Susan Collins lived up to the expectations. And let hardly adult army will be hoping for a bunch of three to twelve year old children, even ground, the battle was spectacular. The fate of colorful characters intertwined in a tight rope, friends die, the meaning of the war continues to gain strength.
Quintology about Gregor, I confess, forced me to turn page by page, and further, lihoradka. This is an example of that book, when you live inside and the real world becomes secondary. I was pleased with the ending of the work. The majority of children’s and teen writers finish their works are not just a happy end, and radiantly happy end. When the hero can kill when he is beaten, and in the end, it’s worth the adventure to end and the hero to be safe, he again became cheerful and carefree, as in the beginning of the work. Susan Collins walked like vanilla, and honestly told me what happens to kids if they go through the war.
This children’s series I loved. Exciting, funny and most importantly very interesting. Throughout all five books the plot was kept at the height of maturity and bravery of the heroes grew with each adventure. If we talk about the characters, it turned out they are very alive and pleasant. And wonderful world in which all of the events was memorable.