I always try to see the good part about anything. And I still don't like that they don't speak and see each other anymore without even saying goodbye. but that is probably my opinionThey didn't see each other anymore, so basically nothing really happened. I don't know, the way he acted was a pretty good closure in my opinion :-/
I wasn't offende (ahh okay, a little bit ) but nothing to worrie about. Now I know what you meanSorry, I didn't mean to be rude! I know you know it was the ending, I meant, that her getting kids is a typical way of ending a book. In her case it might not be too typical, but as you never really get to read what being a mother and a wife does to her, I don't think of it as character development. Placed at and as the ending of the book, it is not meant to be either. Character development is not one sentence or one scene to me. Jake had nice character development in Avatar as well - becoming someone different, but someone who's still related to the person he was before. It was lovely to see how he reflected on his values and wishes as soon as he was in the forest the first time. Hope you understood all that ^^
I would go to pandora and neytiri for sure, however the reason why I like the hunger games trilogy so much is because it is on earth. it is having a higher change to exist instead of pandora. However Like I said I like katniss because I feel the same as she did sometimes (probably not that bad) however the things she does, I'm almost sure that I would do the same. thinking "let me die here" was almost exact the same tought as I had sometimes. And she loves nature, this all and even more is why... <3I know what you mean...I feel the same way about Avatar. It gives you the illusion of a place, which is so much better than ours. That is out of debate. And Neytiri is definitely a very unique being that combines so many different layers and values in one person. She's simply fascinating, maybe because she's so different to any human woman.
Katniss on the other hand, I very strongly believe she exists in reality as well And her world, well I really don't want to live there
To me it always feels (if the movie/book is really good) like you just met a person and got to know her/him and when the movie or the book is over it's like he/she is leaving again. That's the reason why that feeling you had watching/reading it for the very first time will never come back.
I do believe that those kind of people/girls do exist on earth as well. They're just hiding very well between all the dumbasses.