i know, i am late with it, as usual! but anyway i bought the trilogy last week, and read the entire trilogy in a matter of days (if any of you have been wondering about my absence)
what did you think of it? ill admit when i watched the first movie, i wasnt very moved. it didnt inspire me to want to read the books or anything. but for whatever reason i finally decided to, and so glad i did! so well written, intense, beautiful. i couldnt put it down. cant wait for the next movie to come out :)
i dont know what i should read next, now that my expectations have been built up so high lol!
Answer by DJDNY at 9:12 AM on Apr. 4, 2013
YES. and I loved them. The movie was a little bit of a let down but not horrible. (I saw the movie after reading the books). I am looking forward to the next movie in order to see the differences between that and the books. Anyways in regards to books with movie spin offs there is a site your can browse find them at
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Answer by balagan_imma at 9:28 AM on Apr. 4, 2013
I'm always late on reading books too. That's b/c I keep getting other books that come highly recommended. :p I just finished "Half Broke Horses" by Jeannette Walls & am reading another of hers called "Glass Castles." Very good books! I recently read "The Help" by Kathryn Stockett and "Two Little Girls in Blue" by Mary Higgins Clark. I like her books too. Sydney Sheldon is still one of my fav. authors. I've read all of his books. I think sometime over the summer I will start the Hunger Games trilogy. My 11 y/o expressed interest in those, but I need to read them first, in case they aren't appropriate for her.
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