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  • monica diaz

    This is so funny, yet so sad! Couldn't stop thinking about the ending for at least a week, my feeling were everywhere! Cant wait for the movie!!

  • Amanda Baty

    Hunger Game problems

  • Vanessa Caviness

    the hunger games series made me laugh so hard and cry even harder and there were so many times when I hated Suzanne for killing off characters, but there were other times that I said "how have I lived so many years with out these books", 'the hunger games' is my life

  • Kaitlyn Ripley

    So funny but so true!

  • JoCassa Ouderkirk

    So true: The feelings after reading Mockingjay... a mix of broken and robbed of something

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