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  • These days, studios are increasingly looking to turn popular young adult books into movies. Do fans rush to theaters or stay at home and tightly clutch their books? Take a look at 25 examples. By Tracy Brown, Noelene Clark, Christy Khoshaba and Jevon Phillips/Los Angeles Times

    These days, studios are increasingly looking to turn popular young adult books into movies. Do fans rush to theaters or stay at home and tightly clutch their books? Take a look at 25 examples. By Tracy Brown, Noelene Clark, Christy Khoshaba and Jevon Phillips.

  • People are always fond of reading books and watch different types of movies. These activities provide quality lessons that could change people’s perspectives in life. Comparing books to movies is not an easy thing to do since you would be identifying which one would be the best bunch between the two. People can’t truly determine which of the two would be the best no matter how huge and conclusive your defenses are.

    These days, studios are increasingly looking to turn popular young adult books into movies. Do fans rush to theaters or stay at home and tightly clutch their books? Take a look at 25 examples. By Tracy Brown, Noelene Clark, Christy Khoshaba and Jevon Phillips/Los Angeles Times

  • There are several considerations as to why people should never compare books to movies. Knowing these considerations is very important because it gives people an advanced knowledge in determining that books and movies are both unique. These two schemes also play an important role in people’s life in its own unique way. Some of the reasons people need to consider in preventing them from comparing are the following:

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Perhaps I missed a “pallid shape of academic goose flesh” in the Brave New World movie because of time constraints. Most movies do their thing in 1.5–3 hours. A book is edited and crafted, but the writer is still working within an unlimited time canvas. This condensing of books into movies leads to deleted parts from the book or abbreviation of developments within the book.