Top 5 Wednesday: Books You Want to See as TV Shows

For anyone unfamiliar with Top 5 Wednesday, it’s a weekly meme that was created by Lainey from gingerreadslainey and is now moderated by Sam from Thoughts On Tomes. The group communicates through Goodreads.

September 14: Books You Want to See as TV Shows
With fall TV season starting up, this seems relevant.

You will see repeats from yesterday’s post but since I am coming back from a long ass reading slump, I will only post books that I have read and/or have heard about.

1. Six of Crows by Leight Bardugo

I so can see Netflix with this. Netflix always bangs it out with awesome shows. Proof: Orange is the New Black and Stranger Things. It would be awesome to see these characters comes alive. 

2. Passenger by Alexandra Bracken

Hallmark Movie. Yes, not exactly a TV show and it would be during cold weather like in November, with a sweater, drinking a hot tea, being all cozy up in a blanket. It would be awesome. Etta and Nicholas. Come on.

3. Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

Freeform. Too much drama. Too much at once. This book would be a good break from all that. Good lessons for teenagers and young adults, and believe it or not, for adults as well. We need a show where it just is. 

4. Cinder by Marissa Meyer

I am not sure what channel it will be in but I can go with Netflix as well. Think of all possibilities! Now, this is one book on this list that I have not read but I have heard rave reviews and based on the synopsis, I can easily see this as a TV show. 

5. The Moon Dwellers by David Estes

With the worlds that David has built, I honestly can see this with Starz and have them at it. They did awesome things with Spartacus and it would be nice to see what they can do with this book and the rest of the series. 


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