Books to Read before they become Movies

9 Books to read before you go to see the Movies on               
I did a similar post exactly last year (if you missed click here), but thankully there're going to be lots of book based on movie in this 2015 so let's just get into it!
Novel Of The Week: Insurgent by Veronica Roth on 
Insurgent (release date: March 2015).
Directed by  Robert Schwentke. With Shailene WoodleyAnsel ElgortTheo James, Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts.

I'm quite sure that most of you not only already read the second novel of the "Divergent Saga", but also read the third and final chapter, Allegiant...I didn't,  but that movie will be out in 2016 so I still have time!
Read my book review HERE

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The Longest Ride (release date: April 2015).
Directed by George Tillman Jr. With Britt RobertsonScott EastwoodJack Huston e Oona Chaplin.

10th movie adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' same named novel, it's about the different couple in different situations: Ira is a widower, who loved very much his late wife Ruth. Sophie and Luke are a young in love couple, so how could their destinies be crossed?
Pan (release date: July 2015)
Directed by Joe Wright. With Levi Miller, Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, Rooney Mara and Amanda Seyfried.

We all saw the Disney's adaptation of James Matthew Barrie's novel, most of you probabily saw also the 2003 real life acted movie...Here I wanted to suggest to see also the movie "Neverland" on how the author came up with the book's idea AND you really should read "Captain Hook's real story" by Pierdomenico Baccalario, on how the famous captain become who he is now. 
Unfortunaltely, this last novel is only in Italian...

The Scorch Trials (release date: September 2015)
Directed by Wes Ball. With  Dylan O'BrienKaya ScodelarioThomas Brodie-Sangster and Ki Hong Lee.

I don't know if the date on is 100% sure, if so we'll be having the second chapter of the Maze Runner trilogy out in September! Can't wait!
After been rescued, the Gladers think they're safe...that couldn't be more wrong!

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (release date: 2016)
Directed by Tim Burton. With Eva Green, Samuel L. Jackson and Asa Butterfield

Based on the same named novel by Ransom Riggs, the story is about Jacob's journey in Poland, in the house where his grandfather found asylum during World War II (he's jew). What will Jacob find? Only remembers and old pictures or the proof that his grandfather and the other children have some kind of extraordinary powers, like grandps used to say?


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