Let's do this fast, shall we? Cassel; hot, weak at some points, funny at others, and too smart for his own good. Lila; I don't know what is it about h...moreLet's do this fast, shall we? Cassel; hot, weak at some points, funny at others, and too smart for his own good. Lila; I don't know what is it about her, but I don't like her... Cassel's brothers; Hate them. Don't know why Cassel doesn't, honestly. Cassel's friends: pretty cool. I feel indifferent. Cassel's life; sucks.
Book: great. fast paced. liked it, but not loved it. Second book, maybe? (less)
Sure it's all Egyptian fiction, and believe me when I say that I hate Egyptian Gods more than anything, but the fact that they ar...moreHilarious much? lol.
Sure it's all Egyptian fiction, and believe me when I say that I hate Egyptian Gods more than anything, but the fact that they are brothers, so less romance that ruins everything, and the girl was British speaks in a British accent. Who doesn't like a British accent? Especially from someone who's NOT faking it.
Dear Rick Riordan, I hope you are not married, because I love you so much, and it would break my heart. But if you are, and you are happy with whoever she is, or he (you never know these days) then I guess I will take company in your amazing, great books.
**spoiler alert** I don't usually like to brag, but seriously Tommy, I told you so. The scene that destroyed me most is when Teresa betrayed Thomas. I...more**spoiler alert** I don't usually like to brag, but seriously Tommy, I told you so. The scene that destroyed me most is when Teresa betrayed Thomas. I saw it coming, from book 1, but somehow I got fooled along the way. Fooled that she will take him to a safe place, where WICKED can't reach him. But of course, I was wrong to believe that fake hope. She might have done it to rescue him, maybe for the future, but no matter what, I still don't trust her. I'm behind Thomas 100%, and Wicked is in no way good. I apologize for this review. I'm just so frustrated. I hate Wicked, I hate the Flare, I hate Teresa. And its missing with my head, big time. The book was great. I loved it from beginning to end. I don't understand what the last letter meant, over all great. Favorite character beside Tommy will have to be Minho. He is so hilarious, and makes me laugh every time he opens his shuck mouth. If I weren't so obsessed with Tommy, I would have been head over heels for him. He's so brave, funny, stupid at times, and so lovable. Newt wasn't a big deal this time, but still he was the Glue. I think that if he died at any point non of them would have made it. Brenda, my dearest Brenda. I hope she's fine and safe, I really do. She's been nothing but good to Thomas, a little too touchy, but still helpful. I don't like her partner very much, but I don't mind him around. Especially his "muchacho" accent. I really hope that the last book isn't as unfair as the first two. I just want them to be safe, dead or alive. After 600 pages, and 300 more to come, I want them to go to the moon if they had to. Anything as long as they are far away from Wicked. One last thing to Teresa. Hurt Tommy again, and I promise you, you will never see daylight again. (less)
MY NAME IS KATNISS EVERDEEN. WHY AM I NOT DEAD? I SHOULD BE DEAD.
Katniss Everdeen, girl on fire, has survived, even though her home has been destroyed...moreMY NAME IS KATNISS EVERDEEN. WHY AM I NOT DEAD? I SHOULD BE DEAD.
Katniss Everdeen, girl on fire, has survived, even though her home has been destroyed. Gale has escaped. Katniss's family is safe. Peeta has been captured by the Capitol. District 13 really does exist. There are rebels. There are new leaders. A revolution is unfolding. It is by design that Katniss was rescued from the arena in the cruel and haunting Quarter Quell, and it is by design that she has long been part of the revolution without knowing it. District 13 has come out of the shadows and it plotting to overthrow the capitol. Everyone, it seems has had a hand in the carefully laid plans- except Katniss. The success of the rebellion hinges on Katniss's willingness to be a pawn, to accept responsibility for countless lives, and to change the course of the future of Panem. To do this, she must put aside her feelings of anger and distrust. She must become the rebels' Mockingjay - no matter what the personal cost. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
My review: I'm still baffled. My eyes hurt, I have been awake half of the night, then when I woke up, I read the last two chapters with yesterday's tears still wet in my eyes. I think I have cried for at least 60% of the book. Starting with Peeta's capture. The way he looked not so okay on TV. I would stop reading, cry, then go back hoping that he will eventually be okay again. But of course that doesn't happen until the end. I also always hated Coin, and now that I have ended this book, I feel like I hated her a bit more than I hated Snow. Gale, who always confused me, was my favorite character besides Peeta, Haymitch, and of course the Mockingjay. I don't want this review to have many spoilers, but to all of you out there who don't know how much Prim is important, I would say hold on to her every time you see her, because soon you wouldn't be able to. I really wanted to see more between Gale and Katniss, but I guess it's not meant to be. He's more like a brother, brothers can be protective, right? Maybe that's why he never fit as a lover. I feel like I have hated most of the characters in this book. Not because the book was bad, it was great. But it made you really want to strangle the evil characters, Hold Katniss tight, and tell her everything is going be okay. I know why she chose who she chose, because when I couldn't make her feel safe, he could. She need him to survive. This is not a great review. I keep jumping back and forth, only because I'm still stunned by the turns of events, and still didn't have my morning coffee yet. I feel like Peeta, not knowing which is real and which is not real. I loved this book, real or not real? Real. I feel more related to Katniss than I was in the first two books, Real. I miss Prim, Real. I want Suzanne Collins to never write a book again, Not Real. Wondering what's going on with the real and not real questions? you must read the book, then answer this: You loved it, but still confused, Real or not real? (less)