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From classics like Little Women to modern-day bestsellers like Pulitzer winner The Goldfinch, there are plenty of upcoming dramas to choose from and ones to catch up on. However, does it always work?

Books can let you imagine the setting or events happening in the story. They are also more detailed than movies because movies sometimes leave out some essential details.

5 Reasons Why Books Are Better Than Movies or TelevisonSeries
  • Imagination. When you just go out and see the film you're showed what everything looks like, you don't get to imagine it
  • Movies Leave Stuff Out. You obviously can't get every detail of an entire novel into a roughly 2-hour time frame
  • Books Are Portable
  • The Story Gets Lost
  • Movies Intensify Everything
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