Since the dawn of cinema, filmmakers have looked towards the literary world for inspiration, a practice that has intensified over the following century. Of course, now the primary objective of adapting a book is to buy into the built-in audience and brand awareness that some of these books have.
S. J. rdquo; Kincaid’s debut novel, follows a fourteen-year old gamer who enrolls in an elite military training academy during World War III. Sounds normal right? But it turns out the military wants to put a computer in his brain to turn him into a superhuman fighter. Uh-oh. If you want to get a leg up on the film-going audience, you can pick up a copy of “Insignia” on July 10th.
rdquo;) and is about two distant small town brothers "whose torment over the murder of their sister in their teens is compounded when another teenaged girl is killed. One of the brothers is determined to avenge that killing, even if it means committing murder himself....
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