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This week's topic is the Top Ten books I'd like to see made into movies :)
(Even though the movies NEVER do the books justice. NEVER.)
The Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa
Would love to see a fairy movie. Pretty sure the only one on the market right now is Tinkerbell.
Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly
What a story to tell--and I think it would translate well on the big screen.
The Last Cato by Matilde Asensi
This book is about Dante's 12 levels in Hell, secret societies and 12 challenges taken on by a Swiss Guard, a nun and a archeologist. I think it would make a great thriller.
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
My favorite of Green's novels. It would make a nice college-type movie, along the lines of Accepted or Orange County
The Botticelli Secret by Marina Fiorato
Italy. Art. Murders. Forbidden Love. All the makings of a great movie, right?
The Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross
This book comes out in May--but what a great movie it would make. Gritty, Victorian England makes the perfect backdrop for this steampunk novel.
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfied
This book would be the CREEPIEST movie ever. I'm sure it would be really good, but I would never watch it, so this is my other pick:
A Long, Long TIme Ago and Essentially True by Brigid Pasulka.
Now I am totally biased on this book because I would love to see Krakow (the setting) again, if only on the big screen. But if they could weave this two stories as well as Pasulka, it would be pure gold.
Audrey, Wait! by Robin Benway
Now I sure this movie would be made terrible--Disney Movie of the Month terrible. But I would still love to see it!
Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot.
Two words: Meg. Cabot.
13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
A trip across Europe? I'd watch it.