Worst book ever. Breaking Dawn aka Breaking Hymen made me want to throw it out in the sea. Sure first vampires sparkle and now they produce babies AND...moreWorst book ever. Breaking Dawn aka Breaking Hymen made me want to throw it out in the sea. Sure first vampires sparkle and now they produce babies AND Edward was the first man to have sex with a human? Seriously? Are you kidding me? Baby imprints?? OMG!! WTF!! This book sends out the wrong kind of message to young women all over the world.
1. It ok to get married after high school because your boyfriend won't have sex with you.
2. Even though you passed high school AND have been studying in one since 1921, it's okay if you don't pay attention in your sex-ed class
3. Baby imprint. Let's start with child molestation. so when Jacob and half vamp girl has babies he is going to tell them
even your mother wasn't so difficult when i changed her diapers.
I love plot. LOVE THEM. Story starts off with Cat killing Vampires and meeting Bones. Now when I first read Cat in the first chapter I had to put the...moreI love plot. LOVE THEM. Story starts off with Cat killing Vampires and meeting Bones. Now when I first read Cat in the first chapter I had to put the book down. Girl is pretty naïve. Then I tried again around the time kitten part I was hooked. Every time bones called out Kitten I responded. Lolol. Story progresses with Bones training Cat. They start their Vampire slaying afterwards which leads them to bigger mystery. Unfolding that Cat finds herself having feeling for Bones a Vampire, who she ‘suppose’ to hate. Bones…. What can I possibly say Crispin Phillip Arthur Russell III aka Bones!!! He is UNF to the 9th degree. I have a weakness for English accent they make my knees go weak. Bones confession of love towards Cat was mighty epic. I am very tough towards the leading ladies in a book, as I try to find myself in them. Not many makes that list of who I like, but Cat definitely does. I loved her. Cat has some serious confidence issues, which I completely blame on the family. Poor Cat doesn’t even have any friends. Thank god for Timmie. I liked him a lot. I hated Justina Crawfield. I just didn’t like her AT ALL. Hope she come around *I doubt* A very funny thing happened while reading HTG. I told my friend badsarge via twitter about reading NH book 1. She was very interested so she started it along with me. Now half way through she was talking about Spade and England, I was a bit confused at first, then we finally figure out what was wrong. We started off with two different series. While I was reading Night Huntress Series - Halfway To Grave she read Night Huntress World - A Drop Of Crimson. Had some serious laugh over this. Frost’s writing was brilliant, she captured the whole supernatural world in a new view and was able to keep me on the edge. The dialogs were snappy, felt very real. Bones and Cat making some steamy scene…. my pants were very uncomfortable. Love a jealous Bones…. Jealous Cat!! hmmmm …well, Bones definitely found that hawt! Dirty mouth Bones! OMG dead! This is probably one of the most memorable read ever. YOU MUST OWN THIS BOOK. (less)
This book is the sequel to Halfway To Grave. It picks up a few years later after Cat has left Bones and now she is leading a few man in a paranormal d...moreThis book is the sequel to Halfway To Grave. It picks up a few years later after Cat has left Bones and now she is leading a few man in a paranormal division and training them how to kill vampires.my review(less)
One of the best book I have read in 2010. hands down. The hunger games, it's nothing like i have read before. I read YA, but they don t attract me much...moreOne of the best book I have read in 2010. hands down. The hunger games, it's nothing like i have read before. I read YA, but they don t attract me much. This book had so many effect on me that I am beyond words. katniss and Peeta's struggle to stay alive in the arena and how the entire thing play off with friend's death was completely heart wrenching. If it's on your TBR pull it up on the top. This is a book that you do NOT want to miss. I know most of my gr friends reads erotica and smexy books, i do too. But this is a MUST READ book(less)
This book took me a while to get a hold of. But when I did I couldn't put it down. This time Katniss and Peeta the victor's of The Hunger Game is now...moreThis book took me a while to get a hold of. But when I did I couldn't put it down. This time Katniss and Peeta the victor's of The Hunger Game is now living in Victor Village trying to convince the capitol again that they are indeed lovers. But that was NOT enough for the precident of Panem. He twists the hunger game rules when it's time for the Quarter Quell dragging both Katniss and Peeta in the arena. 70% of the book is off the arena where Katniss is getting a whiff of a rebel that might be arise, in the mean time trying to come up with a strategy to save Peeta in the arena. That's exactly what Peeta wants as well.
In this book we get to see a lot of development in the districts and get introduced to some new characters.
By now I should choose a team, but I can't. Peeta is the leading boy, I see that. But I have a soft spot for Gale and now even Finnick. But him being a love interest for Katniss, is not likely. So II guess I am just suffering from both team delusion moment. o_O
Let's talk about Katniss some more. Three was one moment, one line that Katniss said would be forever my favorite line from this book. "But at the moment, I excuse myself from thinking bout even those I love most. I think only of me."
Before I finish, I am curious about one person in particular, Cinna. He is a capitol citizen, he asked to be district twelve's fashion designer and he makes a rebellious statement through the costumes he makes for Katniss. Now I want to know why what spur this on for him.
Now I finish it saying this book is a must if you a hunger games fan, AND keep the third one close because you'll start it as soon as you finish. I am on third chapter now. =D (less)
The Hunger Games then Catching Fire. Lastly Mockingjay. This book is completely different then the first two. I had a hard time getting into it, but e...moreThe Hunger Games then Catching Fire. Lastly Mockingjay. This book is completely different then the first two. I had a hard time getting into it, but eventually I did. As I said before this isn't a romantic series so I wasn't invested on WHO will Katniss end up with. My main goal was to find out what happens now that Katniss has lost her home, Peeta and now she is a rebel. War, always have consequences. This side or that. No one wins without suffering the wrath first hand. I think that was the main thing Suzanne Collins tried to tell tell us through this book. It's a depressing ending, but still worth the read, deserves the five stars that I giving and I am waiting for my paperbacks so can give those to kiddos. *sniffles*(less)