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Sep 23, 2012 Dyana rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Dyana by: best friend
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Liana Liana
I loved this book.
There were so many twists and turns. I just couldn't put this down, LITERALLY!!! I stayed up all night reading this book because it was so "READ ME... READ ME!!!"
I must admit, I found it to be rather slow and action was relatively non-existent at first but, NOT TO WORRY, all the action we have come to expect from this BLOODY AWESOME trilogy was there, it was just saved for a grand finale. The ending shocked me beyond repair but if it hadn't ended the way it did I probably would
The fighting has truly begin. Katniss Everdeen, after being rescued from the arena by a hovercraft, was taken to District 13. The capitol has distroyed District Twelve. her family and Gale are safe. But, Peeta is still in the Capitol, being tortured for something he has no idea about. and on top of that, the people of district 13, especially president Coin wants Katniss Everdeen to be the mackingjay, the symbol of rebel against the capitol. Everybody is in danger, living in a horrifying place. ...more
This book really is amazing. Catching fire was the first book I read among the three and I didn't find it interesting enough as I hoped but this book really is likable. And I don't know why but I like the character Plutarch. And Finnick... I cried when he died. And the part when Peeta says 'you love me. Real or not real?' and Katniss said 'Real'. Yikes. I read the page again and again. Loved it!
Touching, romance, action, suspense ...has most about everything. Recommend it to everyone
When a book makes you cry at the end, you know it's a good book. It tugged on my heart strings like nothing ever has before. Some could have predicted the outcome, and I was close, but this book was written in such a way that even if I had predicted the ending, I would still be in tears.
There were some parts in the book that I thought could have been concentrated on a bit more. But then as you read on you realise there are more important occurrences to focus on (the bits that pull on your heart
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An awesome ending to a really well written trilogy
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