6 thoughts on “The Music of District 12

    • hannahkarena says:

      And Harry Potter. Every time I sit down to watch those, I wish I had set aside enough time to just reread the book instead.

      • lovethebadguy says:

        I don’t mind the Harry Potter films — mostly because I think their casting was, for the most part, incredibly well done — but nothing EVER beats the book. It just isn’t possible!

  1. Alyssa says:

    Did you like reading The Hunger Games? I really liked the concept of the story, but I really didn’t like the writing.

    • hannahkarena says:

      Hi Alyssa! I did like reading The Hunger Games. I definitely agree that the story and development (plot and character-wise) was stronger than the writing, but I didn’t think the writing was bad–just a little plain, but still completely functional. Some books–Nicolas Sparks books come to mind–are written so poorly that I can’t even enjoy the story, because I just want to edit and rewrite his sentences. I don’t think the Hunger Games’s writing was detrimental to my personal reading experience. (Except for those last 10 dreadful pages of the third book.) Did it bother you the whole time?

      • Alyssa says:

        To be honest, when I first picked it up, it did. Then the story got too good that I couldn’t put it down. And I agree, the last ten pages of the third book where awful. I was blind-sided by the whole ending!

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