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5 Books To Read Before They Become Movies In 2015



While comparing the differences between a book and its cinematic adaptation can often lead to rage and tears, it doesn't stop us from still wanting to read the novel before it makes its way to the big screen. It also provides us with an overwhelming feeling of smugness, something that can't be underestimated.

To share this feeling with you all, we've whittled down a list of the five essential books to read before the movies come out. But don't blame us if that character/location/twist has been changed...

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