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With the success of LOR, which other books would you like to see or is worthy of being made into a film?

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The Calaghan cronicles by Spider Robinson:thumbsup:

 

A trilogy of sci-fi comedy, fantastic stuff!:)

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The Crow Road

 

but they probably wouldn't do it justice so then again maybe not!

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I understood that the Crow Road had already been televised (not quite the same I know, but nearly)

 

My choice would be "Keep the Aspidistra Flying"

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Way of the Peacefull Warrior-Dan Millman

 

Doors or Perception-Aldous Huxley

 

Universal dictionary-Readers Digest

 

Illusions-Richard Bach

 

The Hobbit-...

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Books i'd like to see as films:

 

'His Dark Materials' Trilogy - Phillip Pullman (I know this is being planned already)

 

Elidor - Alan Garner

The Weiredstone Of Brisingamen - Also Alan Garner

The Moon Of Gomrath - likewise Alan Garner

 

Any HP Lovecraft, though Call Of Cthulu would be cool

 

Wilf

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William Gibson's Neuromancer.

 

Michael Moorcock's Runestaff Series

 

And possibly an adaptation of Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series.

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The Scam by Richard Kalberer.

This book is one of those books you can't put down once you start reading.

 

A thriller that starts off quite dark and chilling.

Based around Weed Smugglers that go into the bigger market of Cocain and Heroin.

 

Excellent Book, set in the UK. Would make a truly excellent movie!

Hmmmm maybe I should start a screen play.:D

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The Thomas Covenant books.

Read the first couple many years ago and would like to know how it finishes :)

 

Also the Duncton Wood books.

 

The Sandman stuff by Neil Gaiman.

 

'V' for Vendetta would be interesting too.

 

Nomme

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Originally posted by nomme

'V' for Vendetta would be interesting too.

 

Nomme

 

Hmmmm

 

 

not sure about that one nomme, maybe it should be left as it is.

 

but I know what you mean, it's just nothing could approach the colour and atmosphere of that book.

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The Dark Knight Returns (Frank Miller) would be interesting, but like so many comic adaptations, would more than likely be dissapointing.

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