The Hunger Games
I’m sure many people are now aware that the movie is coming out later this month, and for the most part, that is why I read this book. Judging by what I’ve seen from the trailer, there is essentially nothing being translated from book to movie. I cannot believe I’m about to say this, but that’s pretty okay with me. The movie looks like it takes everything to the next level in terms of intensity and excitement, and regardless of how I feel about the book, I am greatly looking forward to the film. If you are just interested in this book because of the movie trailer, I would not recommend reading it.
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Now, I found it very difficult to compile this list as I went along. The first few I feel passionate about, and the others I would definitely be interested in. However, for the most part, I like my series to be compact things. One series: no novellas, no companions, nothing else. But without further ado, onto the list!
- Sevro from the Red Rising trilogy by Pierce BrownHe is just so sassy and loyal. I cannot help but think that whatever he does that isn’t in the Red Rising trilogy is incredibly fascinating. While I love Sevro, I do think that any side character that would be pulled from this series to create another book would be just as interesting. It really doesn’t matter who it is: Fitchner, Mustang, Jackal, whomever. I’d read those all.
- Severus Snape from the Harry Potter series by J.K. RowlingWhile I think that most Harry Potter fans agree that they’d love to read anything else Harry Potter related, I love the fact that she hasn’t expanded it. Since finishing the series though, I love Severus Snape as a character. I know we get some background, but I would love to see an entire book about his life.
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