|Reviews for 75 Games: After the Mockingjay|
| Vhagor chapter 91 . 3/21
I saw the eclipse and got to go out of school for a few minutes to see it.
A nice career I always feel bad for the second child who lives in the shadow of the older sibling.
| Vhagor chapter 90 . 3/19
She is a good victor not my favourite but definitely had the qualities.
I would like to do something like 24 author syot thing
| sillymoose13 chapter 90 . 3/18
I enjoyed this chapter, but I just felt like we were missing some details. Why did Diamond, a tribute from District 1 (and almost definitely a Career) ally with a younger girl from District 11? And it just didn't make sense that Apple would be able to sleep for 8 hours straight, with loud noises of Brutus being tortured in the background. I don't know, but I feel like some parts could have been explained a little better
I think a 24 authors, 24 tributes thing would be fun, but I'm not sure if I have any time to commit to writing at the moment. I've barely been able to keep up with reviews of the stories that I follow
| santiago.poncini20 chapter 90 . 3/18
I am interested in an SYOT :p
Do you like this part? Did you liked more this or Caines?
| santiago.poncini20 chapter 89 . 3/16
| sillymoose13 chapter 89 . 3/16
I really enjoyed this chapter! Kiernan was a likable winner, and I enjoyed seeing the unconventional conflict between the Career alliance. The issue he posed about killing and revenge was also interesting; did the two Careers deserve to die because they turned on their allies? But I don't think it really matters anyway, as only one can survive the Games, and Kiernan wasn't going to let one of those two become the victor
| sillymoose13 chapter 88 . 3/15
I enjoyed this chapter. Caine was a likable victor with a tragic backstory, and I was happy to see him win the Games. I like the mountainous arena, and I was really amazed by the ending; I didn't expect Circe to kill both the bear and herself. I wish we got a little more information about Odessa, as I think she is a very interesting character. It can't be easy to manipulate many people into risking their lives to fight the Careers
| Burning Stars chapter 88 . 3/15
The Career/Anti-Career battle must have been epic, especially since Odessa was the chess master behind it all. How very conniving of her.
Caine seems like one of those people who's too nice to usually do well in the Games, and especially when he mentioned that he feels lucky, he seems almost surprised that he's survived this long. Definitely lucky for Circe to make the decision that she did, although her motives remain a mystery to me. Did she want to be seen as a martyr? Did the arena finally get to her, and she just wanted out? Panem may never know.
Anyways, nice to see District 11 with another victor, especially after going so long without one.
| Vhagor chapter 88 . 3/14
Wow I love Caine he seems like quite a nice person and definitely a great victor
| santiago.poncini20 chapter 2 . 3/14
| santiago.poncini20 chapter 88 . 3/14
What do you think of my writing?
Also , you should put the lyrcis above the story i think
| santiago.poncini20 chapter 1 . 3/14
| santiago.poncini20 chapter 87 . 3/13
| santiago.poncini20 chapter 85 . 3/13
The rebellion shall be in District 3 or 6. Also , i see the Capitol making a new District in the place of the 13.
| sillymoose13 chapter 87 . 3/12
I enjoyed this chapter, as it really shows the extreme power of the Gamemakers. They can do whatever they want in the arena, killing whoever they want, and it's never (I think) considered as rigging the Games. It's just the way that the Games work. Daniel was a likable victor, as he seemed to be relatively nice, even though he was a career. As for the arena itself, I thought the gorge was cool; I don't think that has been used before in this series. I'm excited for upcoming chapters!