5 book adaptations to watch and read during quarantine

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Little Fires Everywhere, Hulu in March 2020, Little Fires Everywhere
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1. Little Fires Everywhere

The last book adaptation is definitely on a lot of watchlists. Since Hulu released the trailer for Little Fires Everywhere, people have been hyped. Considering the two leads are Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, who wouldn’t be? With Hulu releasing the episodes little by little, this was an easy pick for the top spot as no doubt people will want to both read and watch this.

Starting with the series, Little Fires Everywhere is being released in Hulu with its first episodes being released on March 18th. On the first day, Hulu released the first three episodes but they’ve staggered the rest. They’re set to release the final episode on April 22nd.

Hulu describes the series as “Little Fires Everywhere follows the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives.” While the description gets more in-depth, that small taste was enough to get fans excited. No doubt having such a star-studded cast was a major selling point, too.

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Even before Little Fires Everywhere became a series, the book was a bestseller. Written by the Celeste Ng, the book won both Amazon and Goodreads awards. As with most popular adaptions, fans are going to want to get their hands on this. It might be tough to find this book but if you can, I’d snag it as soon as you can. If not, then it might be out of stock for months. Either way, watching and reading Little Fires Everywhere is easily going to be atop a lot of people’s to-do lists during the quarantine.

Any book adaptations you think I missed or have others to recommend? Be sure to let us know in the comments!