Books I want to read before I watch the film

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There are many adaptations coming out recently, and I’m the kind of reader that likes to read the book before I watch the film otherwise it spoils the book for me. The film shows me roughly what happens in the book so I lose interest in that book since I already sort of know the ending.

So, here is a list of books that I want to read before I watch the film:


This film came out last year and I still haven’t watched it. Ever since it was released that this book was going to be adapted into a film I wanted to read the book first. I have no reason for putting off reading this book, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet, but I’m determined this year to do it.


I’ve heard mixed reviews about this book. Though I have heard good reviews of the film, and that made me want to read the book more.

I read online that there was some controversy around this book because the author’s sexuality. Becky Albertelli is an heterosexual person, as her intro says she’s married to a man, but she wrote and published a book with a main character who is gay. People online thought that it wasn’t right for her to have written this book while she doesn’t identify as gay like the character did, while other thought it was fine. I’m one of the ones that thinks that it’s absolutely fine for her to have done so, and this controversy made me want to support her as an author by reading her book. Also the trailer for this book was really nice and I like the actor who plays Simon, Nick Robinson, who I used to watch all the time in the TV show Melissa & Joey.


This is my best friend’s favorite book, and she recommended this book to me last year, I think, but I didn’t get around to reading it yet. I planned to read it before it was released so I could watch it in cinemas, but I didn’t manage it.


I bought this book because I think I liked the cover, but never read it. It was recommend various times by my best friends, but I still put it off. The trailer for this book came out recently and I’m determined to read it before it comes outs in cinemas. I haven’t even watched the trailer so I’m spoiled in any way.


I watched the trailer for the film adaptation of this book and it looked so amazing, so the book should be too, right? All I know about this book is from what I saw from the trailer. I went to my local library, and apparently this book is high in demand. I’m number 13 on the list.


I found out about this book when I was on YouTube and found a interview with the two main actors. They were so charming together, and they made the film sound so interesting that I went and researched it a little bit, and found out that it was a book adaptation. Since then I been eyeing the book in the bookstore and online. Picked it up a few times to buy it but I always put it back . I’m determined to read this book by the end of the year, and then watch the film.

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