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The Famous Forty Canon
Sometimes it’s hard to choose between a book or a movie … especially if you have both options. In general, he usually likes the book more than the movie ?
Discover the top 10 2k movies based on current books:
- Harry Potter: 7 fantastic novels written by the British author JK Rowling, which describes the adventures of the young apprentice magician Harry Potter and his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, during the seven years they spend at Hogwarts School of Magic and Sorcery.
- Twilight is a romantic vampire novel directed by Stephenie Meyer and published in 2005. It is the first part of a saga of four books that have already been published, in addition to “Twilight”, “New Moon”, “Eclipse” And “Breaking Dawn .” The novel has been translated into 37 languages and has sold more than 25 million copies.
- The Lord of the Rings : is an epic fantasy novel written by British philologist and writer JRR Tolkien. It narrates the journey of the hobbit Frodo Bolsón, that must destroy the Unique Ring and the ensuing war that will provoke the enemy to recover it, since it is the main source of power of its creator, the Dark Lord Sauron.
- Pride and Prejudice: First published in 1813, it is Jane Austen’s most famous novel and one of the first romantic comedies in the novel’s history.
- The Boy in Striped Pajamas: It ‘s a drama by the Irish author John Boyne. As of 2012, more than 5 million copies of the work have been sold worldwide and translated into more than 30 languages. In 2007 and 2008 was the best selling book of the year in Spain. It has reached the number one of the lists of sales of The New York Times, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and other countries.
- The Chronicles of Narnia: Composed of 7 youth books written by the writer and Anglo-Irish professor CS Lewis between 1950 and 1954, and illustrated, by Pauline Baynes. It tells of the adventures in Narnia, land of fantasy and magic created by the author, and populated by talking animals and other mythological creatures that are involved in the eternal struggle between good and evil.
- Noa’s diary: The homonymous novel by Nicholas Sparks, is based on the love story of his in-laws. It was his first published novel and the third written, after two others that did not come to see the light. He wrote it over a period of six months in 1994.
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button : The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is an account written by the American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, being first published in Collier’s magazine in 1922. In 2008 he made the film adaptation being directed by David Fincher and starring Brad Pitt.
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: It ‘s a children’s book written in 1964 by the British author Roald Dahl.
- Forrest Gump: is a comic-dramatic novel written by Winston Groom and published in 1986 by Doubleday. Forrest Gump is a young man who has a low IQ, but is humble and innocent. The avatars of his life will lead him to be a national hero, a great football player and a great sportsman. The book recounts the life of Forrest Gump during various historical events such as the Vietnam War.
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