The Hunger Games: Mockingjay summary


The final summarizing book of the trilogy The Hunger games, Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins is out. Following 2008’s The Hunger Games and 2009’s Catching Fire, Mockingjay is a story of a girl becoming a leader, an inspiration and a hero to all.

In this book Katniss wakes up in district thirteen. She is awaking in a hospital bed in a strange place and all she can remember is that she was abducted from the Quarter Quell.

She sooner reveals that the new place is District thirteen. It is strange place because it was thought that this district was once destroyed by the Capitol.

In District 13 she also notices that Peeta is not there with her. Gale, a very good friend of hers explains that Peeta was not rescued from the Arena and he is now a prisoner from the war to the Capitol.

Knowing that Peeta is in prison, she just blames herself for all that. Now her main aim is to rescue Peeta and kill the President of Capitol, Snow.

She is out of the Hunger games, she is uprising, everyone wants to be a Mockingjay, but she is confused as she always is. She meets this new bunch of people however she doesn’t trusts anyone, but they wants her to represent the Mockingjay – a poster child for the rebellion.

The President of district 13, Coin, suggest Katniss that in order to save Peeta, she has to build the rebellion against the Capitol. She must be the Mockingjay and she agrees to that.

These people are going against the Capitols. Meanwhile, the Capitol also saying the same thing about the rebels, so it’s a big fight back and forth. She is struggling with being the Mockingjay and trying to decide if she is really a worthy of being one.

Katniss’ sister Prim is killed in a blast which was later found out that the bombing was ordered by Coin and the plan was originally developed by her friend Gale.

In her new journey, she is meeting new alliances, new friends and guiding her through the way.

It’s a really good book, a really good trilogy. It’s about revolution, it is about an uprising and if you haven’t read it you must start thinking to give it a chance.