Friday, 2 March 2012

Follow Friday #11

Q: What book would you love to see made into a movie or television show and do you have actors/actresses in mind to play the main characters?

Paper Towns by John Green into a TV Show because they are way awesome-r than movies.

Adam Brody as Quentin "Q" Jacobsen.
I reeeeeeealy miss Seth Cohen and Brody needs to get back in my TV Screen.

For Margo Roth Spiegelman, I honestly couldn't think of any actress. 

Maybe a cross between Kristen Stewart and Zooey Deschanel i.e Strange and sullen meets Manic Dream Pixie Girl.

Donald Glover as Marcus "Radar" Lincoln. GEEEEEEEKTASTIC!

And the effervescent Dianna Agron as Lacey Pemberton.
Because I hate what Glee is doing to Quinn Fabray and Lady Di deserves much much more. 

Book Moments: What has been your favorite moment (scene) in a book that you've read so far in 2012? Please be kind & not include spoilers.

"He looked into the water, then he looked at back at her, and simply shook his head as he raised a hand to cover his mouth. By this gesture he assumed full responsibility, but at that moment, she hated him for the inadequacy of the response. He glanced toward the basin and sighed. For a moment he thought she was about to step backward onto the vase, and he raised his hand and pointed, though he said nothing. Instead he began to unbutton his shirt. Immediately she knew what he was about. Intolerable. He had come to the house and removed his shoes and socks—well, she would show him then. She kicked off her sandals, unbuttoned her blouse and removed it, unfastened her skirt and stepped out of it and went to the basin wall. He stood with hands on his hips and stared as she climbed into the water in her underwear. Denying his help, any possibility of making amends, was his punishment. The unexpectedly freezing water that caused her to gasp was his punishment. She held her breath, and sank, leaving her hair fanned out across the surface. Drowning herself would be his punishment. When she emerged a few seconds later with a piece of pottery in each hand, he knew better than to offer to help her out of the water. The frail white nymph, from whom water cascaded far more successfully than it did from the beefy Triton, carefully placed the pieces by the vase."
- Atonement By Ian McEwan ( THE FOUNTAIN SCENE!! @@*LE GASP* *LA SIGH* *INSERT HEARTS*@#@)


  1. I am now looking into Paper Towns especially because of the cast you choose.Check out my FF here.
    New follower! Happy reading :)

  2. I didn't know this book but it sounds like a nice casting!

    old follower

    here is mine

  3. You have a great blog :D Paper Towns seems interesting.

    New follower on all the ones you have

    Here is my FF :D

  4. OMG! I love the Atonement movie! I haven't read the book yet, but it sounds like it's just as amazing. Great pick!

    Jess @ Gone with the Words
    My TGIF! Follow Friday post :)

  5. I haven't read any John Green books but I am sure they would all make great movies. =]
    Here is My Follow Friday

  6. John Green AND Atonement - 2 of my favourites in one spot:-)

  7. I've never read your movie book but I sure do LOVE your dream cast! I need to go check it out. Thanks for stopping by my FF! I hope to see you around again soon!
    Dreaming In The Pages

  8. Hopping through. Love that photo of K. Stewart. She looks better with light hair.

  9. I haven't ever read any John Green I know shame on me, new follower, here's mine

  10. I haven't read this book..I'll try to check this out..:)

    new follower-GFC-Avry15
    You have a nice blog!:)

    Here's my ff:



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