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I thoroughly enjoyed this story and I watched the movie first so it was gripping and significantly different whilst being the same basic story. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jennifer Berry
This is a great story, if a little difficult to follow at first. Keep at it and you'll love it!Published 7 days ago by TG529
No newsflash here that Ms. Meyer isn't a very good writer but it was predictably okay. A decent beach read.Published 14 days ago by Erika Martin, NJ
This book is about an invasion of Earth by body snatchers who believe that their hosts no longer have any thoughts, free will or control over their own bodies. Read morePublished 19 days ago by 10,000 years of books
I enjoyed this book, but I loved the author's twilight series morePublished 23 days ago by Kathyinozarks
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|Books like this but for mature reader||
You can try the Close Liaisons (The Krinar Chronicles: Volume 1) or Claimed (Brides of the Kindred). Neither is identical match but both are great sci fi romances for more mature audiences. Read More
Mar 30, 2013 by Julia1980 | See all 4 posts
|The Host 's Sequels||
MTV: Do you plan on writing "Host" sequels?
Meyer: I hope. If I were to continue on with "The Host," which is a possibility, there are characters and stories that could continue. ... If I went ahead with that, it would be two more. ... Next would be "The Soul," and...
Aug 15, 2008 by J. Simon | See all 87 posts
|After the twilight series, what fiction book would you recommend I read?||
What do you think of historical fiction? Have you tried any of the Phillipa Gregory books (e.g. The Other Boleyn Girl, et al?). It's not fantasy but it is fascinating!
Feb 1, 2009 by PenNameJane | See all 87 posts
|Which is better: The Host or Twilight?||
The Host by far. I didn't care for Twilight and had no interest in reading any further in the series. I suppose it had a lot to do with the fact that I don't really care for romance novels. I like a story to have more of a plot than "girl meets boy," "girl gets boy,"... Read More
Sep 7, 2008 by T. A. Adams | See all 39 posts
|The Host: OK For Teens?||
I wouldn't have any problem letting a 13 year old read it. My daughter is 12 and I would have no problem letting her read this one. Any scenes of intimacy (and to be honest, I don't remember any) are no more racy than Twilight, and it gets a little violent at times, but not graphically so. If... Read More
Apr 1, 2009 by Tamara T. Pitts | See all 5 posts
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