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Here's this week's question:
What book that hasn't been
turned into a movie (yet) would you
most like to see make it to the big screen,
and who would you like cast
as your favorite character?
Another great question this week!! There are quite a few books I'd like to see turned into movies!! Here are the ones that first come to mind...
Lisa Tawn Bergren
This YA trilogy is full
of adventure and romance!
Two sisters go back in time to medieval Italy,
and become involved in the ongoing battles
between the cities of Florence and Siena.
In the process, they also meet the young men
who will steal their hearts!
I don't know enough actors to propose a lead,
though...all I can say is that I would
hope that Marcello is as hot as he's described to be
in the books!!
This novel is very sweetly romantic,
and it takes place in the most romantic city
It tells the story of two sisters as well,
but they have been orphaned,
and are seeking to remake their lives.
The protagonist meets a mysterious young man
who turns out to be a 'revenant',
giving his life over and over again to save others.
I can't help but think of Robert Pattinson in
the role of Vincent, the hero...
This mesmerizing story takes place
on an island patterned after Key West,
known as "Isla Huesos", which means "Island of Bones"
It's a very imaginative retellilng of the
myth of Persephone, and
details the near-death experience of a young girl
who meets the ruler of the Underworld.
He falls in love with her and wants her
to live with him forever...
I can't imagine who could play the role of this
ruler, but again, he would have to be
Amy @ Amy's Book Den has suggested
Aaron Johnson from "Kick Ass" to portray John,
the ruler of the Underworld!
I think he's a great choice!! Thanks, Amy!!
What wonderful novels would you like to see made into movies?