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Ugh I had like four paragraphs written and dreamwidth freaked out and ate it :////. I'll try to recreate!

So, Hunger Games! spoilers (for all 3 books as well as movie) and rambling this way! )

As for Game of Thrones... )

In my shame list update, I've knocked The Crucible and Catcher in the Rye off my list, and I really, really enjoyed both of them. In some ways for similar reasons -- I think they both did a great job of really exposing humanity, of taking a character and just breaking him down for the world to see inside him. The Crucible took me a bit to warm up to, it was a little slow going in the beginning, especially during the exposition bits, but when the action picked up, holy hell did it pick up! Catcher had my attention essentially from the first sentence; I think I read it in close to one sitting.

In the flist participation section of this post, what should I read next? Great Expectations, or something by either Steinbeck or Faulkner?

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