Reviewsday: Mockingjay

A whole new game has begun…

mockinjayMockingjay, the final book of the supercharged Hunger Games trilogy, is a book on springs. You won’t be able to put it down. Darker even than it’s predecessors, Mockingjay reads like a gritty war novel as Katniss works with the rebellion to overthrow the Capitol and President Snow. Becoming the iconic ‘Mockingjay’, Katniss acts as a symbol of hope and strength for the rebellion, going into battle once again- but this time it’s no game.

In a world filled with hidden agendas, can Katniss trust even her closest friends and allies?

Katniss is one of the strongest female heroines in recent literature. She has inspired a whole generation of readers, to the point where the Nerf toy gun company now has a best-selling ‘Rebelle’ bow and arrow set. There’s no escaping the Hunger Games, and there’s a very good reason why: these books are phenomenal.

If you haven’t read the series yet, you can purchase all the titles  in a gorgeous box set here. And just to feed your imagination that little bit more we’ve included the trailer for the movie released in Australia November 21!

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
On Key

Related Posts

Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Daisy Jones eThe Six. A lifetime holding it together.One party will bring it crashing down. Malibu- August, 1983.

When You Are Mine by Michael Robotham

‘An edge of your seat standalone supsense novel from the author of The Secrets She Keeps. Following police officer Philomena, this psychological thriller delves into