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Bookish News: Emily Henry’s Big News

Hi, there! I know this might be old news to you, but it’s relatively new and it’s something I want to talk about because I love Emily Henry’s writing! So on Instagram Emily Henry announced two BIG things that are happening for her!

Number One:

The Love That Split the World has been optioned for film! Yes, you read that right – this wonderful book may be turned into a movie! Seeing the announcement made me so excited for this! Lionsgate, which has done others like Divergent and The Hunger Games, has  snagged rights to producing it.

We all know how book-to-film adaptions go – they’re never always as good as the book, but some do well in trying to capture the essence of the novel. Let’s not have a repeat of The Percy Jackson and the Olympians movies shall we?

Number Two:

SHE’S WRITING A NEW BOOK!!!!!! Eeeep! I can’t believe it! As you can tell, I love TLTSTW and am looking forward to her next pieces. Here’s the description on Goodreads (so far): The daughter and son of two long-feuding families fall in love while trying to uncover the truth about a curse that has plagued their bloodlines for generations, with the help of the strange magic that haunts the homes and forests of Five Fingers, Mich.

This is set in my home state so I’m even more intrigued. This is titled A Million Junes and is set to come out next year by Razorbill. Click here to add it to your Goodreads 🙂

How’s that for a segment of Bookish News? What are your thoughts? Have you read The Love that Split the World? Any other book-to-film adaptions you love (or hate)?

Happy reading!


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