Interview With The Vampire - Anne Rice.
Lestat, you're cooler in the movie, but oh how I can't help but love you,.
I've just started reading "Hush, Hush" I was hooked from the 1st page. So far I love Patch.
I just finished reading the Evermore Series. It was really good too. I loved Lucas and Bianca.
In my post above, I meant to say Evernight Series. That is the one with Lucas and Bianca.
I have also read the Evermore Series,and I liked it but it wasn't as good as the Evernight. There are so many with the word Ever or Never in the title, it's become a little confusing to keep them straight.
I've read all three series that you mentioned. I also fell in love with Patch in the first book. I won't spoil the rest of the books for you, though.
I hated the Evermore series...I stopped reading after the 4th book because it was like...pulling teeth.
I initially liked Evernight, but disliked the last two books.
Hey Buffy. I am currently reading The Mortal Instruments Series. I've finished City of Bones, and I'm about halfway through City of Ashes. I like it so far, but at the same time I'm a little disappointed. The reviews all said there was romance. Well so far there have been a couple of kisses, and not even really passionate ones, then there is a twist that made me want to quit reading altogether. I won't spoil it for those who haven't read it. It is very interesting, I would have just liked a little more romance. Especially since the Hero, Jace, is pretty hot. Along the lines of Patch...but nobody measures up to Patch for me. LOL
Oh, and I agree about the Evermore Series. I loved Damon in the first book, but he started letting Ever run over him. I like a strong Hero. And Ever became more and more annoying throughout the series. Anytime there was a choice to be made, she made the wrong one. I just wanted to smack her!
I recently finished reading The Fault In Our Stars by John Green and loved every single bit of it, even if it did make me cry.
At the moment though, I'm reading Hamlet for my Shakespeare class and I'm really enjoying it. For some reason I always expect myself to not understand what he's writing, but then I surprise myself when I actually do. And I just love it. I'd definitely suggest to take an attempt at reading something written by him.
I've just finished reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson.
I feel that this book's popularity is grossly OVERrated. I do not mean to disrespect the memory of the late Stieg Larsson, but though the story is *almost* interesting, TGwtDT is not well written AT ALL. I understand that the manuscripts for the trilogy were delivered to the publisher shortly before his tragic death. Because of this, I feel that the book suffers from a form of literary neglect without the author around to participate in the editing process. One specific instance is when Larsson gives a detailed description of the new computer that Salander needs to buy...something that definitely should have been edited out since I am doubtful that her specific choice of computer has any impact on the story. And this is one of the many instances where things could have been left out.
I wouldn't really recommend it.
I'm reading HP3 again.
I just finished Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver last night. It is the sequel to Delirium. I think it was okay. I think it was better than the last book because it wasn't slow. I am not very thrilled by this series though.
I have to read Fever next, the second book in the Chemical Garden trilogy. I liked the first book Wither. It was disturbing but nice. Also, I have A million suns to read. It is also a dystopian novel. It is the sequel to Across the Universe by Beth Revis. I loved the first one and am hoping that this one doesn't disappoint me.
Im actually brushing up on the Twilight series right now because Im headed to a convention in a few weeks. They will have a trivia game there to win prizes and money so Im gonna see if I can try and win something haha!
I've just finished the Hunger Games, and quite enjoyed it for a light read, have just started the sequel.
I found it when I saw the trailer to the movie, well it got recomended first, I just remembered to read it when I saw it advertised...
It's a bit of a rip of of Battle Royale, the Japanese film, however different enough not to annoy me, and plus most of these book themes go in cycles, most things have been done before in some form or fashion.
Although I shouldn't be reading any books that aren't books for uni... oops I have SO much work to do...