Mockingjay: The Hunger Games Trilogy
In this latest installment, we follow our heroine Katniss in a territory that was vaguely mentioned in Catching Fire – District 13, which will prove to be the setting and basis for the story. Reader’s may expect the same emotional tribulation, [at times] fast-paced character development, and suspense-filled action sequences that have filled the previous novels, and made it’s fan-base grow, and become hungry for more. The pages fly by with each new development in the story, and there’s never a dull moment.
Yet, what is the cause of it’s popularity, if this is simply a children’s series?
The answer lies in the substance, relatability, and complex plot structure throughout. In this, it captures the attention of all ages – all appeals in genre. It has it’s own mix of Star Wars Sci-fi, Alex Rider gadgets, and war-torn worlds that one might find in WWII-based historical fiction.
Posted on 10/01/2010, in All-Things-Reviews, Book Reviews, Literary Focus, Uncategorized and tagged Alex Rider, Arts, book, Catching Fire, Fiction, Games, Hunger, Hunger Games, Hunger Games Trilogy, Katniss Everdeen, Mockingjay, Novel, Poverty, Science fiction, Star Wars, Suzanne Collins, United States. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.