Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Novel Films Blogfest


I'm glad I caught this blogfest before it ended :-) From August 1st to 3rd Madeleine of Scribble and Edit has asked us to list all the titles that we've both read AND seen the film of. When I started my list I thought I probably wouldn't have that many titles... but it's turned out to be quite long :-)

Novel/Film Title
Which I enjoyed more
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Film
Romeo and Juliet
Film
Othello
Film
Hamlet
Film
Angela’s Ashes
Book
Matilda
Book
The Witches
Book
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Book
Chocolat
Book
My Sister’s Keeper
Book
Little Women
Film
The Da Vinci Code
Book
Angels and Demons
Book
The Count of Monte Cristo
Book
The Golden Compass
Book
Harry Potter
Book
I Am Number Four
Book
The Lord of the Rings series
Film
Harry Potter series
Book
Twilight series
Book
The Chronicles of Narnia series
Book
Memoirs of a Geisha
Um...
Alice in Wonderland
Book
Peter Pan
Book
Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
Book
Ballet Shoes
Book
A Little Princess
Book

To see the list of participants and to sign up before it's too late, click here.

Thanks, Madeleine!

PS. Soon all of us Hunger Games and Mortal Instruments fans will be able to add those titles to our lists! Woohoo!

10 comments:

Marsha Sigman said...

Good list, I had way more than I thought I would too. I cannot wait for Mortal Instruments!!!! And Hunger Games but shhhh...I haven't had a chance to read it yet. I'm like the last person.

Michael Di Gesu said...

Wow,

That's some list Rachel... I liked many of your choices....

Francine Howarth said...

Hi,

There with you on Shakespeare, all the rest with exception of the Potter series: Harry that is, not Beatrix! ;)

best
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Jennifer Hillier said...

Great list! I'm a fan of Hunger Games, so you can count me as fan who's dying to see the movies!

Madeleine said...

A VERY impressive list and lots there I haven't seen or read. Thanks for taking part :O)

Susan Oloier said...

I like your list, Rachel. I usually like the book more than the film. I must say, I enjoy Shakespeare more in the written word than in the movies b/c of all the imagery/metaphors/literary devices. Weird, I know.

kelworthfiles said...

That's a fun way of sharing your list. Glad to have you in the blogfest!

Ellie Garratt said...

I'm glad you took part, too. There are a lot there I haven't read or seen!

Ellie Garratt

Carole Anne Carr said...

Fascinating to read through the list.

Len Lambert said...

Wow, Rachel! This is a long list! I'm impressed! Too bad I missed this blogfest. Glad to see you participated though. Will be having a look at the others :)