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10 Fabulous Novels That Should Be Made To Movies

It's a writer's world. Every author dreams to turn out his novel to be big screen movie one day, but few of them live this dream. And another novelist whose books even get recognition with the most precious writing and literature awards still couldn't make it to movies. These are some of the national bestselling times novels that should turn out to be movies.

Do share with us names of other best-selling novels that you think could turn out to be a blockbuster.

10 Fabulous Novels That Should Be Made To Movies

10 Fabulous Novels That Should Be Made To Movies

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1. Joyland: Stephen King

1. Joyland: Stephen King

Joyland is a crime fiction, a secret novel where Devin Jones examines the mystery of Linda Gray's murder.

2. Looking For Alaska: John Green

2. Looking For Alaska: John Green

Looking For Alaska depicts a story about a teen Miles, who wildly wants adventures. John Green tweeted about the movie adaptation of this novel. It's going to be a big movie soon.

3. Bleeding Edge: Thomas Pynchon

3. Bleeding Edge: Thomas Pynchon

Bleeding Edge is a detective fiction. If you love to see fraud investigation scenario and action packed movies then this film adaptation can fulfill your wish.

4. The Women Upstairs: Claire Messud

4. The Women Upstairs: Claire Messud

This novel focuses on the jealousness, unworldly and offbeat scenario. Well, this can turn out to be a ghostly and mysterious film adaptation.

5. Gerald's Game: Stephen King

5. Gerald's Game: Stephen King

Gerald's Game plot is on the idea of a sex game that goes opposite. The exciting part in the novel is when the protagonist remains naked. Now, everyone would love to watch it turning out as a movie. Won't you?

6. The Corrections: Jonathan Franzen

6. The Corrections: Jonathan Franzen

The Corrections depicts the lives of multiple family members, their individual growth and misconceptions. This novel was featured to be covered by an HBO show, but unfortunately it didn't work out to be.

7. A Suitable Boy: Vikram Seth

7. A Suitable Boy: Vikram Seth

This novel plots the story about four families where a mother hunts for a suitable boy for her daughter. This movie adaptation will set for another great Bollywood drama.

8. 11/22/63: Stephen King

8. 11/22/63: Stephen King

In 11/22/63, a man goes back in time through a magic door to prevent JFK murder. This novel can turn out to a big screen movie. After all, it's great to be a Stephen King fan.

9. Swamplandia!: Karen Russell

9. Swamplandia!: Karen Russell

The comic sense of the novel narrator Kiwi and the childlikeness behaviour are depicted in the novel as both hopeful and terrible.

10. The Inheritance Of Loss: Kiran Desai

10. The Inheritance Of Loss: Kiran Desai

This story deals with the life arena of migration, living between two worlds, and between past and present. It could be another Bollywood adaption depicting about Indian lifestyle.

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