Interview with Shreyans Zaveri

This summer Novel2Screen introduces a selection of books through three interviews with up-and-coming authors.  Our first author, Shreyans Zaveri, takes readers on a perilous and dark rescue operation into a Russian bunker during the last days of WWII. As a photographer and visual effects artist, Shreyans Zaveri is always searching for the story behind the […]

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The Handmaid’s Tale – After

In last week’s article, I made the mistake of calling After the second to last episode for this season.  Perhaps it was wishful thinking to escape this dreary, morbid world like June, but I was wrong.  We’re only halfway there. At least After offered hope in a new direction: the trio working together to take down the […]

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Seeds

As The Handmaid’s Tale leaves the source material further behind, we are seeing a wider range of Gilead.  Episode 5, Seeds, brought us back to the colonies and revealed Gilead’s orchestrated arranged marriages. Despite not knowing why they relentless dig up the steaming earth, I’m glad to get back to the colonies.  There’s an energy with Emily and […]

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Sweetbitter: Everyone is Soigné

Hello novel2screeners! I wanted to take a moment to follow up on my previous article on STARZ’ new limited series Sweetbitter. I’m not sure how many of you have seen the first three episodes, but if you’re looking for something to watch, I definitely recommend it. Spoilers below. This very short series (only six episodes) is based […]

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Shadowhunters – Mid Season Kidnapping

The mid-season finale for Shadowhunters did what the show does best – leave fans divided and arguing over the trajectory of the story. From the beginning, Shadowhunters has intentionally changed the storyline for many characters while keeping the essence of the plot intact, hoping to keep readers surprised. Surprise!  It was a big one.  One that made […]

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Other Women

This article contains spoilers. Reflecting on last week’s The Handmaid’s Tale, I have little notes.  Perhaps because I enjoyed it better than Baggage.  June is back with the Waterford’s, which means glorious shots that look like Vermeer paintings and lies compounded on lies to keep face. Baggage’s biggest lie, outside of the lie of Gilead being Utopia, is […]

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