novelisation


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Synonyms for novelisation

converting something into the form of a novel

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Publishers Random House, who predicts the original book will re-enter at number two in the children's best seller list, are also releasing 11 tie-in titles based on the 1957 children's hit, including a junior novelisation of the film and 'The Cat in The Hat Movie Story Book' featuring photographs from the movie staring Mike Myers.
Out Thursday Millions glued to the ITV series would agree, the tale of the teenager who became Queen of England makes fascinating drama, and Goodwin, who wrote the series, has served up a hit novelisation.
Initially, Pulitzer-winner Brooks' novelisation of his life is a thrilling surprise, early years of war and wives recounted in flashback by David's prophet Natan.
At the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival in July, Chibnall, Colman and Whittaker helped launch the Broadchurch novelisation alongside author Erin Kelly.
Among other things Llewellyn is also responsible for the novelisation of Torchwood.
It was slightly strange because usually a film is an adaptation of a novel but this is a novelisation of a film script.
On the day before Thanksgiving, three new blockbuster films open - 'Timeline' based on Michael Crichton' s best seller, which is re-released in a new cover; Disney's 'The Haunted Mansion' which is based on a theme park ride and comes with a junior novelisation from Random House; and 'In America' an independent movie garnering rave reviews and awards, which comes with a book tie-in written by the director Jim Sheridan and his daughter.
Of course, for those more enamoured with the film than the original short text, Puffin has also published a novelisation of the movie (pounds 3.
What should have been a fascinating novelisation of Konstantin's life is, however, a slow, drab, story.