Upcoming Book To Movie Adaptations in 2016 | Part II.

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Want to read the book before you see the film? I’ve got you covered! Which ones are you most excited for?

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The Girl with All the Gifts

A Monster Calls

The Girl on the Train

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

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Vanya Boon says:

Please please please go read The Girl with all the Gifts. It's SO GOOD.

FeedYourHappy says:

I really enjoyed The Girl on The Train…I hope the movie does a good job of capturing the mystery of everything. 🙂

Agnetė Butkevičiūtė says:

Miss Peregrine's is out Sept 30!

Basically Britt says:

Really can't wait for Miss Peregrine's Home! I enjoyed the book so much and the trailer looks pretty cool so I hope it will be a great adaptation!

Sesshomaru magic says:

I already cried watching the trailer for A Monster Calls so I'll definitely be bringing a tissue box with me to the theatres when the film is released.

audrey groves says:

I saw the trailer for Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar children and they kind of mixed all the children's peculiarities and roles in the stories. The book set a very high standard so it probably will be very hard to watch without mentally criticizing, Laugh out loud!

Margo van Hilvoorde says:

Usually I'm not a big fan of zombies in books (or films for that matter) but the girl with all the gifts was really amazing. I can definetely recommend it

Eric Delic says:

You forgot about "The light between oceans". It' s such an amazing book and I'm sure that the movie will be incredible.

rhernandez720 says:

I'm super excited to see Nerve but need to get on reading it first (but I have Olympic fever so I'm not sure when I'll get to it)

Jacki B. says:

a monster called looks so interesting. also I'm 100% planning to see fbawtft!!!!!! by the way, your makeup is flawless

Echoland says:

I really want to read A Monster Calls now o.O

EmmyZz80 says:

OMG I read most of the book you are showing and all of them are great 🙂

Boekvinder says:

The Girl with all the Gifts <3 I can't wait to see this movie!!

amyinmyheart says:

I absolutely loved "The girl with all the gifts". Picked it up one day because the cover inteigued me and for me it was a gripping and engaging read! I'd highly recommend it 🙂

Rachel TheRustyGate says:

A Monster Calls will hopefully make a beatifully harrowing movie, so keen!And Tim Burton is directing(?) Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children, so I think it's in pretty good hands

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