I was very late with this series; this is the time where I tell you I saw the movie before I read the book *hides* It was the first movie that made me curious about the series and after that, I fell in love. I think these movies are one of the best adaptations I’ve seen so far and I can’t wait for Mockingjay part 1 (although I’m still not sure why they cut it in half.) I picked this GIF, because I thought it was an impressive scene with a lot of meaning to the story. This is the moment where she started to gain loyalty and where I really admired her character.
I had the hardest time trying to find a GIF to match my feelings. I decided to pick a GIF with one of my favorite characters and this one made me laugh. Thinking about Harry Potter makes me happy & smile. I also think about this emotion, because despite the horrors that happened, there was always hope. I still can’t believe there was a time in my life where I decided I didn’t want to read HP. I’m grateful that my aunt & uncle bought me the book anyway and introduced me to one of the best fandoms there is.
I haven’t read the book and thinking about it, I don’t think I’ve ever seen the complete movie. I’m not sure what it is. I’m planning to see it soon though, because I do like watching classics – and I have the book somewhere on the shelves.
This series slowly destroys me (and not only because I have to wait for the fourth books) It’s making me feel all these feelings and sometimes it’s too much to handle it. I have so much love for these characters. I also found another very appropriate GIF I had to include, because I definitely prefer to use that term.
This movie *double facepalm* I have NO idea that they were thinking. Most of the scenes made me cringe, Rose and Dimitri had zero chemistry and what was going on with his hair? But if we talk about the book, I must say I felt very underwhelmed.
I mentioned this book in my TBR tag as one of the books I feel everyone has read but me; I hope I’m soon one of those people too. It’s high on my TBR pile and I hope to read it before the end of this year.
I saw the movie and I liked the concept, but I’ve never bothered with the books.. I might need to change that soon. Has anyone read the books? Are they worth it?
For some reason, I’m just not interested in this book. Almost all my friends on Goodreads loved it, but there is something about it that doesn’t speak to me.
I tag all my followers, so if you feel like doing this tag, go ahead! Here are my 10 books:
1. Leigh Bardugo - Shadow and bone.
2. Marissa Meyer - Cinder.
3. Markus Zusak - The book thief.
4. Rae Carson - The girl of fire and thorns.
5. Robin LaFevers - Grave Mercy.
6. Kristin Cashore - Graceling.
7. Maggie Stiefvater - The raven boys.
8. Julie Kagawa - The immortal rules.
9. Marie Rutkoski - The winner's curse.
10. Laini Taylor - Daughter of smoke and bone.