Harry Potter is definitely my favourite. I grew up on Harry Potter and I truly believe it helped shape the person I am today. I remember reading about one boy who wanted to kill himself as a teenager but didn't because he had to know how the series ended. For people my age (the 'Harry Potter generation') it has truly been something that has taught about love, life and sacrifice, and provided a moment of happiness for people with nothing else to look forward to.
I haven't read the Hunger Games series, I've only seen the movie so I'm afraid I can't really say much about it. I did love the movie though, I thought it cast a light on the lives we live today - just how far will people go to become famous? And how powerful are those in power, are we just their puppets or do we still have control over our own lives?
Twilight, on the other hand - and I really don't like to insult anyone who does like it, this is just my opinion, but what utter tosh that was. In my opinion, it's absolute drivel, the movies are boring and uninspired, and the story of Bella Swan could very well set the feminist movement back about 100 years. Oh, my boyfriend's left me! Please ignore while I sit in this chair and refuse to move for six months. Ugh, it really does make me angry, I have no idea why I read it, and it terrifies me that young girls might look to this to see how to behave.