Is it bad that I thoroughly enjoy the Jonas Brothers? Yes, I suppose it is. I'm 22 years old.
Just a thought.
After multiple suggestions that I read "The Hunger Games," Kelsey finally convinced me and gave me the first two books. That was on Monday. It's Wednesday night and I just finished the third and final book of the series. All I've gotta say is, "Twilight? Don't patronize me. That is rubbish." I don't want to make this into a long book review, but the most basic things that make "The Hunger Games" better than "Twilight" are: 1) A better plot line because of its depth and concern with more than just three or four characters. 2) A more believable and likable heroin, although equally grumpy and sullen as Bella, because of her genuine expression of feelings in her inner-monologues in addition to consideration of so many points-of-view. 3) I actually felt sorrow for characters. I cared what happened to them. Yeah, I even got teary eyed at times.
Now, this isn't to say "The Hunger Games" books don't have their flaws. They do. A lot of questions I'd like answered. But compared to other books in the same genre, it made a much better impression. I don't want an Edward, or a Jacob. I want a boy who shares a name with a flat bread. :o)
Now, a picture: