Books I've seen on stage/film and probably won't read Read more on Riffle
Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
I suffered through Twilight and New Moon; but now, if I feel that masochistic urge, I can suffer through the movies for the last two books, and in less time. ;)
1 / 10
Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
Saw the movie. Have no real desire to listen to Scarlet's whining in written form. One of many classics I will live without.
2 / 10
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
I couldn't even make it through the whole movie.
3 / 10
Flowers In The Attic by V.C. Andrews
The 80's and Lifetime movies were creepy enough. No more, please.
4 / 10
Old Yeller (Perennial Classics) by Fred Gipson
Because there's a reason killing a dog onscreen is more taboo in Hollywood than killing a person.
5 / 10
Catching Fire |Hunger Games|2 by Suzanne Collins
Just wasn't interested. If I haven't picked it up by now, I'm probably not going to finish the series.
6 / 10
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Snarky teenagers falling in love and dying of cancer? Nope, not especially interested. :)
7 / 10
The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon) by Dan Brown
Just on the off chance that the MC sports the same hair Tom Hanks did in the film.
8 / 10
Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West (Wicked Years) by Gregory Maguire
Probably not happening, but the musical was fun. :)
9 / 10
Oliver Twist (Dover Thrift Editions) by Charles Dickens
I was in my high school production. That's enough Oliver for one lifetime (or at least half of it).
10 / 10