I haven’t been able to stop thinking about Netflix’s All The Light We Cannot See trailer that just dropped a few weeks ago. If you have been around this blog for a while, you know how much I absolutely adore All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. It was, in fact, one of the very first books that I reviewed, and without a doubt, one of the first historical fiction that sparked my interest in the genre.Continue reading “All The Light We Cannot See Trailer, Release Date And Cast”
There are very few things in this world that terrifies a bookworm as much as book to film adaptations do. No, we are not being nitpicky–it is actually rare for us to come across a book to film adaptation that is neither a complete mess nor goes off track from the source material.
BUT, thankfully, there are still quite a few gems that have been made based on equally beautifully written books. Here are my list of the best book to film adaptations that I have seen till date.
~ Top 5 Best Book To Film Adaptations ~
Happy Tuesday guys! I am here with September’s first Top Ten Tuesday post, a weekly original meme made by the lovelies at The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s post is a tv-themed topic, and so I am going to list a few books that I wish were made into TV shows.
Shadowhunters is an upcoming fantasy TV drama airing January 2016 on Freeform (currently ABC Family). It is based on a series of best selling novels–The Mortal Instruments–written by Cassandra Clare and is therefore a highly anticipated show for all Cassie Clare fans (myself included).
I try my best to keep an open mind when I hear of a book-to-film or book-to-tv-series adaptation. Let’s face it bookworms: movies or TV shows will never come close to making us feel the way the books did–no matter how beautiful or how talented the actors and actresses are, they can never truly do justice to the characters we fell in love with. No matter how much the creators spend on makeup and special effects Continue reading “My Thoughts On The "Shadowhunters" TV Series”