I finished Insurgent last night before I went to sleep. Holy crap!!! So much dying in this book! And all for this stupid secret that the Abegnation leaders were trying to keep from everyone in Divergent. Gah!! So many things that weren’t answered in this book, especially on how horrible the world is outside “the fence.”
And also, I just realized that all of the futuristic books love representing how the government and social media really is. How they hide certain things from the masses. It just frustrates me.
The final book of the series has to come out in at least a year from now!!!! I really hope they answer the questions that has been left unanswered! >.<
So after a long break from rereading the Hunger Games, I finally finished it last night. I still feel so bad for Peeta at the end of the book… Anyway, now that I finally finished rereading the book since the movie came out, I can make my opinion about the movie compared to the book on here. Lol.
I watched the midnight premiere of the Hunger Games in March. It was awesome! It had enough gore to keep it PG-13 and to keep the fans happy. And it stuck to the actual story fairly well, but the dialogue wasn’t as witty and some of the emotional scenes weren’t up to par for me, especially the romantic scenes between Peeta and Katniss. They added enough scenes also for people who didn’t read the book to understand almost everything that’s happening in the movie. But the thing I didn’t like the most about movie is that they didn’t cut off Peeta’s leg at the end, and I really hope that they put the last part of the last chapter of the book because that’s important to Catching Fire.
And after reading the Hunger Games series and watching the movie, I’m sorry, but Harry Potter book/fandom is still better.
I haven’t been able to read a lot since Battle Royale because I was so busy with PCN (Philipino Culture Night), studying for finals, and dealing with everything I else that only certain people know about. And I starting rereading the Hunger Games right after Battle Royale because at the time the movie didn’t come, but now it’s June. And I still haven’t finished rereading because I already what happens and I wanted to read a book that I haven’t read yet.
So the book I decided to read was the Perks of Being a Wallflower. I started reading it on I think Monday? And I couldn’t stop reading it! It’s a pretty short read about 230 pages, but I couldn’t put it down. It just made me feel like the main character, Charlie, actually wrote those letters to me, and the book was so heartfelt. And I could really identify with Charlie really well because I honestly do feel like a wallflower and have the same personality traits as him. It made me cry even more when I realized it. And I could also relate to a lot of the other characters in the book too.
And with what’s been happening with me at the moment, and how crappy I feel, it feels kinda good to let it all out by reading this book. And I learned a lot about myself and really recommend this book to you if you’re reading this, especially if you like reading books like Looking for Alaska by John Green because I feel like it’s that kind of read. You feel all the emotions (like the meme). So yep. I can’t wait for the movie and seeing Emma Watson portray Sam!!
I’ll make sure I finish rereading the Hunger Games before I start another book.
So a lot of people have been saying that the Hunger Games is just like Battle Royale or that Battle Royale was even better than it. So I wanted to see if it was for myself.
So I read the book, and I thought it was good. But I can’t really compare it to the Hunger Games because the only similarity is that they both have children fighting to the death. But the ways that the authors convey the children and the way they handle the games are completely different. This post would be way too long if I just written all of my thoughts about this book, so I’ll just say that I like this book, but I don’t like it as much as the Hunger Games.
DFTBA and best wishes!
The last two books of the Hunger Games Trilogy, Catching Fire and Mockingjay. Even though it’s my second time reading Catching Fire and the third time reading Mockingjay, I keep noticing more and more stuff that I didn’t catch or overlooked in the previous times I read them. The parts that I cried at the first time, I cried at those times again. >.<
I read them because I just wanted to reread the whole series before the midnight premiere of the Hunger Games comes out on March 23rd, and I am probably going to reread the Hunger Games one more time and make it count in the 50 books I’m reading this year. So yeah. I’m really excited about the movie and pretty much fan girl squeal every time I see the trailer, via internet or tv or movie theater. Haha!
DFTBA and best wishes!
It took me less than 3 days to read the Fault in Our Stars… I thought it was an amazing book. It felt like I was immersed into an entirely different dimension where it was just me, the book, and nothing else… I love reading these kinds of books. Feeling every emotion a character feels. It’s so realistic to the nonfictional world. I wish I had the love that Hazel and Augustus in the book, but alas… “The world is not a wish-granting factory.”-TFioS
So I have been watching a lot of Youtubers for the past 6 years maybe? And there have a been a couple who have tried to accomplish reading 50 books in a year. So in honor of that, I am going to attempt the 50 books challenge and record my progress on this blog and on Tumblr.
So yep. I have read 4 books so far, and those the will the next posts on here. DFTBA. Nerdfighter Francesca over and out.
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