A while ago I wrote about one of my favourite David Baldacci Novels, Wish You Well (you can read the “Wish you Well” review here).
I really enjoyed the book, it is my clear Baldacci favourite, and one my favourite novels of the year.
The story set in the 1940s about a teenage girl and her younger brother who move from New York City to Southwest Virginia after a family tragedy. Baldacci describes it as being “if I had to write a ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ story, this would be it.”
Baldacci himself will be producing the movie along with Sarah Elizabeth Timmins from ‘Life Out Loud films’. He also recently sold a TV series project starring two of his characters, Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, to CBS Television
David Baldacci has had one of his novels made into a movie before, in fact it was his first ever book entitled Absolute Power. It was a book that I didn’t enjoy much, hence I never got around to writing a review for it. However, it seems it appealed to a large number of people and Clint Eastwood and Gene Hackman starred in the movie.
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I’m looking forward to it!
(Also see “Lee Child’s novel being turned into a movie.”)
Below is an interview with Baldacci where he discusses the book and the movie about to be made (it might take a few seconds for the video to load).