Book Tag Thursday: Book to Movie Wishlist

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Today’s Topic: Book to Movie Wishlist

Found On: Dreamland Book Blog

A simple tag, for this week’s Book Tag Thursday! I’ll be picking five books that I want to be adapted into movies (that aren’t already scheduled to made, as far as I know).


Saga by Brian K.Vaughn and Fiona Staples

This is an incredible series and I love the story line, characters, and amazing art. While I don’t know if this would do as well as an live-action movie, I think it would look great animated.

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Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson

I just finished this fantastic book (review coming soon!) and since I love historical fiction books and films I think this would make a great movie. A girl who has magical powers, the Gold Rush, and a treacherous journey are the perfect setting for a movie. Even though there is a fantasy aspect in the book, it’s small, so I think it would reach a greater audience.


Blonde Roots by Bernadine Evaristo

In Blonde Roots, Europeans have been enslaved by Africans and the world is a completely different place. I think if a movie adaptation was made it would be cool to either set in the era of the transatlantic trade or in the modern day setting (after effects).


Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevere

I love this series! It’s about a convent where the young women receive gifts from Death and obtain deadly skills; whether it’s learning about potions or being trained as ultra cool snipers. The heroines are fierce and they have fantastic fighting and weaponry skills! I can just imagine Ismae and the others on the big screen.


Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

This book has such a wide fan base and with the right casting it would great a great comedy. Fangirl has got romance, drama, great character development, and it’s a good story about growing up and finding yourself.

What books would you like to see adapted into films?

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