Book to Movie Wishlist

Hello bloggers!

So, I realized today that I’m actually out of characters to do the CC posts… *facepalm* Well, that’s not entirely true. There are more characters, but they’re in the second and third books, and I didn’t know if doing posts about them would be confusing or whatever… *shrugs*

So while that’s TBD, I thought I’d give you a short post of my book-to-movie adaptations wishlist. And just FYI:


So, that being said, let’s get it on!


The Grimm Legacy


It’s not a very well-known book, but I would still love to see it on the big screen. The idea is that there’s a special library that lends things instead of books. But they’re not just any things. They’re magic things



I just recently started reading this series and I’ve loved everything I’ve read so far. I have a feeling it would have a Narnia/Lord of the Rings feel if it was a movie. Also, there would be some scaryย CGI monsters…

The Candy Shop War


This would be such an interesting movie. So much is happening and things really get crazy toward the end. Plus the magic/candy aspect of it would be fun, visually. The characters are all really fun and intriguing too. It would be a twisty, turny, mysterious kind of movie…




This would basically be the best movie ever. Period.ย  It’s got everything. Mystery, intrigue, monsters, action, romance…

The Goose Girl and/or Princess Academy


Shannon Hale really has a way with mixing vivid imagery with action, so I thinkย they would be really appealing, visual-wise. Plus the characters are amazingly written. All the action sequences would be really cool too, with the elemental control and such.




Okay, you knew this one was coming… But seriously!! This needs to be a thing!! It would be EPIC.


Well, hopefully that was vaguely entertaining… ๐Ÿ™‚ Let me know what books you would like to see become epic 17-hour spectacles! ๐Ÿ˜›





19 thoughts on “Book to Movie Wishlist

  1. Hmmm. Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede… might not even have to be 17 hours… unless they did the entire series ๐Ÿ™‚

    Tales of Goldstone Wood, definitely!

    The Raven King trilogy by Stephen R. Lawhead

    Anything by Timothy Zahn (I was so hoping that the new Star Wars movies would be based on his books… alas… DISAPPOINTED!)

    Of course… my own books… that would be the most awesome thing, ever!

    Fun idea for a post! I love it!

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  2. Cinder!!! Yes!
    I added Illusionarium and Heartless to my tbr list. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Hmm, I’d also like to see Wolf by Wolf, and The Wheel of Time.
    And like Jenelle said, I would love to see my books on the big screen! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  3. Two Louis Lโ€™Amour books come instantly to mind. The Last of The Breed, and The Walking Drum. Didnโ€™t find the walking drum till a few years ago, but have read it three times since.

    Itโ€™s a shame what they did to the Shannara series from Terry Brooks. Still watched it.

    Epic elven books would be Dennis McKiernan.(or rather Warrow books)

    They didnโ€™t jack up Eragon too bad, a continuation of that would be welcome.

    Definitely Kristin Britainโ€™s Green Rider.

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    • Oooh, I’ve never heard of some of these books, I’ll have to check them out! They sound awesome!

      Oh, I heard the Shannara series was a TV show. Too bad it didn’t live up to the books. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ I haven’t watched or read the Eragon books or movie! I’ll have to take a peek at those!

      Thanks for stopping by! ^_^


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