10 Facts About Mockingjay


Mockingjay is a 2010 science fiction novel by American author Suzanne Collins.

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Hardcover and audiobook editions of Mockingjay were published by Scholastic on August 24,2010, six days after the ebook edition went on sale.

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Mockingjay decides to infiltrate the Capitol and kill Snow, telling her team that this was Coin's secret plan; she later reveals the lie, but the team sticks with her.

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Mockingjay confronts Snow, who claims that Coin orchestrated the bombing to turn Snow's remaining supporters against him, reminding Katniss of their promise to never lie to each other and how District 13 benefited from the revolution.

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Mockingjay becomes convinced that, rather than establish a republic governed by representatives from each District, Coin intends to take Snow's place and maintain the status quo.

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Mockingjay tells her young daughter that when she feels distressed, she plays a comforting, repetitive game: reminding herself of every good thing she has ever seen someone do.

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Susan Carpenter of the Los Angeles Times pointed this out, writing, "Mockingjay takes readers into new territories and an even more brutal and confusing world: one where it's unclear what sides the characters are on, one where presumed loyalties are repeatedly stood on their head".

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Mockingjay was first released in the US and Canada on August 24,2010.

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Kirkus Reviews gave Mockingjay a starred review, saying that the novel is exactly what its fans are looking for and that "it will grab them and not let go".

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Mockingjay was split into two parts; Part 1 was released on November 21,2014, and Part 2 was released on November 20,2015.

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