How Does 'Divergent' Stack Up Against 'The Hunger Games' and 'Twilight'?I decided it was about time I move my top ten to Tuesdays like everyone else, not to be like everyone else, but to follow the meme. All the cover images link back to their Goodreads pages. I read The Hunger Games THG when it came out in and fell in love with the story and characters instantly, then had to endure the cliff hangers until the next book came to life. Below are five recommendations for those who love the hunger games trilogy and want to discover something new. I read Twilight when I was in Highschool and I loved it then as any 16 year old would, when I later reread the series I realized how annoying and irritating Bella is and that there are many ridiculous moments throughout the series.
The Twilight Saga (Hunger Games Style)
How Does ‘Divergent’ Stack Up Against ‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘Twilight’?
According to Oliver, though, who "edited" other. Ostensibly the anonymous "diary" of a teenage girl who falls into a sordid world of drugs and sex, r. Sounds fun. But can she define herself in only one way.There is a second book and a third one still being written last I checked in the series. Definitly, as it is so far from the story it will probably annoy the heck out of you. I would suggest blocking out the movie if you do read the series, the Hush Hush series is a love story that is so intense I believe it is better than Twilight. He was an amazing person.
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer They might seem too grim, almost nihilistic. These vampires are well blended into the upper-crust of manhattan and our protagonist discovers that she is one of them and learns how to adjust. Unwind 6.
I read Twilight when I was in Highschool and I loved it then as any 16 year old would, when I later reread the series I realized how annoying and hinger Bella is and that there are many ridiculous moments throughout the series. I would like to add my book? I would recommend the following but they are all on their first and seconds of the series Nick Robinson as Simon in 'Love, Simon'.
Blood Red Road 2. The hush hush series by becca fitzpatrick, i finished the series a few days bokos and i totally loved it Many books originally intended for adults, many of his universes tie in with these novels. It is one of the greatest stories I have ever read.
Girl in the Arena by Lise Haines
Katsa is amazing. Not coincidentally those are also the first published. I was going to suggest Battle Royale too. A classic.
Gone is a great series and a 6th book called Light is about to be released Is Tunnels on this list yet. Welcome back. Whether - and why - younger people are "reading up" getting into weighty themes hhunger or older ones are "reading down" and thus immature is debatable but the crossover shows books' appeal needn't be limited by labels. Name required?
Now I have the difficult task of deciding which of these series to read first. While very dated, they provide an interesting time capsule of the attitudes and culture of the late s and early s. Sue Townsend's early Adrian Mole diaries twiligbt funny and touching but in adulthood Adrian seemed annoying and pitiful rather than sympathetic. This has been an all-time favorite stumble. And that's a good thing.
When I volunteered to review a young adult novel, my editor looked at me quizzically and called me "an enigma". She didn't elaborate and I chose to interpret it as a compliment, of sorts you take what you can get. It's not that mysterious. I'm a voracious reader of many kinds of books and, yes, YA literature is among them and has been for a long time. I'm no snob and as Oscar Wilde said, books are either well written or badly written. There's rubbish written for all ages - including adults and even dross can be revealing. Like any others, YA books - which often deal with the heightened emotions and experiences of adolescence - can tell us something about the concerns and mores of a particular era or help us understand ourselves better.
I would try Jenny Pox if you have a Kindle. Sherman Alexei's The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian's author and main character, like me, like Katniss and Peeta in the games. Additionally Graceling has a great romance to egg on when the characters are on an adventure. I've read it five times and bkoks laugh and enjoy it.
Fun fact: The protagonist of the story shares the same name as Estes' wife. Omg you have to read The Lux series by Jennifer L. Uglies Pretties Specials Extras! Just found a new one.