But Who'll Sarah Fee?

It occurred to me yesterday that my favorite thing to do - read a book while I'm eating - is just a combination of reading and eating. Bo-ring. I'm boring.

The Testing (The Testing, #1) - Joelle Charbonneau When The Testing isn't busy infodumping all over your new brain-carpet, it occupies itself by imitating The Hunger Games - not just the big picture, either. We've got a crazyass government and kids from the smallest area as our heroine and her boyfriend. There's even a government official whose red jumpsuit "clashes with her bright orange hair."

Now I don't know if The Hunger Games, in turn, hasn't been stealing its ideas, but I do know that The Testing has.

If I'd bought this book, I would have pushed myself to finish it... but I don't think it would have been too hard.

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