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Hunger Games: Mockingjay
Transcript of Hunger Games: Mockingjay
A 17 year old girl that volunteered for her sister to participate in the hunger games. She then learns that she bit off more than she could chew by becoming the 'mockingjay' of the revolution Mockingjay, the third and final book in the series, is set in District 13 during another revolution. It is told through the eyes of Katniss Everdeen and follows her relations with the rebels, her family, and her 'friends'. Peeta Mellark is the boy tribute that was paired with Katniss. During the Revolution Peeta was kidnapped by the Capital and tortured for information, they made his allies seem like enemies through mental torture. Gale Hawthorne is a boy also from District 12. He is 18 and a soldier, weapons designer, and leader of he revolution. There are several conlficts in Mockingjay. The external conflicts are Capital vs. Rebels the battle for Panem. Peeta vs. Gale the battle for Katniss' love. Katniss vs. Rebels the battle for rights of Katniss and her friends and family. The internal conflicts are limited to Katniss
Gale vs. Peeta she struggles with the constant pressure from both of them on who to spend her life with. Her struggles with PTSD from the games, mind numbing drugs and all around chaos. The climax of Mockingjay is around the end of Part II. when the rebels invade the Capital and start fighting. This is the Climax because it has suspense, and action. Mockingjay concludes with the war ending with a victory by the rebels and the developing of a new government not much different from the Capital.
Katniss chooses Peeta over Gale and lives happily in District 12 with him. Contrary to the popular dislike of Mockingjay I enjoyed the book it lived up to the potential of Hunger Games and Catching Fire and provided a nice conclusion to the plot that was built up throughout the series. This is one of the best books I have read.