Wednesday, March 21, 2012

movie Vs Novel

salam ceria di waktu pagi bertemankan suara anjing yang menyalak di kawasan KONDO yang dah terang dan jelas menunjukkan bahawa TIDAK DIBENARKAN memelihara binatang.....huahuahua....entah ape2 la....nak cakap tak pandai baca...rasanya orang yang cerdik pandai je semua......lalalallaa.....(edisi membebel terlebih dahulu)

jom lupakan kisah binatang yang memekik di pagi hari...

kita sambung pada topik pagi ini....cewaaaahhhh...kalah pembaca berita....hauahuahaua....

sekarang ni.....banyak la novel2 yang di filem kan...sama ada melayu ataupun inggeris...

salah satunya adalah...Ombak Rindu yang boleh di katakan Hot di malaysia....ni belum termasuk dengan Lagenda Budak Setan....

tapi apa yang aku nak sentuh di sini adalah....movie English yang bakal di tayangkan iaitu "One For The Money" karya Janet Evanovich pada 22 Mac ini.

 and this is review yang aku copy from amazon about this book la

Stephanie Plum is so smart, so honest, and so funny that her narrative charm could drive a documentary on termites. But this tough gal from New Jersey, an unemployed discount lingerie buyer, has a much more interesting story to tell: She has to say that her Miata has been repossessed and that she's so poor at the moment that she just drank her last bottle of beer for breakfast. She has to say that her only chance out of her present rut is her repugnant cousin Vinnie and his bail-bond business. She has to say that she blackmailed Vinnie into giving her a bail-bond recovery job worth $10,000 (for a murder suspect), even though she doesn't own a gun and has never apprehended a person in her life. And she has to say that the guy she has to get, Joe Morelli, is the same creep who charmed away her teenage virginity behind the pastry case in the Trenton bakery where she worked after school.
If that hard-luck story doesn't sound compelling enough, Stephanie's several unsuccessful attempts at pulling in Joe make a downright hilarious and suspenseful tale of murder and deceit. Along the way, several more outlandish (but unrelentingly real) characters join the story, including Benito Ramirez, a champion boxer who seems to be following Stephanie Plum wherever she goes.
Janet Evanovich shares an authentic feel for the streets of Trenton in her debut mystery (she developed her talents in a string of romance novels before creating Ms. Plum), and her tough, frank, and funny first-person narrator offers a winning mix of vulgarity and sensitivity. Evanovich is certainly among the best of the new voices to emerge in the mystery field of the 1990s. --Patrick O'Kelley --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.


and for the movie thrailler....plz check this out....

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