Books are better that the movies because they give readers more details, they are easy to carry around, and they create a unique world to each reader. Books will give the readers a look into a world full of color, with details that movies can never provide. Many times stories will be all about the details, details that pull the story together. In the website WiseGeeks.org, they say that “he or she (the readers) decides many of the important parts: how the characters speak, what they look like and what their surroundings look like” The authors will provide the stories with such details because they want the readers to feel a certain way. The characters will become more than a name on the page, they become a real person, a true friend, they become more like family; we feel any and all pain that they endure, we feel the joy they feel, we understand the characters in a way that a movie will never be able to help achieve.
While others see eBooks taking over reading normal books and eventually replacing the normal books in the future. So I’m going to compare the two to show you which one is better in my opinion. Now there are a lot of reasons why people prefer using a book to read vs an eBook. When you are reading a book they usually don’t suffer from glare issues like many electronic devices. You can read a book anywhere and be able to read the text just fine.
When you read a book, you have to concentrate on who is speaking, but on television and movies you don’t have to because the people in the TV/movie act out their own parts. Another big difference between Mildred and I is that first of all I read a lot of books and even though I think that watching television and movies is much more easier, I would much rather read a book. I am the type of person who doesn’t like things given to me, but I like to figure them out on my own.
Also, books usually have more characters and give continued suspense so that the reader will be hooked or addicted to finish the book to find out the story. On the other hand, movie producers need to eliminate so many details about the story in order to squeeze everything into one to two hours. Due to this, those people who love detail information about stories usually prefer books than movies as movies does not have a detailed information about the story. Furthermore, reading books can not only enhance the reader’s vocabulary and creativity, but also increase their reading and writing skills, while watching movies only provides entertainment (Lee, wordpress.com). Therefore, books and movies have their own importance and it completely depends on people whether they prefer reading books or watching movies.
However, books have developed to do what a movie does and so much more. In this way books give life to all people that read them. When a person reads a book they are entranced in the plot line. They have to comprehend and understand in order to finish the book and have it make sense. Movies can just be idly watched without gaining attention or intellect.
Reading online is also accessed a lot easier now than it used to be so it has become convenient for people to read online. Many students don't enjoy reading novels and do not get the true reading experience, a lot of people read due to the...
His overall tone and strategy of writing was relatable and the least bit overwhelming, which quickly grabbed my attention and made me interested in things I would not normally be interested in. The ending of the novel was inspiring. The author suggests the reader to look into great novels, and even supplies a list of novels a personally suggests. He ended with a very ... ... middle of paper ... ...orcist” and look how many spin offs came from it. The spin off movies grew from the same idea, but had a little twist, just to give it a hint of originality, like “The Exorcism of Emily Rose.” While everyone’s minds are vastly different, we still get some of the same ideas.
So, now it is not only obvious that the movie is so much less confusing, but also how and why the movie is easier to understand. While Golding’s book is an “interesting read,” it is very lucky for everyone that there was not only one, but two movies made. Almost everyone agrees that books are normally better than the movies. In this example, that is not the case. Not even close.
The character plays a huge part in the second book, as one of the leaders of the faction less, but in the movie, he was not sent to the faction less. This part, was the part I was looking forward to the most in the movie, I was at the edge of my seat when the part of the movie correlated with the book, but it never happened. This problem is... ... middle of paper ... ...the shows or movies themselves leave me on the verge of hating the series altogether. I realize that the show shouldn't be exactly as the book, word by word, however, having it so that things can be expected easily, or having it so that key factors in the book were left out in the show or movie, is something I cannot fathom. Everywhere I go, everyone I talk to that has the same reading interests as me, they all agree that the show or movie made out of the stories are not nearly as good as the stories themselves.
On goodreads.com they have a lot of information about the books and personal recommendations, but not much about the author. Some might argue that goodreads.com has more a section where people can discuss their favorite parts and quotes of the book, but this may be ruining the suspense of the book for someone who is considering reading it. Both goodreads.com and yournextread.com are good websites for people looking for book recommendations, but I believe that yournextread.com reaches the target audience of avid readers better than goodreads.com. I recommend that when looking for a new book to read visit yournextread.com.