Today I decided to mix TBC up a bit and have asked Amber to guest post on one of her unpopular bookish opinions. She has picked reading the book first, and I can't agree more.
The Mile Long Bookshelf, Amber on Twitter @MileLongBookS
As you may have noticed, the world is divided into two sets of people: those who think everyone should read the book before the film, and those who think it doesn't matter. I went to the Divergent movie premiere the other day and there were people behind me who hadn't read the book, and overhearing them say that was irritating, so you can probably guess which group I fall into.
Personally, I think you need to read the book before the film because book-to-film adaptations can be quite confusing without having read the book as they're usually aimed at the readers. If you've read the book before the film then:
|Charli's note: LITTLE JOSH!!!!|
After reading this post, if you decide to continue to ignore books and to just see their big screen adaptations instead, I cannot be responsible for my actions...