Sunday, February 28, 2010

I'm Hungry For More!

Man guys, man! I started reading Hunger Games this week and you weren't kidding when you said it was awesome!!! I LOVED it, and immediately went out and bought the second one, which I finished. In. One. Day.

Seriously, I can't stop thinking about the story and the characters and the story...and the characters... gush...

Real quick, some of the things I was so happy about was there wasn't any cursing. Not one word! And there was no sex--awesome! And even without that stuff that people think is so necessary, it was SO AMAZING!! The story was creative and interesting, the characters were lovable and engaging, I'm ready to start reading it over again.

The only drawback? The next book doesn't come out until August. Boo hoooooo...

So...need some more suggestions for books that are good like these ones. I do have a pregnancy book I need to read, but how can I go from Hunger Games to THAT? I can't, give me some suggestions! :)


  1. I've heard alot of good things about that book. What NO SEX-----(j/k)
    I love a good book
    I just finished Beneath A Marble Sky by John was really good. Around the time period of the Taj Mahal. good story, fiction

  2. I just read Pillars of the Earth but it has so much S in it... it was good. the book. not the s. *blush* anyway... i did enjoy the book but if they had toned down the s i would have liked it more.

    by the way I'm not trying to be all shy with saying sex. I don't mind saying SEX. Its just an extended family joke to call it "S".

  3. I told you you'd be disappointed that the next book didn't come out for so long!

    Look at the list I gave you last time, I can't remember what all I put on there but my brain won't let me think of them again.

    Oh...What about The Help? A lot of people I know have really loved it!

  4. I have heard about this book but also heard it's sorta disturbing. Eh. I can stand being disturbed (I already am) so maybe I'll pick it up and read.

  5. There's a YA trilogy you might like called The Mortal Instruments books. The titles are City of Glass, City of Ember, City of Ashes but I don't remember the order. I liked them better than the Twilight stuff. They're easy to find in any bookstore right now, or at the library, probably.

  6. Who is the author of Hunger Games? You got me hungry to try it out!

  7. Cynthia, I don't think its really disturbing. I can see how it could be, but its written in a way that takes anything gruesome out. I wasn't disturbed, more like intrigued.

    Tamsyn, its by Suzanne Collins. And the third book is on sale at Amazon for pre-order for $8.50! Good price!


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