5 young adult books that will be turn in to movies this year and next year,

1. miss peregrine’s home for peculiar children by Ransom Riggs, is currently in the works and should be released in 2016, I’ve read both books that are out so far, and I’m looking forward to the movie so much.

2. Fallen by lauren Kate, the movie has been in talks since 2009, so I’ve been looking forward to seeing it forever, and it should hopefully be released sometime this year.

3. the 5th wave by rick yancey, is currently in the works too and should be released in 2016, I’m looking forward to this so much because they casted Chloë Moretz to play the main character cassie and Nick Robinson to play ben parish💖

4 eleanor & park by Rainbow Rowell, there’s not a lot about it yet just that DreamWorks bought the film rights.

5. paper towns by John green, probably everybody knows about this one because of the fault in our stars was so popular, but I’m looking forward to this even more, mostly because it’s my favorite one by John green, and because they casted the perfect cast, nat wolff looks exactly like what I pictured Quentin Jacobsen looking like, it will be released sometime this year.

think about this next time you play destiny.

Imagine after all that has happened, the Traveler decides to leave us behind and go find a new planet. the darkness follows and wipes alot of guardians out. the remaining Guardians try to leave their destroyed earth behind in search of the traveler. without the Traveler, guardians can no longer be revived so they create machines in the shape of the traveler duer to their undying faith in the traveler and that machine continues to supply them with the light they need to survive.

Then as you finally find the traveler, you find that it has also raised a new army, and that army is made up of the long dead. the army kills your people with no second thoughts. the army does not question the motives, they just kill. they rip you apart and destroy every last legend you knew. 

that is what destiny looks like from the perspective of the Fallen. or should i say

the Eliskni.