Suzanne Collins won a rabid fan following with her New York Times best-selling Hunger Games series. Mockingjay is the thrilling final chapter in the series, following The Hunger Games and Catching Fire. Katniss Everdeen, "the girl on fire," once rebelled against the Capitol and survived the Hunger Games against all odds. Now a revolution has begun, and District 13 wants Katniss to be their Mockingjay and lead the fight for Panem. But with her home gone, Peeta captured by the Capitol, and so much death around her, Katniss is hesitant to start a war that would only lead to more destruction.
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by Suzanne Collins
by James Patterson, Maxine Paetro
by Caleb Breakey
by Jeff VanderMeer
by Suzanne Jurmain
by Suzanne Young
by Suzanne Slade
by Suzanne Rivecca
"Scarlett O'Hara. Jo March. Jane Eyre. These classic fictional heroines embody female strength and courage. Now add Katniss Everdeen to that list. The teenage survivor of the annually televised "Hunger Games" and the even harsher survivors' reunion, the Quarter Quell, has become the poster child for a rebellion exploding across Panem, her dystopian world. Katniss finds herself caught up in the revolution, unsure whom she can trust. Narrator Carolyn McCormick is back for this third installment, and her cool, clear voice is perfect for the hard-edged Katniss. McCormick has a wholly grown-up voice, but then Katniss is forced to act the grown-up, more deadly and capable than most adults. The narrator's voice here is sometimes plaintive, sometimes matter-of-fact, but always compelling, and often thrilling. M.M.C. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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