May 1, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday (13)

This week's topic is:
Top Ten Books You'd Like to See Made Into a Movie

1. White Cat - Holly Black
 I just finished re-reading this series (and reading Black Heart for the first time) and I just can't get over it.  I love this very messed up world, I love Cassel, I love ALL OF IT and I would love to see it as a movie.

2. Embrace - Jessica Shirvington
Hot, hot angels.

3. Tempest - Julie Cross
I just think the writing of this book would lend itself so well to being a movie.  I saw the action scenes in my head as I was reading it.

4. Secret Society Girl - Diana Peterfreund
Hey, it worked for The Skulls, and this has the added bonus of girl power.  Also, I'm just 
gonna keep bringing this one up until I get someone to read it.

5. Amy & Roger's Epic Detour -  Morgan Matson
Road trip movie!  Let's all go!

6. Audrey, Wait - Robin Benway
you crucified my heart, took every part, and hung them out to dry/
'it's all good,' you always say/ but save it for another day/
cause now I'm watching you walk away/
Audrey, wait!

7. Shut Out - Kody Keplinger
High school me totally would've wanted to see this movie.  However, high school me probably wouldn't have been allowed to see it.  I would've told my mom I was going to see something else, though, so I could've gone.

8. Airhead - Meg Cabot
Meg Cabot!  Evil corporations!  Brain transplants!  Supermodels!  What more can you want?

9. The Sweetness of Salt - Cecelia Galante
I think this story would play out so well as a movie.  I can already see montages of the girls redoing the bakery in my head.

10. Entwined - Heather Dixon
Giant dresses and otherworldly dance parties every night.


  1. I almost added Amy & Roger to my list! I think that The Curse Workers series would make an excellent TV show. You know, Sopranos with magic. Who wouldn't love that??

    1. It would make a great tv show! I would really watching anything based on it, I just love it so much.

  2. If I can find Secret Society Girl somewhere, I am soooo reading it!
    Great list :)

    1. YES! Do it! I have to reinstate my tradition of reading it every summer. It's definitely a fun read.