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Ahhhhh so sorry that I've been away for so long! (Schools been stressing me the hell out guys). I promise that there will be more blogs coming soon! (The New Orleans one is taking me a while). Anyway, it's a change of the season, which means summer movie trailers are already starting to come out. Fun fact: I could sit and watch movie trailers for hours, they're so addicting. But one of my cinematic regrets is not reading the Harry Potter books. I love those movies, (if I didn't, I think my sister would carve muggle on my forehead); I grew up watching them over and over again, still feeling like I was watching a live adventure. But when the movies came out, I was way too young to read the books. Moral of the story, I ruined it for myself and I feel as though the movies would have been much more exhilarating if I had read the series. (THANKS A LOT MOM). I refuse to make this mistake again with these movie's that look pretty awesome.
1. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Speaking of Harry Potter, this is a spin off of J.K. Rowling's masterpiece. It just so happens to star one of my favorite actors, Eddie Redmayne, and the movie looks quite good. Judging by the trailer, it seems to share the theme of a spectacular magical adventure, (that's my favorite genre of movies). It might be a hard read, but I will definitely be ordering this book on amazon before I go to the theater.
2. Me Before You
Do you hear that? Oh, it's just me crying into my cup of tea while I read this book. I'm in the middle of this untraditional romance, and I only started it last week. The characters are likable and the book makes you really think throughout it's sarcastic humor. I'm not one for sappy love stories, but this is much different. I highly recommend it; this book is one fast and enjoyable read.
3. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
I think i read this book a long time ago, but I only remember a bit so this goes on the list too. This is only story of adventure. The movie looks like it has kind of an XMen/ Peter Pan type of feel.
I've taken the oath. I'll read all three books and now when I go to the movies and someone says "Did you read it?", I can confidently say YES. I'm very excited to see this movie! Let me know if you recommend these books!
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