Mockingjay And The Ship Of The Dead Analysis

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In the book Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins, there is a character named Katniss that has to face her struggles of maintaining friendships after getting picked up from the Quarter Quell and taking down the Capitol. In the book The Ship of the Dead, by Rick Riordan, there is a character named Magnus Chase who has to venture to different worlds and stop the villain named Loki and his ship from starting the end of the world or Ragnarok. These books may sound different such as having the author have different craft moves, but they have have similarities such as having the both books be written in first person and the similarities between the themes of friendship and perseverance.
In Mockingjay and the Ship of the Dead, there are similarities associated between the themes of friendship and perseverance. For example, both novels include a character that are fighting to save something from utter destruction no matter how hard the obstacles and the challenge. For example, in the Ship of the Dead, Magnus Chase is trying to stop Ragnarok by entering in a flyting with Loki. On page 98, Magnus Chase says, “I-I will challenge Loki myself!” He sets himself up an almost impossible challenge by challenging Loki who is the best flyter. I think the author did this to help set up a problem for the whole book. Also, in the book Mockingjay, Katniss is trying to take out the president of the country of Panem. This is practically impossible because multiple military people are looking for her in the

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