@Hanna_Brassheart, just really quickly, I thought you didn't want to argue anymore?!
Anyways, yes, the Bible is perfect. But even you have to admit, you read books other than the Bible that have good morals/stories right? On the other hand, I'm sure you're encountered a conscience-searing book before. I have as well. You yourself are in control of your hands and eyes. If you don't like the book you're reading, PUT IT DOWN. (that's what I do)
On the other hand, I'm sorry you don't have many Christians in your area. But that doesn't really omit the fact that we here on the forums are also your Christian community and culture. Perhaps @Miss_S was referring to that? And no, I don't think that there are other types of Christians in the sense of true belief, but if you're referring to way of lifestyle and small bits of culture then I agree.
However, I don't think it's okay to
No. Really, it all depends on the books itself. I think you're making the mistake of generalizing a bunch of these books together. And when you do that, it makes it MUCH harder to see the light in the possible one book that's better than the others. In other words, I NEVER read books I know that completely contradict the Bible and everything it stands for or include really bad content. On the other hand, some of us readers who may be older may be more mature enough to the point of where some violence or darker themes in books are okay to read and therefore understand.
When the Bible said that these things would influence you, what I think that it meant was that we shouldn't read/watch/listen to these things because many young or immature Christians would not fully realize the sin infused in these and would fall to the temptation. On the other hand, I believe that if you have a clear heart and mind and that you have the Holy Spirit within you to help you discern right from wrong, you can read these books on account that you can know what is right and wrong and therefore NOT embrace what is evil.
Again, that's just my interpretation and it has since served me well as you see me here in this Christian community today, despite seeing many of these things.
There's so much more I could say about this and Christian maturity, but it's a little bit long and I have to go to school. But lastly:
I think the real question is "does it dis-honor God to read this book?" Again, notice how I said *"this book". You shouldn't generalize too many books at once because that's just being ignorant unless you actually read them. So, back to the point. No, I don't think that reading Hunger Games dishonors God on the fact that it does NOT teach against the Bible. It doesn't preach the Bible either, but rather uses a darker theme to teach a moral that we, Christian or not, can all stand to learn at times. Get what I'm saying?
I'll be happy to continue later, but I have a lot of school to do today. I hope this makes sense, @Hanna_Brassheart.