It always deals with untimely death, tragic lives and terrible situations in which people are abused and scarred, in any and every way. But my biggest question is, why does Collins hate Peeta? In part because of Katniss's vote, the answer is yes — the Hunger Games will start again. Gale moves to District 2, and Peeta later joinsKatniss in District 12. The rebels get Peeta and some other folks out of the Capitol, but Peeta's been badly damaged. Katniss shares a realization with Finnick that President Snow is using their loved ones as torments against them; Finnick replies that he now sees that Katniss has a deep love for Peeta, something she no longer has to fake as a survival strategy.
Maybe his whole act with the rebellion was a way to deal with his pain? As part of a deal, she demands that the leader of District 13, President Coin, grant immunity to all of the captured tributes of the Quarter Quell. But Boggs is one of the first casualties. Even aside from the circular logic, that argument just makes me go ballistic. A controversial strategy proposed by Gale results in a decisive victory over District 2, enabling the rebels to launch a final assault against the Capitol itself. This book tried me to the point of breaking.
This time it's Mockingjay, the face of the rebellion she unwittingly helped to bring. Gale will come along as her bodyguard. Sometimes you've got to think about the greater good! During her recuperation, Katniss learns that the rebels have succeeded in taking over the Capitol and Snow is to be executed by her. I actually threw the book across the room. The Mockingjay novel, which was split into two films by Lionsgate Entertainment, originally released in 2010 - meaning that book readers have known the fate of their favorite characters, and the larger state of Panem, for nearly half a decade.
Protagonists The protaganists in books are the good characters who don't like evil. When Katniss takes her place and faces Snow with her bow and arrow, ready to execute him, she searches his eyes for signs of remorse or anger or fear. Sure, she would have continued to live if Peeta had never returned to her in District 12, but she'd have been a shadow of herself. And I 2013 edit: Time can do a lot to influence my opinion of books. In they were twin brothers.
Like, Katniss just shoots her-gets locked on her own for a few days. I liked the ending passages fitting and beautifully haunting and I liked the songs The Hanging Tree and the meadow one. The first book is a very good read, the second is pretty good, but this, the end volume is very, very weak. She was used and manipulated, sustaining mental and physical injuries. Katniss has the personality of a vegetable 2. Only five of them, including Katniss, Gale, and Peeta, are left by the time they reach it. When Katniss feels uncomfortable being the Mockingjay, it's Effie who tells her she can do it.
That was decided last-minute; right after Snow died and after Katniss killed Coin. Katniss' video inspire the rebellion. He was sweet and had no problem expressing his feelings for her. The novel was adapted into two films. . But what I do not enjoy, and what I found far too much of in Mockingjay, are pointless deaths. But, while these essentials remain untouched, we still spotted a fair few ways in which the film diverges from its source material.
The Capitol falls, and President Coin now leads Panem; Snow is being held prisoner. They share a moment of intimacy before being called home. Another strike for Team Gale. The climax in the book takes place in the Capitol on the balcony of Snow's mansion. She can tell they wish they'd gotten Peeta out to lead the revolution, and the whole situation just makes her more unhappy. I guess I wanted a strong victor, a strong heroine, not a self-pitying victim who can't make her own decisions.
This includes Gale, and he changes into someone in the end that many feel he would not have changed into. Gale also survived and is in District 2 cleaning up Peacekeepers. The book continues the story of , who agrees to unify the districts of in a rebellion against the tyrannical. I could have used another 100 pages to sort that through a bit more suspenseful. She would have chosen Peeta all along.