The Best Books to Movies in 2019. It’s movie time, and that’s something I love to do with friends. I’m sure you’ll agree, As an avid reader I always feel the book is better, but going to the movies is an entertaining way to revisit a good book.
The Best Books to Movies in 2019
I always pop my own popcorn at home and smuggle it into the theatre in a huge tote with a few bottles of water. This is my attempt at saving calories buy not eating the popcorn they offer which is loaded with empty calories. I try to omit the candy, but it’s part of the movie-going ritual so when I do indulge, I always share!
Several of the books on this year’s release list are some of my favorites and I can’t wait to see the characters come to life on screen. It’s been a while since I’ve read many of them, so I’ll make sure to re-read the jacket cover and if I have time to look over the discussion questions. I like to use these as talking points for the car ride home.
We have an excellent Book Club section that includes the book summary, book review, discussion questions, author websites and more. Reviewing some of these items will give you an in-depth look at what the author is trying to convey.
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What are the Best Books to Movies in 2019?
Well, here we go! Let’s hope all of our expectations are met with the casting of characters, settings and of course staying true to the books. I don’t like it when they change the ending.
Where’d You Go, Bernadette?
by Maria Semple
Here’s a sneak peek at the movie trailer for Where’d You Go, Bernadette? A book I adored for so many reasons. Click here for our review. Release date: 8/9
The Rosie Project
by Graeme Simsion
This is another one of our favorite books, it’s heartwarming and funny at the same time. A quirky Don Tillman comes up with the idea he needs a wife and devises a plan called “Project Wife”. Wait until you meet Rosie. Click here to read our review.
A Dog’s Way Home
by W. Bruce Cameron
A Dog’s Purpose by Cameron was excellent and I also enjoyed the movie, so I’m looking forward to reading and watching A Dog’s Way Home. This is available on DVD or you can rent it from amazon prime. Why not invite your Book Club over and watch it together?
by Roslund and Hellstrom
Thriller is not my usual genre, but I loved this book from the very first page. It had me on the edge of my seat and I can’t wait to see the movie. Click here to read our review. Release date 8/17
by Joyce Smith
After reading the reviews and seeing the movie trailer this is going on my TBR list. You can read the jacket cover here. Release date 4/17
by Donna Tartt
Donna Tart is one of my favorite authors and I absolutely loved this book as well as her other book The Secret History. You can read the jacket cover here. Release date 9/13
The Art of Racing in the Rain
by Garth Stein
Few books make me cry, but this one was a tear jerker. I recommended this book to so many people and everyone loved it. You can read our review here. Release date 9/27
The Woman in the Window
by A.J Finn
This psychological thriller will keep you turning the pages. It should make an excellent movie. You can read our review here. Release date 10/4
by Kristin Hannah
We gave this book a 5-star review and it was one of our favorite historical fiction reads. The setting is WWII France during the occupation. You can read our review here. Release date TBD
by Louisa May Alcott
One never tires of Little Women. It’s set to release 12/25 and it’s the perfect holiday movie to share with family and friends.
I hope you enjoy any and all movies you see! What are some of your favorite Books to Movies?
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