|Paperback (Movie tie-in)||2014-09-30||£7.99||464|
|Paperback (Foil Edition)||2014-09-30||£8.58||448|
|Paperback (Movie Tie-in)||2014-09-30||£8.58||400|
|Paperback (Foil Luxe ed)||2013-10-03||£7.99||448|
|Kindle Edition (1)||2011-12-01||404|
|Preloaded Digital Audio Player||2010-08-24||£63.37|
|Hardcover (First Edition)||2010-08-24||398|
|Audio CD (Unabridged)||2010-08-24||£67.22|
|Audio CD (Unabridged)||2010-08-24||£31.68||10|
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I began to fully understand the lengths to which people have gone to protect me. What I mean to the rebels. My ongoing struggle against the Capitol, which has so often felt like a solitary journey, has ...
Overall, I loved Mockingjay. The story took off from the first page, and I had a hard time putting it down. So much of what I’d wanted explained in the first book about the government and the districts ...
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Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has survived the Hunger Games twice. But now that she’s made it out of the bloody arena alive, she’s still not safe. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge. Who do they think should pay for the unrest? Katn ...
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My name is Katniss Everdeen. I am seventeen years old. My home is District 12. I was in the Hunger Games. I escaped. The Capitol hates me. Peeta was taken prisoner. He is thought to be dead. Most likely he is dead. It is probably best if he is dead. ...
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When THE HUNGER GAMES was published two years ago, I initially started listening to the book on CD. After a few hours of that, though, I found myself at my local children's bookstore, buying a print copy instead. It turns out that the audiobook narration, although adept and exciting, just couldn't keep up with how fast I wanted to ingest Suzanne Collins's harrowing story. Caught up in the action, I wanted to find out what happened next at a pace faster than the narrator could read aloud. So, like countless other fans, I devoured the rest of the book at breakneck pace, did the same with its sequel, CATCHING FIRE, when it released last year, and spent the last several months eagerly awaiting the final installment of the series.
Although the suspense in MOCKINGJAY is perhaps of a less obvious variety, it is no less palpable than in the previous trilogy installments. Palpable, too, is the anti-war sentiment, stronger here even than in Collins's earlier novels. But amid staggering losses, impossibly high stakes, and indelible scars both visible and invisible, hope, fragile and rare like the mockingjay's song, still abides.
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