Good book series and Good movie (my husband liked the movie even without reading the book)
I thought the first 2 out of 3 books were good in this series. I think the movie was good but only if you had read all the books as there were parts in it that seemed unnecessary if you didn't know what was coming.
I liked the books better than the movies because I could picture the characters differently. As a vampire girl (going back to Anne Rice books in junior high), I thought the whole series was entertaining.
I have read almost all of these. I think Janet Evonovich writes very entertaining books that are great Saturday afternoon reads.
I fell asleep during this movie but my husband liked it. I really liked the book. If all history books were written this way I think I would have enjoyed that subject more. Killing Kennedy is also good and I am halfway through Killing Jesus.
Had to include this since I read the books way before the movies were out. I love that there are kids in elementary school who are now reading them (or parents reading to them)
This is a book I read and did not love as much as everyone. I have skipped the movie completely but heard good things about it.
All I can say is "tears and more tears"
This was a book that I made myself read before I saw the movie. I liked the movie way better than the book but I have talked to many where the reverse was true
The book was great. The movie had Matthew McConaughey - need I say more. Rumor has that there may be a sequel
This was a movie that I couldn't believe was made. I couldn't even finish the book, but obviously others disagreed.
Book was excellent - haven't seen the movie yet
Here are a few books I have read and heard they were coming to movie which I am so excited about:
These are books that haven't made it to movies but think they would be great:
- Lost in Shangri-La by Mitchell Zuckoff
- 11/22/63 by Stephen King
- Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
- Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls