You know how I said that I wouldn't be around for the latter half of my senior year final semester?
Well, that time has passed. College is over.
AND I AM FREE!
I am so excited to be a (mostly) free woman! Think about all the books I can read when homework isn't a thing?
I mean, I'm going to be working full time and all of that jazz, but I read for a straight three hours the other night. I don't remember the last time I was able to do that!
Now, for the more pressing matter, I did a final senior project/research paper on a media theory look at certain Young Adult novels.
I chose The Hunger Games as a focus and was greatly shocked to discover that my itty bitty like I had for the book upon first read has grown into an obsession.
I read The Hunger Games years ago, and I liked it. I actually liked it a lot, but I never felt the need to continue which for me says a lot. Upon this second read I was so much more drawn into it and now I am eagerly continuing on with the series.
After my first read I wanted to continue, as I had really enjoyed book one, but Catching Fire ended up being a DNF for me.
This goes to show that you can't judge a book completely even when you read it. I know this sounds odd, but at the point in my life when I first picked up The Hunger Games I didn't get it... but now I SO GET IT.
I just wasn't ready then. Now I'm over here like...
So, next time you think you aren't feeling something just give it five years.
It will come eventually.
Have you ever read a book later on and felt completely different?
Let me know in the comments!