Today's book related post is a book tag entitled "Book to Movie Wishlist". I found this book tag over at Dreamland Book Blog. The rules are simple enough: Name 5 books you hope are turned into movies.
1. The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins
I recently reviewed this epic fantasy (here). This is one of my all time favorite series. It follows Gregor, a young boy from New York City, who falls into a vent in his apartment's laundry room and ends up in a world full of humans, giant cochroaches, rats, and other creatures. This world, the underland, is in a war and it is prophesied that Gregor will have a major part in this war. This series has a 5/5 star rating from me!
2. Graceling by Kristen Cashore
Graceling is a fantasy novel about Katsa. Katsa is a graceling, a person who has an unusual talent. As the king's niece, Katsa is used to kill the enemies of her uncle. Graceling follows Katsa's journey where she finds out the secrets of her grace and how to control it.
3. The Choosing by Rachelle Dekker
I previously reviewed this book here. The Choosing is a Christian dystopian novel that follows Carrington who is about to go through the biggest ceremony of her life. The choosing ceremony is the day where young girls become wives. What I love about this book is the overall message. Our worth does not come from who we are married to or who we are; Our worth comes from a Father who truly loves us. The Choosing is full of action and adventure and is a perfect choice for any dystopian lover.
As another plus, the second book in this series, The Calling, comes out on March 8, 2016!
4. Pivot Point by Kasie West
Pivot Point is about a girl who can see the consequences of every choice that she will make. She sees how her future will be after every choice she makes. This book is absolutely AMAZING and would be the perfect movie.
5. Appaloosa Summer by Tudor Robins
My original review of this book can be found here. Appaloosa Summer is a contemporary YA novel about a 16-year old whose show horse dies in the middle of a show. She decides to spend her summer on an island working at a bed and breakfast in order to escape the grief of losing her beloved horse. This book left me in tears and I would love to see it on the big screen!