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My Top 7 Books I Wish Were Made Into Movies!

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This week's TTT is a freebie and that's perfect because lately, I've been thinking about books that would make good movies. 

We've all been there. Finishing an amazing book and not wanting it to be over. Or wanting a friend or family member to feel what you've just felt about a particular story but they aren't a reader. What's the solution? Get them to watch the movie, oh no wait...there is no movie to this incredible book!

Here are my top books I'd love to be made into movies:

1. The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
I read this one back in 2009 and it really took me by surprise. I wasn't expecting to love a book about a bleak world filled with zombies. Carrie's way with words are astounding! Amazingly I might just get my wish on this one, there's a imdb page for it was updated at recently as November 2016! Check it out HERE

2. Easy by Tammara Webber
Not your average NA college romance. I believe this one would be a big hit on the big screen!

3. Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
This is my first JLA book I read and immediately fell in love with alien romance! As long as JLA took an active role in the filming of this one I think it would take the world by storm! This one could also be made into an addictive TV series! 

4. Of Bees and Mist by Erick Setiawan
Such a dark execution of magic, spirits and spells. This one is about three generations of women and takes place in a mythical town. I actually found out about this book from logging into Goodreads one day and seeing Maggie Stiefvater's review for this one. 

5. Beyond the Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning
Because it's amazing & there aren't enough Paranormal Romance movies out there, enough said! 

6. The Gender Game by Bella Forrest
This was one amazing book and I think it'd wow everyone around the world on the big screen! 

7. Don't Get Caught by Kurt Dinan
This book is absolutely hilarious but also packs a series punch towards the end. Seeing all of the pranks played out on camera would be interesting!


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