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The Hunger Games Trilogy
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these books are honestly so good. the movie version looks awesome but the books are definitely worth reading.
The Hunger Games is based in a dystopian version of post-apocalyptic America where a random lottery picks numerous kids from various districts to fight in the hunger games, A.K.A a televised battle to death. The book is written in the voice of sixteen year old Katniss Everdeen, and offers a rather delightful concoction of Greek Mythology, Roman games and, well, reality television.
The Hunger Games Trilogy. I'm reading Catching Fire right now. Can't wait for the movie!
The Hunger Games series. great. can't wait to see the movies
One of my absolute favorite book series, the Hunger Games trilogy.
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My favorite Cathy Lamb book
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The Last Time I Was Me by Cathy Lamb
The Last Time I Was Me by Cathy, favorite read
My favorite author.
Jeanne has an anger (and sorrow) issue. After a nervous breakdown and pending lawsuit from ex boyfriend "slick dick", she takes off heading for a date with the pacific ocean. Quirky characters, a caring town, and a mission make this book amazing. Anything by Cathy Lamb is well worth reading.
I wrapped up my grandmother's tea cup collection and my mother's china, then grabbed a violin I'd hidden way back in my closet that made me cry, a gold necklace with a dolphin that my father gave me two weeks before he died of a heart attack when I was twelve and, at midnight, with that moon as bright as the blazes, I left Chicago. When Jeanne Stewart stops at The Opera Man's Cafe in Weltana, Oregon, to eat pancakes for the first time in twelve years, she has no idea she's also about to order up a whole new future. It's been barely a week since she succumbed to a spectacularly public nervous breakdown in front of hundreds of the nation's most important advertising and PR people. Jeanne certainly had her reasons - her mother's recent death, the discovery that her boyfriend had been sleeping with a dozen other women, and the assault charges that resulted when Jeanne retaliated in a creative way against him, involving condoms and peanut oil.Now, en route to her brother's house in Portland, Jeanne impulsively decides to spend some time in picturesque Weltana. Staying at a B&B run by the eccentric, endearing Rosvita, she meets a circle of quirky new friends at her court-ordered Anger Management classes. Like Jeanne, all of them are trying to become better, braver versions of themselves. Yet the most surprising discoveries are still to come - a good man who steadily makes his way into her heart and a dilapidated house that with love and care might be transformed into something wholly her own, just like the new life she is slowly building, piece by piece.
Right now I'm enjoying anything written by Cathy Lamb...The Last Time I Was Me, is a great book, very, very funny!
Revenge on a an abusive ex, an absolutely lovable yet crazy aunt with giant painted pigs and decorative toilets in her yard, and a woman haunted by her past but destined to make a future for herself by building a business out of her knack for baked goods? Yes, please, and thanks for another great book, Cathy Lamb!