Being book lovers we never miss the latest novel to read. And if we like it we may reread it just like the movie buffs watch their favourite movie twice or thrice. But our happiness has no limits when our favourite book is adapted into a film because we get a chance matching our visualisation standards to that of the director. Coming to the point, here is a list of some great books that are being made into films soon.
Thank us later. Now you can scroll through the list to check for your favy novel.
Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer
For thriller-enthusiasts, this one is a perfect pick as the book has got every element of suspense and mystery in it. When a biologist loses her husband to an unknown killer, the wife embarks on a journey to the same place which sees her husband breathing his last.
Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan
This simple love story of a rich man details the hesitation of the female protagonist, the lady love, who seems to be not yet ready to adapt to her rich and wealthy boyfriend's world after she moves into his big home for a wedding.
The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken
When the so-called corrupt government tries to suppress and intern young citizens who are possessing odd abilities, Ruby, 16, one amongst the target group goes against it. How a young girl fights against the evil-minded is what forms the story.
Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple
15-year-old Bee digs out old emails, correspondence and other documents related to her mom, Bernadette, disappears out of the blue to breakthrough the mystery. Did she succeed in her mission? Look for the story in the novel.
Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
Simon, 16, an introvert, a gay! When an email from him lands in the wrong hands, he is certainly at a risk of hogging the spotlight onto his secret. Simon gets blackmailed and eventually emerges out of his comfort zone. Look for what Simon does to uphold his group of friends especially, Blue, his confidante.
These are the books to be adapted into films soon. If you haven't read these books yet, do it now before they get released in theatres.