TGIF at GReads! (12) & Weekly Recap

Friday, September 9, 2011

This Friday blog hop is run by Ginger at GReads! (who also created this beautiful button). Each week she posts a new question for us to ponder.

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This week's question is:

Books to Television: Which books would you love to see made in to a TV series? Or movie?


This may be cheating (since the rights for this one have already sold) but I would love to see Tempest by Julie Cross on the big screen. In fact, I think this one could work really well as a TV series, too. It read very cinematically, and the time travel thing always seems to play well on-screen.

I would also very, very much like to see the River of Time series made into a movie or TV show. Fingers crossed!

What books do you want to see on the big (or little) screen?


My weekly recap is inspired by the phenomenally talented, kind and generous Small Review. If you are not already following her, you are really missing out. Also, have I mentioned how much I love Cool Text? They're the folks that allow me to make these cool (and simple) text buttons - for FREE!

If you're a first time visitor, or just didn't get the chance to stop by this week, here's what you missed:

Reviews
FIRELIGHT by Sophie Jordan
3/5 stars
YA Paranormal Challenge
Shifter Challenge

FATEFUL by Claudia Gray
5/5 stars
YA Historical Challenge
Shifter Challenge

THE NAME OF THE STAR by Maureen Johnson
5/5 stars
YA Paranormal Challenge

Events
Waterfall Wednesdays
We discussed chapters 7-11 of Lisa T. Bergren's Waterfall.

Enjoy your weekend everybody!


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1 comment:

rockyriverteenlibrarian said...

I would love to see Michael Grant's Gone series turned into a TV show.

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