Three twenty-something urbanites reading, discussing and pointing out the crazy that is young adult fiction (and sometimes real people lit, too).
(and sometimes real people lit, too).
So I've read City of Bones, Divergent and The Maze Runner and though I enjoyed them, none of them lived up to THG series for me. Perhaps I should take some chances with John Green and/or Delirium because the others failed to blow me away.On a side note: I kept getting The Maze Runner. Perhaps it's because my sarcastic nature prevents me from wanting love in my books. Sigh. I think I'm doomed.
The question that says "How picky are you on reading levels?" with the answers: "I am aware that I am reading young adult" and "I need more polish" Is kind of offensive. I mean.... seriously, there are a ton of poorly written adult novels and some fabulously well written teen novels. WHAT THE HELL?Also, I got TFIOS... I'm not sure why that is an answer choice tho? I feel like more people have read TFIOS than the Hunger Games... but maybe they're equal.
I got Divergent, which I knew would happen as soon as I said that I would rather jump off the building, and then make out. As a side note, I am still angry about the casting for Divergent.
I got Divergent, but I've already read all of these books. I just did this for fun. Divergent was my favorite. I just finish "The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer" and it's sequel, "The Evolution of Mara Dyer" by Michelle Hodkin. I can't wait for the the third to come out. It's the best series I've read since Divergent (which I finished about a year go). It's different though, not a dystopian. I'd call it a supernatural thriller. I highly recommend it.
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