Top Ten Tuesday: Adaptations!

Well, it’s Tuesday and that means Top Ten Tuesday by The Broke & the Bookish. This week’s category is Top Ten Books I’d Love to See As Movies/TV Shows.  I had a hard time with this list.  I wasn’t really sure what I’d like to see on the big screen. Sometimes the movies are great, and sometimes are just sub par, so it’s sometimes hard to choose.

1. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Or anything else, really, by her. She’s funny and heartwarming, the perfect components to a teen movie.

2. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
That world! Wouldn’t you love to see it on screen? I can just imagine the swirl of colors and imagery that so integral to this book to be perfect on the big screen.

3. Any Sarah Dessen book
If a John Green book (two of them, actually) can be a movie, then Sarah Dessen should be, too!

4. A Great and Terrible Beauty – Libba Bray
This was my favorite book growing up. I would love to revisit it as a movie.

5. Where’d You Go, Bernadette– Maria Semple
A book this funny cannot be contained as just a book. Where’s the screenplay?

6. The Gallagher Girls Series – Ally Carter
How awesome would it be to have this be a TV show? Girls, spies, and boarding schools. Perfect.

7. Pivot Point – Kasie West
The back and forth of these two paths of life would be so intriguing to watch as a TV show, don’t you think?

8. Grave Mercy – Robin LeFevers
YES PLEASE. Women assassins. Trilogy of movies are needed, STAT!

9. Garden Spells – Sarah Addison Allen
Who doesn’t like a little bit of magic?

10. The Selection – Kiera Cass
It would be the perfect answer to people who don’t like regular reality TV dating shows. Like me. So, this fantastical series would be perfect! And can you imagine the costumes?!

Did you as hard a time as I did?  Do we share any common books? What was on your list? Let me know your thoughts! Happy Tuesday!

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