Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, Book 3)

Mockingjay - Collins Suzanne I believe this book will shortly be found on college syllabi and perhaps even parts of the trilogy in secondary schools. The Hunger Games trilogy in general and Mockingjay in particular deals with entertainment and pain and revolution and propaganda and technology and all the trouble that results from all of those, whether they come from the enemy's side, or our own.I loved that Collins, whose deft touch with the love triangle trope I've admired in previous reviews, allowed one in the trilogy to make an unforgivable mistake, losing his chance. It was glorious, and in a way make the happy ending for the remaining two a most bittersweet thing. A wonderful book, and a glorious finish to the trilogy.