Catnis was her same over dramatic self when she was reflecting on her situations but again, other than that, the entire series was a fantastic series to listen too and made my long drive much more tolerable. Some of it was bordering on predictable towards the end and things seemed to happen too rapidly but I would listen to it again entirely even if I had to break it up into daily driving episodes.
Hamich- he was very unpredictable and seemingly uncaring
Hamich- she hit him on the head with his different states of soberness
I am having a hard time finding a final book in a series that I love. Gail got my nerves and I couldn't take him anymore.
How did they find eachother and fall in love?? HOW DID THEY DO IT?
She is an amazing reader
Canadian girl in Kansas, love audible, books on kindle or kindle fire, and old fashioned books! I enjoy fiction most, mostly books with strong female leads. Favourite authors: Diana Gabaldon, Stephen King, Jodi Picoult, Wally Lamb, Pat Conroy, Andre Dubus III, Lisa Genova, many more!
Mockingjay would have to rank right in the middle of all of the audiobooks I've listened to so far. The book was neither terrible, nor wonderful.
The ending of this fantastic series was somewhat disappointing. I was left thinking 'Is this it?'
I love McCormick in all three books. Her voice is soothing and it works well at every speed. I felt she was a perfect choice for the narrator of this fabulous series.
I guess my only reaction to this book was that I was disappointed that it wasn't as good as the first and the second, 'The Hunger Games' and 'Catching Fire,' respectfully. The book is sad and it's sort of confusing for kids.
Exciting, romance, brave
The excitement Collins manages to keep through the whole book. I like the way she also manages to bring you into this fantasy world making you almost feel you are there.Last book but is still as good as the first 2!
I was able to listen to the books while doing mineal this around the house. I had never listened to a book before like this and thought that having another option to be able to finish a book and being able to listen to it over again makes it all worth it.
I liked seeing the changes that the world and characters made in their lives.
I liked all the characters and Carolyn McCormick did a wonderful job in her telling of this final book of the series.
Yes, I would reccomend this book to anybody.
If you read the first 2 books, you are hooked, and you need to know how the story ends. But this book is really a let down. Most of the action takes place "off screen" while Katniss spends most of her time in various buildings. Huge events take place, in Panam, and they are briefly reported to Katniss and to the reader. She is not there, and neither are we. It's as if the author just wanted to take some time off. If you are looking for some kind of satisfaction, you won't get it.
Because I don't want to ruin it for anyone who hasn't read it, I'll just say the part when the mockingjay shocks everyone.
No particular favorite.
No, just in this series
I would have loved to listen all in one sitting.
yes this is one of the best books that i have listened too. Wish there was a fourth and so on.
she brings the charactors to life
yes it was
sure, it was a very entertaining story, and whenever i have time i will listen to the 3 books again
i liked that katniss (or however it was spelled... remember... audiobook) killed the other lady instead of snow (sorry, i don't remember the names right now)
only the hunger game series
don't remember very well specifically from this book, i heard them one after another, so I would have to say the epilogue :) i loved the bittersweet ending
This is not a happy book. It's a war story. The ending is very realistic and ultimately very satisfying. Made me say a prayer for all the families in the war zones. I hope they will also have the chance for peace.