Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke & The Bookish. Each week they release a Top Ten Theme and invite everyone to join in and make their own Top Ten List.
So Summer officially started yesterday, and it’s rained ever since! But it does mean that it’s just over a month until I go to YALC wahooo! And also getting closer to some of the release dates for some of my most anticipated summer reads! Hopefully wherever you are the weather is nicer!
This week it’s all about the book we wish were movies/tv shows. We did this topic in September and you can see my list here and then check out my newer choices below…
The Winners Trilogy – I would love to see the world created by Marie Rutkoski on the big screen!
Never Never Trilogy – I really really love this story, it needs more recognition and would make a great film.
Kaleidoscope Hearts – It would make such a great romance film. It’s got the intense, emotional moments wrapped up in a sweet second chance romance
The Year We Fell Down – I remember reading this for the first time and it was such a unique concept for a YA romance, I would love to watch it as a film.
The Hades Hangmen Series – I miss Son’s of Anarchy, and Tillie’s Hangmen Trilogy gives us all the biker madness that we are desperately in need of with a unique love story beautiful entwined throughout.
The Addicted Series – I think this one would have to be a tv series. I want these characters on my screens every single week!
Stupid Girl – Another fun YA romance that would get our hearts fluttering and our mouths drooling! Casting of the beautiful boys would be very important for this one!
Sweet Series – It’s Tillie Cole, need I say any more?! This lady needs more recognition for her incredible work, and this story deserves to get onto the big screen. It would be perfect.
Eden Trilogy – The Walking Dead meets The Terminator, if they can get on screen then this trilogy definitely deserves it too!
Fading Trilogy – It’s intense, it’s emotional and I would definitely spend the majority of this film with tears running down my face, but it’s also full of those scenes that are so full of love that you will walk away inspired to live life. And that’s exactly what I want in a film!