by Suzanne Collins
Originally published in 2010, this is the conclusion to the Hunger Games trilogy. Part of why these books became so popular is that everyone began to realize they were at least better-written than Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Saga, and so it was assumed that if young readers had to read these kinds of books, they might as well be led to believe that Collins wasn't just writing better, but wasn't writing drivel. Don't exactly count on that assessment. I got this to round out the aborted reading group experience, but I'm not sure if or when I'll actually read it.
Bookshelf status: unread.