Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Would Love to See as Movies/TV Shows

Books to film/television scares me. I’m not going to lie. Some have turned out a pleasant surprise while others have just been a flat out mess. Do you know how heart broken I would be if they made Anna and the French Kiss into a movie and destroyed it? Nope, I can’t even go there. Anyway there are a few books that I do think have the potential to be good movies. I stuck with stories I thought would play out really well on the big screen.  What book would you like to see transferred to film?

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        Twenty Boy Summer | Bright Before Sunrise | Kiss of Deception | The Taking | A Court of Thorns and Roses | Altered | I’ll Meet You There | Finnikin of the Rock | The Selection | Delirium

 

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11 Comments

  1. I haven’t read Twenty Boy Summer yet, but I’ve loved Sarah’s Book of Broken Hearts and The Summer of Chasing Mermaids, so I’m sure that one would be a fantastic read and movie as well. <3 Also ACOTAR–yes please. I need to see sexy Tamlin on the big screen. 😉 They did try turning Delirium into a TV series but failed, right? I remember watching the pilot episode some time ago.

    Aimee @ Deadly Darlings recently posted: Review: The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler
  2. I almost put Altered on my list….but I can’t decide if I’d prefer a tv show or a movie as I think that both could be good. Either way though they’d need JR to advise them so they don’t eff it up!

    And I totally agree with all of your other picks as well. So long as they are done correctly. Because there is nothing worse than when your favorite story is destroyed by Hollywood!

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