Awww, I love that fic! It was sad... and dirty...KikiMasenCullen wrote:Uhm, Eclipse...right now...and a fan fiction called "Only Human" I'm laughing and crying...
Still on Prisoner of Azkaban, but only because I'm busy packing for camp.
Not that Paper Towns didn't have it's funny parts, because it did -- it's just that a large chunk of it was totally crude humor, and that got old real fast for me. The poetry in it and symbolism from the poetry was really cool, I did appreciate that, but overall as a story I thought it was kind of . . . eh -- it just didn't do it for me. I had high hopes for it because it was #1 on a list for top YA books, and Hunger Games was #2. I was just expecting something better than the Hunger Games and I was let down.dandyvampgirl_13 wrote:^^I thought Paper Towns was hillarious, and it did have some depth to it too, not at all just a book about drunk teenage boys chasing some girl. I recommend it heartily, if you don't mind a lot of teenage-dirtyness.
I would suggest the Hunger Games as well, along with
The Wheel of Time series- an epic good vs evil fantasy tale, I love them.
Ender's Game- sci-fi, about an amazing child general who saves Earth from destruction by an alien menace
Anything by Tamora Pierce- she's an excellent fantasy author!
I'm starting Prisoner of Azkaban today, and any mention of Sirius makes me giggle/cry.