5 Books You Want to See as TV Shows

Hey guys!! (my WordPress is working again – yay! I know I promised I’d still be writing all my posts while I was away but, well, school had other ideas).

Anyways, back to T5W (which is *gasp* actually being posted on Wednesday!!)

Honestly, this is hard. I don’t really want many books turned into TV shows, cause we all know how adaptations can go. *cough* Percy Jackson *cough*
House of Night series by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast
I’ve actually only read the first three books in this exceedingly long series, but I’m hoping to get to more of them in the future. I actually quite enjoyed this series, but I wouldn’t be too concerned if a director decided to change a few things.

Nightshade trilogy by Andrea Cremer
Honestly, I’m not sure why this is on the list. I really like these books. And if a director changed anything, I would rip their hearts out. (Not really, but I’d be thoroughly annoyed).

Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld
I really like this series, and I really want an adaptation of it, whether it be movie or TV show. (I still want to stab a few pages in Specials though).

Slated series by Teri Terry
I love this series. And I can’t be bothered rereading it. Someone make it a TV show, and I’ll just watch that instead.

The Cinderella Moment by Jennifer Kloester
This is like a chick novel. (get it? chick flick? Sorry, that was really bad. Anyways, moving on…) everyone needs a nice contemporary novel-turned-movie at some point in their life.

So there you have it. None of my favourites are on this list because I couldn’t stand for someone to turn it into a TV show and screw it up. That would end badly for them. XD

What novels do you want turned into TV shows? Are some of your favourites in that list, or are you like me, too scared of someone incorrectly portraying them? Let me know in the comments!

Byeeeeee ❤

 

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