Hill House, not sane stood by itself against its hills holding darkness within. It had stood so for a hundred years before my family moved in and might stand a hundred more. Within, walls stood upright, bricks met neatly, floors were firm. Silence lay steadily against the wood and stone of Hill House. And whatever walked there walked alone
For the second and final part of my book-to-screen series, I’ve scoured the web and found some awesome movie adaptations. I simply know that some of these will fail and be forgotten in a blink of an eye, but there’s still some hope left.
Even though 2018 has advanced enough that I can safely sign any documents without the fear of writing 2017 first and then asking for a new document to try again, there are still 9 full months left of it and many great book-to-screen adaptations that I’m eagerly awaiting.
I believe most of you have heard of Jessie Burton’s marvelous debut novel The Miniaturist, especially if you’re a fan of historical fiction. It caught my eye immediately, as I’m obsessed with Dutch history and culture, so I read it the first chance I got, and I loved it!