Ms. Collins site: Katniss Everdeen, girl on fire, has survived, even though her home has been destroyed. There are rebels. There are new leaders. A revolution is unfolding.Here's a teeny-tiny bit about the book from
My Take - Spoiler Free
So here we are for the third, and final installment of the Hunger Games series. What a ride it's been too. We've all anxiously awaited the fate of Katniss and Panem. We vascillated between team Gale or team Peeta (okay, some of held steadfast in our team support too). We've cried, cringed, and even cheered. I've been reading a few reviewers here and there, but here's my take on this final journey with Katniss and crew.
The first two books were beyond my wildest expectations. I loved them - deeply. That set the bar extremely high for me with my expectations of the third and final novel. To be honest, I was a touch disappointed. In the beginning, the book dragged for me. However, when Peeta was brought in, my interest piqued and the book really began to flow again for me.
I loved the fact that an epilogue was part of it all and we got a brief glimpse into the future. I was actually pretty pleased with the way things turned out in the end. I'm giving this the final round of The Hunger Games, 3 1/2 big smooches! A great series that ended on a solid note.