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Some of the finest films and televised adjustments have been motivated by actually terrific books. As avid readers, we here at Writers Relief have our own preferred books that we hope will one day be made into motion pictures. Get some popcorn and prepare to find your next To-Be-Read book from our list of movie hopefuls!

Books That Need To Be Made Into Movies Right Now

Stay with Me Ayobami Adebayo.

The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson.

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Sandersons impressive novel is the very first book in the Stormlight Archive series. With its broad scope and interesting storyline, this has the prospective to be the next Game of Thrones

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Set in Nigeria, this book informs the story of a young couple called Yejide and Akin whose battle to get pregnant has devastating consequences

The Custom of the Country by Edith Wharton.

Oranges fantastic novel is a panoramic representation of Urban Native American life in which twelve characters are bound by a fateful powwow. Relatively slim, it is enthusiastic in scope and abundant in character

Lewis traditional The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe has delighted in several adjustments. The Magicians Nephew explores what occurred in Narnia before that book, and has yet to be adjusted to film

Dancer from the Dance by Andrew Holleran.

There There by Tommy Orange.

Edith Whartons novels The House of Mirth and The Age of Innocence have been adjusted to film. However this cynical tale of insatiable social climber Undine Spragg has actually never ever been made into a film. A TV film adaptation by Sofia Coppola was revealed in May of 2020

Patchetts poignant novel of memory and family was a finalist for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. Patchetts Commonwealth is another book we like that likewise has yet to be adapted to film.

Gyasis book of the injury of capture and enslavement through the generations covers continents and centuries. While its scope might be challenging to capture in a movie adaptation, its structure uses strong miniseries potential.

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Frequently referred to as “Star Wars satisfies Game of Thrones,” this bestselling series tells the story of a girl named Hazel and her moms and dads, members of a long-warring extraterrestrial race who run away from the authorities while attempting to raise their daughter.

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The Dutch House by Ann Patchett.

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Sherrilyn Kenyons stunning series made her the title “ruling queen of the hugely effective paranormal scene” by Publishers Weekly. The series follows a group of hunters who safeguard the mankind from Daimons who take human blood and souls in order to survive

This classic book from 1978 about the club and cruising scene of 1970s New York has actually typically been referred to as “the gay Gatsby.” A film adaptation directed by Alan Poul was revealed in 2015, but it hasnt been made

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Legend series by Brian K. Vaughan (author) & & Fiona Staples (illustrator).

A Personal Matter by Kenzaburo Oë.

Oës intricate but short novel tells the story of an intellectual called Bird whose world is turned upside down when his better half gives birth to a brain-damaged child, and the impact this will have on his life

The Magicians Nephew by C.S. Lewis.

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The Dark-Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

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Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson.

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi.

Wilsons sci-fi thriller– in which the worlds international network of makers almost annihilates humankind– was slated to be adapted into a movie, but up until now the job hasnt progressed

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Concern: Which book would you like to see developed into a movie or miniseries?

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Some of the finest motion pictures and televised adjustments have been inspired by truly excellent books. As devoted readers, we here at Writers Relief have our own favorite books that we hope will one day be made into films. Get some popcorn and get prepared to find your next To-Be-Read book from our list of movie hopefuls!

Edith Whartons books The House of Mirth and The Age of Innocence have been adjusted to movie. A TELEVISION film adaptation by Sofia Coppola was revealed in May of 2020

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