Awesome books like Divergent, The Giver, Gone Girl, and The Fault in Our Stars have already been made into really great movies. There are still so many more page-turners that deserve film adaptations, which is why we came up with a list of our own!
Hush Hush, Becca Fitzpatrick
This is a fantasy novel about an average, sixteen year old girl named Nora Grey. Living with her mother in the outskirts of Coldwater, Maine, Nora's ordinary life becomes action-packed when she meets a mysterious boy named Patch Cipriano. With its mix of romance, action, and fantasy, Hush Hush will definitely be an awesome movie to watch with your barkada!CONTINUE READING BELOWFeatured VideoADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Fangirl, Rainbow Rowell
This relatable book is about the coming of age of twin fangirls, Cath and Wren. As Wren grew out of the Simon Snow fandom and as they enter college, Cath has to find a way to make it on her own. It will be interesting to see how this will be turned into a movie.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Shiver, Maggie Stiefvater
Told from the perspectives of Grace Brisbane and Sam Roth, Shiver is the first book of the trilogy the Wolves of Mercy Falls about a fearless girl and a boy living two lives: as a human and as a wolf. As they fall in love, Sam has to resist turning back into a wolf. This was definitely made to be seen on the big screen!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Ransom Riggs
This beautiful novel is coupled with eerie B&W photographs. Jacob, who makes his way to Wales because of his late grandfather's command, finds himself in a dangerous and mysterious situation when he discovers Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
Legend, Marie Lu
June, the prodigy born in a wealthy district of the Republic, and Day, the criminal from the slums, come across each other when June's brother is murdered and June is tasked to find Day, the suspected murderer. Some surprising plot twists, untold secrets, and unexpected turn of events are to be expected in this novel. Told alternately by June and Day, Legend as a movie would be undoubtedly exhilarating to watch!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The Mysterious Benedict Society, Trenton Lee Stewart
A story of four gifted orphans, Reynie, Kate, Sticky, and Constance, The Mysterious Benedict Society is the first book of an unconventional trilogy that will leave you intrigued and wanting more. See how they solve mystifying puzzles, battle through dozens of trials, and save the world! Now wouldn't that make a good movie?ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The First Phone Call from Heaven, Mitch Albom
ALL of Mitch Albom's books should be made into movies, don't you think? The First Phone Call from Heaven, his latest work, is a handsome novel about a miracle, faith, and redemption. People were getting quick phone calls from their loved ones in Heaven and that is a definite tearjerker in any flick.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstein
Like a dream or a dark fairy tale, The Night Circus is a competition driven novel with a twist of romance set in a circus called Le Cirque des Reves (the Circus of Dreams) in London. Celia and Marco, both magicians, compete in a game where only one can win. Little did they know that they’d fall completely in love with each other. With the right special effects, this masterpiece would be a stunning film.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Witch & Wizard, James Patterson and Gabriella Charbonnet
Witch & Wizard is a dystopian novel of Whisty and Whit Allgood, siblings who are imprisoned, accused of being a witch and a wizard, and sentenced to death. With their magical powers, Whisty and Whit plan their mission to end the horrible regime.
Thirteen Reasons Why, Jay Asher
Recorded on 13 cassette tapes, Hannah Baker gives thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Clay Jensen finds out why he made the list and discovers pain and truth that changes his life. This would make a suspense-filled movie, for sure!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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