As was hinted at the end of part II, Katniss Everdeen is asked to be the 'Mockingjay', the face of the revolution against the tyrannical and corrupt Capitol. She agrees, with the condition that the victors of the Hunger Games will not be prosecuted. Katniss makes a couple of messages encoraging and motivating the revolution. I especially like the haunting tune they come up with to motivate the revolution; it is pretty cool. Even though Gale is helping her, Katniss is especially concerned about Peeta, who is being held by the Capitol.
Peeta is shown in several messages that are released by the Capitol, and one of the questions that is present throughout the story is where does Peeta stand?...is he still Peeta or has he been brainwashed?
I actually enjoyed Mockingjay more than the first two, because there was more emphasis on the story, than the action or fighting, although there is enough of those to support the story.
A well-written and well-acted story that you'll enjoy.
I am looking forward to Mockingjay part II.