Top Ten Tuesday | Books that Should Be Adapted into Netflix Shows/Movies

Happy Tuesday, bloggers,

Netflix is a little fickle, I find. Either you get great adaptations of your favourite books, or you get shoddy ones and wish you didn’t watch them. Or worse, you find your “it” series, only to have Netflix cancel it in the first season.

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is books that should be adapted into Netflix shows/movies.

Enjoy the read!

The City of Brass (The Daevabad Trilogy)

I don’t think people have stopped talking about the series. It’s one of the most sought-after ones I’ve ever seen. What intrigues me is the main character and the djinn storyline.


The Gilded Wolves

I adore Roshani’s series, so there’s little chance I’d leave it off of my list. The author has crafted such beautifully thought-out storytelling that I’d love to see it on the small screen.


Uppercut Princess (The Heights Crew)

The Heights Crew is quite known in the romance community. It blew up, and readers haven’t looked back since. I adore each and every character, especially Kyla, the main character. This RH series would be great for the small screen.


Just Drop Out (Hannaford Prep)

Hannaford Prep is something that snuck up on me. I didn’t expect to love it. I didn’t expect to obsess over it. But here I am, desperately looking into what I’d have to sell to get more spin-offs and a TV show.


Corrupt (Devil’s Night)

Ah, one of my favourite series of all times. I didn’t spend years pining over it, but I feel as if I have. Penelope has created an intricate storyline that you can’t help but want to see it on your TV.

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