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The article didn't mention "The Host", which is by Stephenie Meyer and coming to theaters in March. I'm curious to see how it does because it wasn't a series and not anywhere near as popular as her Twilight series. It was a good book, but I'm interested to see if they can turn the very odd premise of the book into an ...more
I agree...I didn't love the Twilight movies but they did SORT OF stick with the books. The first three movies were okay...the last two were awful. Beautiful Creatures didn't do as well because it wasn't quite the "phenomenon" of Twilight...plus the movie sucked...it wasn't even the same story as the book.
I've read Twilight, Hunger Games, Divergent (the first two books are published, a third not due until October), The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices (both the same "world" and both by Cassandra Clare), and The Beautiful Creatures.
I almost never like the movie version of a book I've read, especially if I ...more