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5 Novels you must Read Before Watching the Movie

Grecia Hernandez

Are you a book worm? Do you enjoy novels turned into films?

Even better, like complaining on how movies  are badly depict on screen while a book does wonderfully?

If so, you must ready these 5 novels before watching the film:

The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks

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Two couples who have little in common; the first one on their nineties, the second one composed of young college students, come together unexpectedly to learn a valuable love lesson. Handsome Scott Eastwood from Fury will take the leading role paired up with Miss Britt Robertson. This is not exactly a teen movie, so ask your mom before watching it to avoid getting in trouble.

Paper Towns by John Green

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If you enjoyed crying to The Fault in our Stars then this book was made for you! A story about childhood friends united by a tragic mystery looking for answers; tears, shivers and the introduction of super model Cara Delevingne as an actress!

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

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Calling all The Hunger Game fans who eagerly await the release of the last part of the acclaimed saga! To be released in November of this year, no need to wait though, you can take a look of what’s going to happen to Katniss by reading the novel.

Into the Forest by Jean Hegland

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Girl power team of beauties: Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood start on this drama/sci-fi flick on an apocalyptic era ready to fight starvation, intruders, loneliness and misinformation. OMG we’re already scared!

Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern

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To be released just before Valentine’s Day, this romantic chick flick tells the story about best friends Alex and Rosie who although seemingly perfect for each other they end up navigating apart only to be reunited once again, although timing is not exactly perfect.

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