I’m All About that Book. About that Book. No Movies.

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* Now don’t get me wrong: I love films. I even love book to movie adaptations. However, I always say the book will be better than the movie (no matter how great the film was). Why? Because there will be more content in the novel, subtlities the film passed over and nothing beats your imagination. Nothing. Your imagination puts you in the thick of the story; it transports you into a world of the author’s creation and, also, your creation. There’s truly nothing more magical than that, even if, again, the film itself was beautiful.

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9 thoughts on “I’m All About that Book. About that Book. No Movies.

  1. klalexis67 says:

    Reblogged this on klalexis67 and commented:
    Omg me too every one is like stop reading and watch the movie. The book goes into more detail then the movie. That is really good except when your reading the duff and your young!😉

  2. writingbolt says:

    And, if you saw the movies first before hearing they were based upon books and seeking the latter out, you might be turned off by what you read. I see two factions going head-to-head in a post-apocalyptic world.

  3. LadyRaconteur88 says:

    Fallout 3 and Vegas are the installments I have played, and I have enjoyed both games. It’s two predecessors (Fallout’s 1 & 2) are also much beloved games. You should pick up a copy of Fallout 3. It got me into the series, the story and has inspired me to try my hand at fanfiction. Really great games for dirt cheap. Fallout 4 is supposed to be in the works too.

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