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    Top Ten Books I'd Love To See As Movies/Tv Shows

     

    I love this week’s Top Ten.  Hopefully all of our posts will give a nudge to Hollywood.

     

    Number #10

    Title:  Article 5 (#1)

    Author:  Kristen Simmons

    Genre:  YA Dystopian

    Number of Pages:  362

    Release Date:  January 1st, 2012 by Tor Teen

     
     
     
    This story would make a gritty, realistically violent movie or television series.  The world is vast and over controlled by the new America that replaces the Bill of Rights with the Moral Statutes.  I’d love to watch the romance between Ember and Chase.  The book is perfect blend of action and little moments that make you swoon.

     

    Number #9

    Title:  Under the Never Sky

    Author:  Veronica Rossi

    Genre:  YA Dystopian

    Number of Pages:  374

    Release Date:  January 3rd, 2012 by HarperCollins

     
     
     
    PLEASE OH PLEASE make this a movie.  I will beg on my hands and knees.  This is seriously one of my all-time favorite series with a perfect example of a swoon-worthy romance.  Perry is my numero uno book boyfriend.  You can’t have him.

     

    Number #8

    Title:  Dorothy Must Die (#1)

    Author:  Danielle Paige

    Genre:  YA Retelling

    Number of Pages:  452

    Release Date:  April 1st, 2014 by HarperCollins

    Need I explain.  Wizard of Oz.  Retelling.  There, explained.

     

    Number #7

    Title:  Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles #1)

    Author:  Marissa Meyer

    Genre:  YA Retelling/Science Fiction

    Number of Pages:  390

    Release Date:  January 3rd, 2012 by Feiwel & Friends

     
     
     
    This tale is amazingly descriptive with a world I feel like I MUST see.  I would love to see the words reimagined and shown on screen.

     

    Number #6

    Title:  Thirteen Reasons Why

    Author:  Jay Asher

    Genre:  YA Contemporary

    Number of Pages:  304

    Release Date:  October 18th, 2007 by Razorbill

     
     
     
    Hauntingly beautiful and true to the realistic troubles that young people face, this is a story that needs to be told.  If not by someone reading Jay Asher’s eloquent words, then by a big screen.

     



    Number #5

    Title:  Redeeming Love

    Author:  Francine Rivers

    Genre:  Historical Fiction

    Number of Pages:  464

    Release Date:  May 9th, 2005 by Multnomah Books

     
     
     
    Truthfully, I don’t usually read Christian fiction, which is what this book is filed under, but this is a story that anyone can enjoy and take a great deal from.  It tells the tale of a young girl that is sold to prostitution, and slowly learns what real love and healing means.  I cried many, many times while reading.

     

    Number #4

    Title:  The Crucible

    Author:  Arthur Miller, Christopher Bigsby

    Genre:   YA Historical Fiction

    Number of Pages:  143

    Release Date:  March 25th, 2004 by Penguin Classics

     
     
     
    I know this has already been made into a movie, but I would love to see this as a television series.  This was a mournful time in our history, that can be mirrored to judgments we place on others today.

     

    Number #3

    Title:  Bunnicula

    Author:  James Howe, Deborah Howe

    Genre:  YA Horror

    Number of Pages:  128

    Release Date:  August 8th, 2006 by Atheneum Books for Young Readers (First published in 1979).

     
     
    Laugh it up, because I would too.  I’m actually not sure if it was ever made into a movie, but even so I’d love a remake.  This is a comedic horror story about a vampire bunny.  Oh, the nostalgia.

     

    Number #2

    Title:  Sex Criminals, Vol. 1:  One Weird Trick

    Author:  Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky

    Genre:  Romance/Comedic Graphic Novel

    Number of Pages:  128

    Release Date:  April 29th, 2014 by Image Comics

     
     
     
    This would make for one freaking hilarious (and rated R at least) movie.  The art and little things you see in the background make this graphic novel an awesome ride start to finish.  And it’s not just a story about sex.  It has plot!

     

    Number #1

    Title:  The Dead House

    Author:  Dawn Kurtagich

    Genre:  YA Thriller/Horror

    Number of Pages:  440

    Release Date:  August 6th, 2015 by Orion Children’s Books

    I haven’t even read this yet, and I already want to see the movie.

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