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Now, it's time for me to move on to the subject of this post.
Today is the last day of Madeleine Sara's Novel Films Blogfest. This has been a fun blogfest, and I'm glad I joined in on the fun.
The question today is this: Have you read any novels where you have yet to see the films/TV adaptations?
I usually see films based on books I've enjoyed, so there aren't that many that fit into this category. Still, I thought of a couple to share with you.
The Handmaid's Tale by Maragret Atwood
I read this book in college when I was writing a paper about how science fiction deals with the issues surrounding human reproduction. I knew there was a film based on the book, but for one reason or another, I simply haven't seen it. This film is just one of those that I haven't gotten around to seeing.
The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton
I read the book, of course, because I love Michael Crichton's books. I've probably read most of them. As for the film, I'm not sure why I haven't seen it. I simply haven't. I guess it's just one of those things.
I'm sure there are others. There are so many movie and TV adaptations out there that I may simply not know that they exist. You know how it is. There are so many wonderful books and films to be consumed and so little time. How can anyone possibly be bored?