Absolutely not, it's not nearly as perfectly constructed or clear as , but just like another imperfectly perfect successful series finale - - it brings its message across in the most honest and powerful way possible. After watching himself nearly kill Katniss on television, Peeta decides that he should die, and only Katniss can talk him into continuing. It wasn't President Snow or President Coin I hated that name torturing Katniss; it was Collins. I found her softer, more thoughtful, and also more open granted, she's still kind of a brat sometimes. Does their definition of you become your own? In the film and associated novel, the character Katniss Everdeen uses the phrase as a challenge to the ruling administration after she shoots down two of the planes with which it bombs a hospital. Archived from on November 14, 2013. Didn't even throw it out when he rejected her when he tried to kill her on more than one occasion! Yesterday, Katniss overheard Coin saying that the rebels should have rescued Peeta instead of Katniss—he would have been a better figurehead.
Maybe I set my expectations too high. Do you sacrifice everything to repair the relationship? I was in a rush to unleash all my feelings after finishing the book so I wouldn't forget anything. Let's face it, a series is only as good as its last book. Yes, in the end she and Peeta end up together. They were taken by the Capitol.
Isn't that the kind of message you really want young people to be left with? I have plenty of fire myself. The above are synonymous in the eyes of the Capitol. She experienced the worst nightmare of the world of Panem - the Hunger Games - twice. Her best friend, Gale, is watching her closely from a nearby hovercraft - although he respects her desire to wander around the ashes alone. Im just sayin' -Every single character minus Haymitch, and at times Finnick and Peeta were utterly one-demential and boring.
Katniss says she's all right, and moves out from her old house into the rest of the city. It makes sense that she published this story in three parts, but I think it could also be read as one whole. We didn't wait on pins and needles for realism. Gale assists her all throughout the ordeal. The group of children murdered on President Snow's doorstep - Prim included.
There are a few bright spots and some good prose, but over all, I'm not taken with the book. My name is Katniss Everdeen. On November 27, 2014, protestors used the three-finger salute while occupying. Capitol officials immediately cut the broadcast, and Coin orders a mass evacuation into deep underground shelters and the facility survives the attack unharmed. And I think Madge likes Gale and I think they're gunna end up together if he doesn't die and Peeta and Katniss will too.
There are some beautiful moments in other stories, like and , where the tragedy of the conflict culminates in good friends battling each other. Sometimes we need a little help to pick ourselves off the floor and start again. I don't know how well that would work either. And good and bad are not clearly defined black and white. Perhaps so anyone forced to come here on Capitol business would have somewhere decent to stay. She, Gale, and Finnick are assigned to a special unit that will be filmed during combat and turned into more propos.
Katniss runs out of the Command after she becomes upset with what she watched. You'll set aside anything else you've been reading. Katniss is reminded, unpleasantly, of the Hunger Games themselves, in which she was often forced to follow a precise script. Who do they think should pay for the unrest? Sometimes he tried to kill people because of the damage the Capitol did to his mind and he was still not sure what was real or not real. She is filled with guilt for her role in inciting the uprising and anger against for his oppressive tactics. Everyone around Katniss denounces Peeta as a traitor, but Katniss is overwhelmed with relief that Peeta is alive. For a year, I had been anxiously waiting to read the about the adventures of the rebels, the hopefully happy ending.
Katniss wanders through District 12, and various people waiting in a hovercraft give her directions via her headset. After the rebels have had time to regroup, they start to prepare for the final battle: taking down the Capitol. They understood what others could not. Katniss remembers the lives Gale saved recently. Sure, she definitely has reason to be sad and angry, and her life is full of hardships and tragedies. How did she end up being so admirable and awesome in the first two books and turned into such a sniveling, squishy mess in this one? Perhaps I am mistaken, but I was under the impression that this series was meant to be about revolting against a corrupt, freedom suppressing government and replacing it with a new government that not only condones freedom in all its forms, but fosters it, allowing it to thrive.