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If you could see one book turned into the perfect movie–one that would capture everything you love, the characters, the look, the feel, the story–what book would you choose?

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58 responses

  1. […] BTT question is: If you could see one book turned into the perfect movie–one that would capture […]

  2. Here’s mine! No surprise really. I’ve been wanting to see this on film for years.🙂 Hello everyone!

  3. What a fun exercise! Here’s what I chose:

    MY BTT2 POST

  4. My post’s up…

    http://comicreviewsbywalt.wordpress.com/2011/04/28/booking-through-thursday-coming-soon-to-a-theater-near-you/

    I’d love to see a movie made based on the true story of Dewey: the Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World. My post explains why.

  5. […] week BTT asked: If you could see one book turned into the perfect movie–one that would capture everything […]

  6. Great question! But really hard to find an answer. It seems like every book is being turned into a movie. Here’s my answer: http://tfrances.wordpress.com/2011/04/28/btt-coming-soon-to-a-theater-near-you/

  7. […] sure to check today’s Booking Through Thursday post for other answers to this […]

  8. Lovely question, yet AGAIN! Can’t wait to read the other answers!

    Thanks and here’s mine:

    http://smhasty.blogspot.com/2011/04/booking-through-thursday-coming-soon-to.html

  9. […] Booking Through Thursday asks: If you could see one book turned into the perfect movie–one that would capture everything you love, the characters, the look, the feel, the story–what book would you choose? […]

  10. Clive Barker’s Abarat series. It’s bound to be turned in to a movie, but since the book is already filled with paintings by Clive Barker, I don’t think the movie could ever come close to the book.

    http://www.thebookpirate.com/2011/04/28/booking-through-thursday-coming-soon-to-a-theater-near-you/

  11. Immodestly, my own.

  12. On the other hand, I love this book so much I don’t know if I could stand a poorly made film depicting it…

  13. Stop by and see mine

    http:// tributebooksmama.blogspot.com

  14. I’ve wanted to see this book as a movie for years, it’d been the next family blockbuster a la Pirates of the Caribbean (includes my picks for casting): http://secretshelflife.blogspot.com/2011/04/coming-soon-to-theater-near-you.html

  15. I loved this book so much I wonder if it could translate into film. What do you think?

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  17. […] Coming Soon to a Theater Near You April 28, 2011 Filed under: WordPress — –Deb @ 6:49 am […]

  18. Great question, I had to think about this one for a couple of hours before I could decide!

    http://easternsunset-reads.blogspot.com/2011/04/booking-through-thursday-1.html

  19. Frankly, I’m surprised this one hasn’t been asked before. There are a lot of movies I think would work great on the screen. Click on the link to find out what I finally decided on (YA): http://thestoryqueen.blogspot.com/2011/04/booking-through-thursday-6.html Thanks!

  20. […] week’s Booking Through Thursday prompt asks “If you could see one book turned into the perfect movie–one that would capture […]

  21. Great question. I like to think about my favorite books visually sometimes, don’t you?

    Huge alternate-historical romance-epic: The Lions of Al’Rassan.

  22. […] not the only one with books and movies on my mind.  Can’t believe I missed last week’s Booking Through Thursday. If you could see one book turned into the perfect movie–one that would capture everything you […]

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