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Tuesday Talks can be found on Goodreads! This week’s topic is: Do you always read books before the movies?
One of the most debated questions. Should the book always be read before the movie… I think, no. In fact, while I try to always wait to read the book first, I know if I read it I may not care to watch it. If I watch the show first, I’ll want to know how they changed it and then read the book.
Of course, there are always times I watch the movie and only at the END realize it was a book, so I’ll go back and read the book. There are also times I’ll read the book and notice in the acknowledgements that it will be turning into a movie [looking at you Scythe!].
All in all, I do not think I care too much which I see or read first. I just won’t be too rushed to consume the story in a different format– unless the movie was very good.
What do you prefer?
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