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lol i LOVED the hunger games books i read them way before i even knew about the movie
and 50 shades of gray...i admit i read them....honestly i thought they were repetitive and boring LOL....the first 8 chapters of the first book was like umm okay so when do i get to the "good parts" and the first few "scenes" were good...but then like i said it got boring and repetitive LOL....i wouldn't see the movie honestly...i dunno how they would do that...they'd have to change a LOT....or really keep out a lot of stuff....or have it be an X rated movie or MA? is that what they call that now? i dunno...but i still wouldn't go see it lol
I agree...can't imagine what kind of rating they would have to get!!;-)
I was more enraged by the books than anything else....I thought that they made "Anastasia" weak and easily persuaded. Not what you want girls to be when they encounter a dominant (sic) character like "Christian". I wanted her to refuse him....and walk away. Guess that would have made for a short book, huh?!LOL
lol for me it was more the writing...it seemed like a 12 year old with really bad fantasies wrote that book...i mean come on a 28 year old multi billionaire who can fly helicopters and owns companies etc? LOL not very believable...and the writing..ugh i had to keep re-reading sentences so they would make sense LOL...and how many times can she repeat the same things over and over again?? LOL got very annoying
I read it because my sister's-in-law were adamant that I should...and didn't dislike them...they were just sort of "junk food" reading, I call it! I like to do light reads after something heavy...I read "The Dovekeepers" before that, so the timing was just right!