it, I thought for a moment it was another YA dystopian story, but I continue reading, and I was amazed with story, with the plot, with incredible idea of the Hunger Games, the Capitol, Panem, the Districts… Katniss, Peeta… and all those great characters. It was a great book, and I was happy to read it… finally.
But, I wasn't expecting for what I read in the next two books. I mean… the plot is awesome, the characters continue with their greatness… but the story is cruel, harsh… and heartless… and sad… I felt really bad in some scenes… This book is not a normal YA book… not a normal dystopian story, where the girl falls in love for a nice guy, and they are going to try to solve their problems… (Like Matched, Delirium) this story is not like that… This story is about war, destruction, loss, freedom, madness and death… Not a teen book after all.
After finishing it, I only could think about the story, the end… the way they suffered so much… And now I see it clearly, this is not a fairy tale… this is not a story with a 100%-Happy-Ending. This book will give you a lot to think about… and it's not an easy book to forget.
|A Must Read|
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