I think banning books is a moronic idea. To me, it's akin to burning books.
We do not live in the Middle Ages. We live in a modern time. We should not be acting like heathens and burning and banning books. It makes us look like we do not have the brains to think for ourselves.
I might declare that I will never allow the Twilight series in my house (I can so see Madi sneaking those across the thresh hold, just because she's "denied" them, LOL), but I would never attempt to really keep anyone from reading what they wanted.
I dealt with that when I was 19, and living with the DNA Donor. She and her husband threw away over $1,000 worth (used prices, BTW, not new) of romance novels because there was premarital sex in it. A couple of those books were purchased by my siblings, and to this day, I'm still on the hunt for them because of they hold sentimental value to me.
Bad Moon Rising: Oh wow! Awesome, awesome, AWESOME BOOK!
I started this book around 3pm and finished it just after midnight. Um, no, I’m not obsessed with the Dark Hunter series. I swear. Okay, even I can’t keep a straight face while I say that. This recent installment is the story of Fang Kattalaskis and Aimee Peltier. Fang is a Were-Hunter who’s animal form is a wolf. Aimee is also a Were-Hunter but her animal form is a bear.
There’s a lot of back story and a bit of repetition to the story, but you get a different view of the whole story.
As Sherrilyn Kenyon put (in a REPLY TO ME!!):
Most of what we've seen of Fang is him in a coma. But when not being trapped, he's something else. Think of the fights in NE.
NOTICE: I will now be sharing spoilers, so if you haven’t read the book and plan to, you might want to mosey along now!( SPOILERS )