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Books to Movies 2019 – Best Books Becoming Movies This Year


A Dog’s Way Home is a beautiful tale that details the unbreakable bond shared between pets and their owners, as a pup named Bella journeys through the Colorado wilderness to find her way home.

Stephanie Patrick’s (played by Blake Lively) life is spinning out of control after she loses her entire family in a plane crash. Though it was initially labeled as an accident, new information emerges that a bomb took down Flight NEO027. Patrick, stricken with anger and grief, is determined to get revenge. 

Release date February 22

This book-turned-movie named Greyhound will place you neck-deep in the grit, exhaustion, hunger, and desperation of the U.S. Navy during WWII. As they make their way across the icy North Atlantic to England, U.S. Navy SEALs will battle German submarines to protect 3,000 lives and 50 million dollars worth of cargo.

Release date March 22 

After her anxiety-prone mother disappears, young Bee goes on a mission to try to find her. If the plot alone doesn’t interest you, the fact that Cate Blanchett and  Kristen Wiig star in this film will.

‘Three Seconds’ by Anders Roslund and Borge Hellstrom

Ex-con and former special operations soldier Pete Koslow gets recruited by the FBI to leave his jail cell to help the U.S. government take down the most powerful crime boss in New York. But after the death of an undercover cop, Koslow gets caught in the crossfire of the FBI and the mob — so he must find a solution to escape them both.

Release date March 22

‘The Aftermath’ by Rhidian Brook

Author Rhidian Brook was inspired by his own family to write this novel about a British colonel in charge of rebuilding the demolished city of Hamburg in 1946 post-war Germany. Instances of betrayal emerge as the colonel’s wife finds out they’ll be sharing a house with a German widower.

Release date April 26

Anna Fox is agoraphobic and spends her days hiding behind a thick window and an always-full wine glass in New York City. One day, she sees something disturbing from her vantage point, but police are skeptical to believe her due to her impaired judgment that’s clouded with wine and prescription drugs. 

‘The Goldfinch’ by Donna Tartt

In The Goldfinch, 13-year-old Theo Decker miraculously survives a fatal accident that took his mother’s life. After moving into a beautiful apartment on Park Avenue with his wealthy family friends, Decker turns to the only thing he can to find comfort for his grief: a small, mysteriously captivating painting. 

Release date October 11

‘The Nightingale’ by Kristin Hannah

Set in 1939 France, Vianne Mauriac’s worst fears come to light when Nazis march into her hometown with tanks and bombs. Her and her sister’s home is captured, and they’re separated, forcing them to navigate the terrors of war alone.




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