Q: What is one book that you would be nervous to see a movie adaptation of because you think the movie could never live up to the book?
It's funny, because the last FF that I participated in, the question was which film would I like to see a film version of. I'll mirror that answer here in part, because while I think The Night Circus would be an amazing film, it's such a book that is unique to each person who reads it. My mental Marco, Celia, and Prospero and how I envisioned all the moments as they unfurled are so ingrained in my reading of the novel that it's hard to separate the two.
I'm also rather nervous about The Scorpio Races*. By now you probably know how much I adore this book and if Sean Kendrick becomes a lean-y, glare-y emo stablehand I'd probably just burst into tears. (Or if Puck is any less amazing than she inherently is.) This is a book that's so close to my heart that I almost prefer that it stick to the black and white rather than any attempt at being further fleshed out. And then I think of the horses and water.
*TSR is currently on sale via Amazon as an e-book for $3. If you haven't read it, here's the perfect opportunity to give it a shot. You can find reviews of The Night Circus (here) and The Scorpio Races (here).