13 April 2012

Follow Friday (28)

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Q: What is one book that you would be nervous to see a movie adaption of because you think the movie could never live up to the book?

A: As much as I love seeing my favorite books come to life on the big screen, there are a few that I would rather be left alone.  I believe a movie could never capture the awesomeness that is the Unearthly series by Cynthia Hand or Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor.  These were some of my most favorite reads from last year and I would prefer them to continue to live on the page and in my imagination.  I would hate for a poorly made movie and unwise casting ruin some great books!

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barmybex said...

I have both of those books on y TBR pile, really need to get round to reading them!
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a fab weekend. :D

sch_94 said...

Love your blog! I’m a new follower - I followed you through GFC. Follow me back over at http:www.bethebooks.blogspot.com :)

Shelley Romano said...

Hi Crystal :)

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Daniela said...

I've yet to read any of those books, even though they're on my TBR list, but since I've heard of Daughter of Smoke & Bone was so awesome, I would also be hesitant to see a movie adaption.

New follower! Here's my FF.

Eileen said...

I LOVE the Unearthly series! I didn't choose that, but I can imagine how hard it would be to recreate the love between Clara and Tucker.

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Alexis @ Reflections of a Bookaholic said...

Oooh I haven't read any of these but I have them. But if they are that good, I've got to get them soon.

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