In the first part of our article we looked at books such as Nine Perfect Strangers, Made For Love, The Luminaries, Brave New World and I Know This Much Is True that are all primed for television adaptations in 2020.
It is already clear that 2020 is going to be a big year for book to film adaptations, but those who prefer staying at home and watching television won't be missing out. This year also sees a large number of books heading for the small screen.
Brad Carlson brings us another thrilling novel in The Gambit Series.
A fast-paced and brutal story made complete by depth of character and excellent twists.
The Gone World by Tom Sweterlitsch has been described as everything from Inception meets True Detective to Silence of the Lambs meets Interstellar, which is high praise indeed.
The start of a new year is always a great opportunity for new beginnings, which includes trying out some new books. A lot of our readers clearly made it their new year's resolution to read more books this year and judging by this list they are off to a good start.
In the first part of our article, we looked at books like The Story of Doctor Dolittle, Artemis Fowl, The Turn of the Screw, Death on the Nile and others that are in the process of hitting the big screen this year.
Whether things go like clockwork or the plan fails spectacularly due to unforeseen circumstances, readers have always enjoyed a good heist story. It is not a genre that is loved by the critics as much as detective stories, but this has never stopped readers.
Last year ended on a high note with plenty of great books to keep our readers entertained as they entered a new decade. The last month of 2019 offered plenty of great choices for all of the most popular genres.
A young priest is murdered in the Vatican, a researcher sneaks into the archives to see a heretical document, and there’s a suicide bomber at the Pieta. Is there a connection?