I'm more likely to review a book about which I feel strongly (pro or con), authors who specifically ask readers to review (usually in the form of a plea at the end of the book), or works with very few reviews. What's one more review of the Hobbit, right? But for a new author who has
I always read but rarely write reviews. My ability to review and comment is limited by my lack of writing ability. I do however find that comprehensive one star reviews provide usable information about a book and may influence my buying decision. I've neither reviewed nor read Mockingjay. Thanks for raising the question.
It used to be easier on the Kindle to leave a brief review. At one time, upon finishing a book I could give it x number of stars and then briefly (word count was limited) tell what I felt about the book. Now my only option is to select the number of stars. I do occasionally review on GoodReads, but that second step on a separate device is more difficult.