Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins, is the final novel in The Hunger Games trilogy. After being rescued from the Quarter Quell, Katniss must adapt to life in District Thirteen while mourning the loss of Peeta. Katniss, forced to be the face of a revolution that she does not lead, suddenly finds herself in the middle of political chaos as the rebels of District Thirteen aim to overthrow the Capitol.
This book was great in some places but boring in others; while it was filled with twists and turns, especially near the end, it was pretty slow in the middle. I enjoyed how Collins chose to end her series overall, but this installment of The Hunger Games series just wasn’t as polished and exciting as its predecessors.