Saras Okba Okba itibaren Ban Rai, Si Samrong District, Sukhothai 64120, Tayland
Eski çocuk dahisi Colin Singleton'ın iki problemi var: birincisi, süper emici beyni ve anagram tutkusu olan bir adam kadar gerçekten dehası olduğunu düşünmüyor; ve ikincisi, Katherine adlı on dokuz farklı kız tarafından terk edildi ve en sonuncusu Katherine XIX gerçekten kalbini kırdı. Bu sorunu çözmeye çalışmak için, Colin'in en iyi arkadaşı Hassan bir yolculuğa çıkmaları gerektiğine karar veriyorlar - öyle yapıyorlar, ancak hepsi tampon dizeleri yapan bir fabrika tarafından desteklenen bir topluluk olan Tennessee, Gunshot, Tennessee'de aniden bitiyor. sözde Arşidük Franz Ferdinand'ın son dinlenme yeri. Planı anlatmaya devam etmek istiyorum, çünkü bu çok çılgın ve eğlenceli. Bu kitabın tamamı harika, Güzel Miscellaneous'un olması gereken her şey olmalıydı ama değildi: komik, Colin'nin düşüncelerine - FOOTNOTES ve DIAGRAMS dahil! - ve canlı ve orijinal - harika bir bakış sunuyor. bir dahi. Ben onu çok sevdim.
Bu kitabın içeri girmesi çok zordu, tıpkı ilk kitap gibi, ama kitapların 2-3 kitaptan sonra çok daha iyi olduğunu duydum, bu yüzden onlara sadık kalacağım !!
** spoiler alert ** Warning: This review contains spoilers! I finished Mockingjay two days ago, and I am still trying to fully collect my thoughts on Collins' last book in the Hunger Games trilogy. I really enjoyed both "The Hunger Games" and "Catching Fire". Both books were written well with a nice ebb and flow to each. I turned to Mockingjay and expected more of the same. What I found was really a tale of different books. I really enjoyed learning about District 13, the revolution, and the plight of the rebels. However, the parts involving the Twilight like love triangle of Peeta, Gale, and Katniss drove me absolutely nuts. I understand completely that this would play a prominent role in Mockingjay. I have no problem with that. However, having pages devoted to Katniss debating her (fake?) love for Peeta and her (real?) love for Gale turned me off completely to the character of Katniss. Peeta gets beat up pretty good in Mockingjay; instead of showing compassion, Katniss acts angered when the damage to him mentally and physically leaves him a shadow of his former self. Gale and Peeta were in my top 5 characters throughout the series, and they both deserved a better shake from Collins. This brings me to my larger and bigger complaint with Mockingjay. Collins does a good job telling a story in all three books. Even after a slow start here, each chapter does a nice job of leaving the reader wanting more. With this in mind, maybe Collins did not know how to exactly wrap up the series. When Prim is randomly killed near the end, I had 'Nam like flashbacks to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows. Authors love to throw in random deaths just for the sake of doing so. Prim is relatively underdeveloped character throughout the series, so instead of feeling remorse or shock at her death, I was left with a feeling of randomness. She disappears for most of Mockingjay, and just reappears to die. Also, Collins' wraps up the love triangle by essentially having Katniss blame Gale for her death,sends him to district 2, and leaves her with Peeta because he's the only one she has left. A lackluster end for all three characters. I don't hate the way Mockingjay ended; I actually think its a very appropriate ending about governments and politics(very Whoesque "meet the new boss same as the old boss"). I just didn't like how we got to the ending, and how Collins destroys some of her characters throughout the novel. Overall, I can say I enjoyed the Hunger Games trilogy. The first two books were definitely better than the ending book; maybe I just enjoyed the actual playing of the Games better than I realized. I could have done without the sappy love story stuff, but I am well aware I am not the target audience of the series. I wish Collins had developed the world of Panem and all 13 districts better. The same can be said for the majority of the characters in the series outside of Katniss. However, I can understand Collins not wanting to write 500 page plus epics. I do not regret reading this series at all, but I am not as much in love with the books as most people seem to be.
This book is hilarious and it changed my outlook on life.