Random Post | Books I Love That Became Movies

Today, I wanted to share a few books I love that were made into movies.

The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

I know it’s very cliche to love The Notebook, but I do!  I’m a huge fan of the Nicholas Sparks books and anytime he announces another movie adaptation I start to freak out!  Obviously, The Notebook is the most popular one, but I love every single one of them.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

I really loved reading this series and was so excited when the movies started coming out.  Part 1 of the Mocking Jay will be out this year! Yay!  I can’t wait to see it.  I just hope that the movie doesn’t portray Katniss as needy as she was in the third book. That’s the only thing I didn’t like about the last book.

As a side note, when my fiancé gave me the books for Christmas..or my birthday, not sure which…I read all three in a week.  I think he missed me that week.

The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Myers

I will admit that I never finished the last book (I seriously need to do that), but I read all the others.  I loved the series and I thought the movies were just ok.  I just didn’t like Kristen Stewart playing Bella.  She kind of ruined it for me, but that’s just my opinion.

What books do you love that were adapted into movies?

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3 thoughts on “Random Post | Books I Love That Became Movies

  1. wendybarronwrites September 25, 2014 at 3:03 pm Reply

    I loved the Hunger Games books, too. I’ve only seen the first movie, and it was pretty good, but I liked the books better. I’m trying to think if there’s a movie I’ve seen that I thought was better than the book it was based on. Nope, can’t think of any. The A&E/BBC miniseries of Pride and Prejudice (1995) was pretty darn close to the book, and pretty close to my vision of the story, so that’s a big win for me.


  2. hicamie September 25, 2014 at 3:03 pm Reply

    My favorite would have to be Pride and Prejudice.


    • Danielle Miller September 28, 2014 at 7:03 pm Reply

      I love Pride and Prejudice the movie, but I haven’t read the book yet.


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