This is set as a Western, but what if Nick Offerman was the third person omniscient narrator everywhere through all time? Terrifying.
A Long Way Down by Nick Hornby is an interesting story about persons who want to commit suicide.
The story is about four strangers, with a brief and intense encounter on new year eve. As Nick is more likely to play the good side of humanity, what is expected is these strangers start to care about each other in a way old friends do.
The premise itself would make an interesting read. More so than the movie as the motivation behind characters isn't that transparent to the audience, as to readers.
Looking forward to read this one.
Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist was originally the novel written by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan.
This got my notice after Scott Pilgrim vs the world movie, which is a lot of fun.
OK. This is about young people, getting lost and drunk and somewhere in between boredom and excitement found love.
Sure. Why not. The brain is not functioning all that well, when persons that they loved dumped them like yesterday fashion. Why do some young persons (and some older one) think it is find to break another person's heart.
OK. Too much? That's about right in the mood for watching this movie or reading this book. Or you wouldn't "get it".