yes if it is by Jodi Picoult
The film is very loosely based on the book but the characters, most of the actual story and ending are completely different.
They are exactly the same. Dr. No, the book by Ian Fleming, is a novel.
i im wondering the same. all i know it takes place in rodeisland
Yes. Bookmarks is to Favorites as Book is to Novel (They're the same).
Homonym a word pronounced and spelt the same as another, but having a different meaning, such as novel (a book) and novel (new).
Nothing. they're both the same They just have different covers but the actual book is the same.
Mort first appeared in the Discworld novel titled Mort.The book has the same title as the character's name.
The movie is based on the book of the same title.
This might be "Pride & Prejudice", about 5 sisters (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0414387/), based on the novel of the same name by Jane Austen.
Yes, for her role in the yet-to-be-released movie 'My Sister's Keeper', based on the book of the same name.
The 1975 movie Jaws was based on the novel of the same name by Peter Benchley.
Yes, for the most part they (thankfully) stayed with the novel.
There is no difference, in the movie they used the same dialogue as they did in the book.
The novel is basically almost the same plotline as the pilot film
The 1975 movie Jaws was based on Peter Benchley's novel of the same name.
Static Character- is when the character has the same personality as of in the beginning and of a movie,story,novel,book or etc. Dynamic- is when the character has different personalities throughout the beginning and end of a movie,story,novel,book or etc.
Not smart at all to have a boy with a girl betta fish in the same keeper.
There is not a particular time that the book holes takes place it, It is considered as if it is in the present (at the same time you are reading the novel)
The answer to your question is that sisters, sisters and sisters are all the same word and it is a silly question.
No , not necessarily , but the novel will be in the same universe as the manga .
The children's novel "Millions" was written in 2004 by British screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce. The book is an adaptation of Boyce's screenplay for the film of the same name.
Gone With the Wind based on Margaret Mitchell's novel of the same name.
The movie Interview with the Vampire (1994) is based on the novel of the same name by Anne Rice.
Yes, it's a young adult novel under the same name, written by Robin Palmer.
J.G. Ballard's 1973 novel had been adapted into a 1996 film with the same title - Crash .
A graphic novel is not the same as a regularly issued comic book but is a "one shot" edition that tells an original story and is not part of an ongoing narrative. Marvel Comic's 'Revenge of the Living Monolith' is an example of a graphic novel whereas DC Comics's 'The Watchmen' is not. 'The Watchmen' is an example of a trade paperback due to it being a collected version of the limited series that was first released in comic book form.