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ICYMI: The latest on the international book scene!

NoInk   |   19 December 2019


These books will give you more feels this 2020!

Books have constantly been flying us to various places and make us feel numerous emotions through words weaved together to form stories, and in today’s digital age, these stories have more to offer. Creating a visual representation through digital media, characters based on fiction plots are now given life by great actors, and in the current international book scene, fans can now watch movies based on their favorite books!

The upcoming year has quite a lot to offer for both books and Netflix fans as two popular fiction novels will be making news on the digital screens. 

Jenny Han’s well-loved “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” will be having its awaited sequel on Netflix “PS. I Still Love You” on February 2020 and we can’t get enough of the first photos! Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky’s love story still continues but this time, another character will be given his spotlight on the story – John Ambrose McClaren. For those of you who have read the books, surely you’ve known and memorized his story and his connection with Lara Jean. Others will have to wait for February 2020 to find out who he is in our young lady’s life.

Meanwhile, Elle Fanning and Justine Smith will finally play the role of Violet Markey and Theodore Finch after four years. Fans of the novel “All The Bright Places” by Jennifer Niven are too ecstatic to know the release date of the movie version of the novel – February 28, 2020, on Netflix. This romantic drama film explores the concept of death, escape, survival, and healing on the insight of two struggling teenagers. One who is on trauma and the other with mental health struggles, will they be able to heal each other with their presence?


Watch out for these books-turned-to-movies titles on 2020!



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