First Poster for “Chaos Walking” Is Revealed

First Poster for “Chaos Walking” Is Revealed

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Chaos Walking is an upcoming film based off of Patrick’s Ness’s book, The Knife of Never Letting Go, which came out in 2008. This story introduces readers to Todd Hewitt, the only boy who exists in Prentisstown, which is a settlement on an alien planet. Due to a virus that wreaked havoc on humanity, all of the human women who lived on the planet were killed off, and the male survivors gained the ability to hear the thoughts of other people and animals. This constant source of sound is referred to as the “Noise.”     When Todd escapes one day from …

The Chaos of Chaos Walking

The Chaos of Chaos Walking

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Stay strong, Chaos Walking fans, one day our film will come – maybe. The Chaos Walking adaption has been a long time in the making. The first book in the series by Patrick Ness, The Knife of Never Letting Go, was published in 2008 by Walker Books. In 2011, Lionsgate acquired the rights to a film adaption of the entire trilogy. As a massive fan of the series I, like many others, was excited. The original story was well-written, fleshed out, exciting, all the ingredients of a stellar film version were there.   image via the scroll What’s more, news about …

8 Book Adaptations to Look Forward to in 2020

8 Book Adaptations to Look Forward to in 2020

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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.   The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle 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 …

It’s Space Day! Check Out These 5 Stellar YA Sci-Fi Reads

It’s Space Day! Check Out These 5 Stellar YA Sci-Fi Reads

Whether or not you believe we’ve actually set foot on the moon (honestly, my preferred conspiracy theories are of the death-faking variety), it’s easy to see that our desire to reach for the stars is so fundamentally human. This insatiable curiosity for the universe is perhaps the same need that drives us to create art, to tell stories. The least explored frontiers aren’t always further and further away—they can exist within the remotest places in our own bodies and hearts, things we’ve thought and felt but have never been able to express. There’s nothing quite like reading that one searing line in …