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Your Favorite Books Are Being Adapted for The Screen this 2024!

Your Favorite Books Are Being Adapted for The Screen this 2024!

The Expatriates by Janice Y. K. Lee

The Expatriates explores the lives of three American women in Hong Kong and their struggles with marriage, motherhood, and connection in a foreign land. With remarkable insight, Lee captures the complex inner workings of these three women.

Capote’s Women by Laurence Leamer

Laurence Leamer delves into Truman Capote’s betrayal of his elite New York socialite friends. Exploring Capote’s attempt to immortalize their lives in his novel Answered Prayers, Leamer vividly recreates the glamorous yet doomed world of these women.

The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand

In Elin Hilderbrand’s The Perfect Couple, the Nantucket wedding season takes a dark turn when a body is found in the harbor just before a lavish ceremony. Chief Ed Kapenash must weed through all the wedding guests, including the bride, groom, and their families, revealing that every wedding holds secrets.

Force of Nature by Jane Harper

Five colleagues embark on a corporate retreat that turns deadly when only four return. Federal Police Agent Aaron Falk investigates, uncovering a web of secrets, suspicion, and betrayal amidst the rugged wilderness. Was murder the ultimate outcome?

Mickey7 by Edward Ashton

Mickey7 is Expendable: a disposable employee. He’s out on a mission to colonize Niflheim, but he faces a crisis when he goes missing and returns to find a new clone, Mickey8. As tensions rise and dangers escalate, Mickey7 must navigate this treacherous terrain to ensure survival for all.

Arthur: The Dog who Crossed the Jungle to Find a Home by Mikael Lindnord

Mikael Lindnord recounts the extraordinary journey of his Swedish adventure racing team and the unexpected companion they met along the way—a stray dog named Arthur. Together, they endure grueling challenges, forging a remarkable bond that tugs at your heartstrings.

We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter

In We Were the Lucky Ones, the Kurc family faces the impending darkness of WWII in Poland. Separated by the war, each member fights for survival, navigating exile, escape, and the harsh realities of life under Nazi occupation—each of them driven by the hope of a return to their family.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

The Tattooist of Auschwitz tells the harrowing true story of Lale Sokolov, a Slovakian Jew imprisoned at Auschwitz-Birkenau. As a Tätowierer, he witnesses unspeakable horrors and horrific atrocities. Then, he meets Gita as she stands in line, waiting to be marked. Amidst the darkness, they find hope and love, but is it enough to survive?

The Amateur by Robert Littell

The Amateur follows Charlie Heller, a CIA cryptographer whose quiet life is shattered when terrorists murder his fiancée. Disillusioned by the Agency’s inaction, Heller embarks on a bloodthirsty search for justice, his amateur status making him dangerous and unpredictable in this gripping tale of revenge.

La Sociedad de la Nieve by Pablo Vierci

Fifty years after the Andean tragedy, survivors recount their harrowing tale of survival after a 1972 Uruguayan Air Force plane crash in the Andes. Facing frigid temperatures, lack of food, and the unforgiving landscape, they grapple with the ultimate choice of survival.

The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen

Winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, The Sympathizer follows a conflicted subversive and idealist working as a double agent in the aftermath of the Vietnam War. This gripping espionage novel delves into themes of identity, love, betrayal, and the complexities of post-war America.

Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty

A close-knit family unravels after the disappearance of matriarch Joy, leading to suspicion falling on their father, Stan. Once the picture-perfect family, the Delaney siblings now grapple with loyalty, doubt, and buried secrets, questioning everything they thought they knew about their parents and each other.

A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

It is 1922 and Count Alexander Rostov is deemed an unrepentant aristocrat by a Bolshevik tribunal. Sentenced to house arrest at the Metropol hotel, Rostov must now live through the most tumultuous decades in Russian history confined in an attic. Unexpectedly, his reduced circumstances provide him entry into a much larger world of emotional discovery.

The Big Door Prize by M. O. Walsh

In Deerfield, Louisiana, the DNAMIX machine offers residents the chance to discover their life’s potential through DNA analysis. As the townsfolk embrace newfound dreams, Douglas and Cherilyn Hubbard navigate the unexpected changes, exploring the delicate balance between individual aspirations and the bonds of community and marriage.

Masters of the Air: America’s Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany by Donald L. Miller

Masters of the Air delves into the intense experiences of American bomber crews during WWII, chronicling their harrowing missions over Germany. Through vivid storytelling, Donald L. Miller portrays the physical and psychological challenges they faced, offering a gripping account of aerial warfare and its profound impact on both sides.


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