One of the most anticipated screen adaption of the year is “Dune,” starring Timothee Chalamet as the titular character. However, there are still many other great books you should read this year. Here are five of them: Ulysses, The Secret Garden, War and Peace, and The Little Prince. All of these works are great reads, but you may be surprised to find out that you haven’t been reading them for years!

Winter’s Bone by Debra Granik and producer Rosellini is a fantastic audiobook to listen to before the screen adaptation of it drops. It’s a gripping story about a teenage girl who must care for her whole family after her drug-dealing father disappears. Her mother suffers from a mental illness, and Ree decides to follow his trail to find him.

The Love That Split the World by Emily Henry is another great book to listen to before the screen adaptation. The debut novel by YA author Emily Henry was described as “Friday Night Lights meets The Time Traveler’s Wife”. The story is full of intrigue and romance, and Henry’s witty writing style makes it a great choice for summer listening.

Another book to listen to this year before the screen adaptation drops is Winter’s Bone, written by Debra Granik and producer Rosellini and based on the novel by Daniel Woodrell. This novel follows the story of a teenage girl named Ree who is left caring for her entire family. Her drug-dealing father has disappeared, and she is the only one with the mental capacity to look for him. Ree eventually finds him and makes him come home.

The novel “Winter’s Bone” by Daniel Woodrell, co-written by Granik and producer Rosellini, is another book to listen to before the screen adaptation drops. The novel is an adaptation of a 2009 New York Times bestseller by Daniel Woodrell. While the film is a great read, it’s not the only book you should listen to this year.

This novel has won several awards and critical acclaim. Its creators, Tim Robbins, and Debra Granik, are also working on a screen adaptation of Winter’s Bone. The book is set in New York City, and is a must-read for fans of crime fiction. But you’ll want to listen to the novel before watching the film adaptation.

“The Love That Split the World” by Emily Henry is another YA novel you should listen to. It’s a YA debut by a YA author who has been compared to The Time Traveler’s Wife by Daniel Woodrell. The book is filled with intrigue, romance, and witty writing voice. Whether you’re looking for an intense thriller or a heartwarming tale of hope and despair, this YA novel is sure to make you want to get up and enjoy the film.

Winter’s Bone, by Debra Granik and producer Rosellini, is an excellent audiobook you should listen to before the film adaptation comes out. This psychological thriller tells the story of a teenage girl who takes care of her family and tries to get her father back. Ree’s mother suffers from mental illness and is a drug addict, and she must find a way to save her family.

The Help: This film adaptation from director Ridley Scott’s award-winning first novel is a classic. It tells the story of a young woman trying to escape assassins. It is a riveting thriller, and the characters are well-drawn and vivid. The book is a must-listen for fans of the supernatural, but if you don’t have time to listen to it before the movie comes out, you’ll be glad you did.