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1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
2. Silver Linings Playbook… Even though it was totally different from the book.
3. The Hunger Games.
4. The Kite Runner.
5. World War Z… Even though it was totally different from the book.
6. Water for Elephants.
7. The Help.
8. Twilight… #1 and #3 only!
9. The Host… For what it’s worth, it’s a really hard book to make into a film. But the movie was sooooooooooo cheesy.
Who is your absolute favorite fictional female? What makes her so awesome?
Honestly, my favorite book characters are all male (Pat from The Silver Linings Playbook, Charlie from The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Junior from The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian). And when I think “favorite fictional female” Katniss from The Hunger Games trilogy automatically pops into my head. But I don’t wanna be that unoriginal. So I’m going with… Arya from A Song of Ice and Fire series.
Simply put, Arya is a badass! She knows how to use a sword, she never puts up with anyone’s crap, she’s a total tomboy, very independent, etc. She even has a hit list! I have only read the first two books, but I just started the third one today!
Grab a book you have not read yet, turn to page 99, read that page, and let us now if you would continue reading the book based only off that page.
From my bookshelf I have selected Running with Scissors by Augusten Burroughs.
Page 99 tells about “the doctor” and his wife Agnes. He has three mistresses and it sounds like Agnes is a little crazy and goes off on him sometimes. Best quote from this page: “She’s leaving the anal and moving into the phallic.”
Not sure if I’d read the book just from this page… I need to read a little more to decide.
Hi everyone, I’m Jen and I’m from North Carolina! I’m going to try to read two books this week… I would go for three but this is actually a busy week for me! I usually read one book a week. I’m a children’s librarian and I read a lot of juvenile and young adult fiction. These are the two books I plan to read this week…
I already posted a teaser of Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion (find it here) so here’s one from Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt.
“All I could think of again and again was Finn. I thought about his soft kiss.”
(This quote is kind of misleading; it’s definitely not a romance novel!)