Ugh, me too.I have too many books....
I'm not dissing the book, but I'm actually pretty annoyed at how many people have been reading it and going, "Did you know..." about things about Steve Jobs (particularly aspects of his personality as a manager, creator and idea man from before his exile from Apple and after his return) they've just learned from the book when a lot of that stuff is pretty well documented online and in print.I'm reading the Steve Jobs biography. I'm only a couple chapters in so I haven't got to the really good stuff yet but it's pretty interesting so far.
To be honest, I felt the sequels were nothing compared to the original. They didn't introduce anything new to the story line, and were completely predictable.
I'd had an interesting theory about Foxface in Hunger Games.
I think she deliberately ate the nightlock berries as a painless suicide. It's shown in Capitol that she's as good at Katniss at recognizing dangerous plants, so her death by "accidentally" eating them with the cheese, makes no sense. If you look at who was left, she wouldn't want to kill Katniss or Peeta because of Katniss' kindness, she's no match for Thresh (in the movie, in the book he dies before her IIRC), and she knows that she would suffer at the hands of Cato's sadism. So the nightlock would be a fast (and assumed) painless death.
I can't help to agree. I think they were only written in hopes to build another Twilight/Potter franchise.