Help me catch back up with our book of the month program and make it awesome! Wouldn't it be awesome if each month we have hundreds of people on this website reading the same book around the same time and chatting about it?!
Carla Hurst-Chandler wrote:Picked up a copy of The Hunger Games...just to see what all the hoopla is about...
IzzyAlene wrote:Okay Fran, I think you may be in trouble! I'm not even half way through We Were the Mulvaneys and part of me cannot put it down, whereas the other part of me wants to put it down and never pick it up again. Her voice is so unique. I love it. I'm drawn in before I even read a page, and yet, I don't want to know what I already have guessed in the back of my mind. Ill save a final verdict for when I'm finished. Mostly because I have no idea how I feel about it.
DATo wrote:Carla Hurst-Chandler wrote:Picked up a copy of The Hunger Games...just to see what all the hoopla is about...
You talked me into it Carla. I'm curious to find out what this story is all about too. Have not seen the movie, nor do I know very much about the plot. I just reserved it from my library. I am #364 of 16 copies [:-( .... I'll give you my report on it .... in about a year and a half (kidding). I am currently #12 of 17 "holds" on The Spellman Files and figure I should have it in about a week or two. By the time I finish it Hunger Games should be getting close to being available.
Laura_Timmins wrote:'P.S I love you' I ave really enjoyed it Its both hilarious and sad, I dont know whether to laugh or cry most of the time