Tag: Agatha Christie

Twenty Agatha Christie Quotes on her 130th Birthday

On this day in 1890, one of the world's best selling authors was born, Agatha Christie. In honor of her, we've compiled twenty of her most enlightening, comical, and mind-bending quotes.

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Seven Books Set in France to Read on Bastille Day

If you would rather celebrate Bastille Day in bed with a book, here are seven books set in France to get you in the spirit!

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8 Book Adaptations to Look Forward to in 2020

2020 is coming in just a couple of weeks, and what better way to prepare for the new year than to read some books. Especially the books that are coming to the screen next year. So be sure to add these books to your TBR pile for 2020, or squeeze one or two in before the year is over.

 

  1. The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

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This novel is the second book in the Dr. Dolittle series, and it follows Dr. Dolittle as he goes on a journey with his animal friends to find a cure for Queen Victoria’s illness. The movie is set for a theatrical  release on January 17, 2020. The film will star, Emma Thompson, Robert Downy Jr., and Octavia Spencer.

 

 

2. P.S I Still Love You 

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This film is the sequel to the film, To All the Boys I’ve Loved BeforeAgain, we follow Laura Jean as she decides  between two boys. Former boyfriend, Peter Kavinsky and a childhood friend, John Ambrose McClearan. The same cast from the first film will be reprising their roles. Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are back as Laura Jean and Peter Kavinsky. It is set to release on Netflix on February 12, 2020.

 

3. Call of the Wild

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This novel follows a sled dog named Buck, during the the Klondike gold rush in 1890. It will be an animated film, with Harrison Ford, Terry Notary, Dan Stevens, and Karen Gillian lending their voices to the characters. It is set for a theatrical release on February 21, 2020.

 

 

4. Artemis Fowl 

 

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This adaptation will focus on the first two novels in the series. It will follow Artemis Fowl, a teenager descended from a long line of criminal masterminds, as he travels to Ho Chi Minh City to kidnap a fairy and find his disappeared father. The film will star Judi Dench, and Tamara Smart. It is set to release in theaters on May 29, 2020.

 

5. Dragon Rider

 

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The novel follows a human boy, Ben, and his silver dragon, Firedrake. They go on a search through the himalayas for the magical part of it called the Rim of Heaven, to find a safe place for Firedrake to live. The film is set to be released in Fall of 2020.

 

 

6. The Devil All the Time

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This novel is set in post WWII Ohio, and it follows three storylines: A disturbed war veteran, a false preacher, and a husband and wife serial killer team. It will star Hayley Bennett, Tom Holland, and Bill Skarsgård. It is set for release on Netflix next year.

 

7. Chaos Walking

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This is the first novel in the Chaos Walking series it follows Todd Hewitt. In the near future, Todd lives in a town called, Prentisson, where no one’s thoughts are private and all women in the colony world are dead. One day, Todd finds a spot of silence, and now that he’s found it, he has to run. Tom Holland (portraying Todd Hewitt) will be joined by Daisy Ridley, Mads Mikkelsen, and Nick Jonas. It is set for release sometime next year.

 

 

8. Death on the Nile

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On the Nile, an heiress, Linnet Ridgeway is murdered. Detective Hercule Poirot and his companion Colonel Race are among the passengers, and are quick to solve the case. Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Jodie Conner, and Letitia Wright are set to star. It is set for a theatrical release on October 9, 2020.

 

 


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