NEW ADAPTATIONS: CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN'S ARARAT FANTASY NOVEL TO BECOME TV SERIES, CLAIRE MCFALL'S FERRYMAN FANTASY TRILOGY MOVING TO THE BIG SCREENS - All stuff

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NEW ADAPTATIONS: CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN'S ARARAT FANTASY NOVEL TO BECOME TV SERIES, CLAIRE MCFALL'S FERRYMAN FANTASY TRILOGY MOVING TO THE BIG SCREENS

CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN'S ARARAT
TO BECOME TELEVISION SERIES
Ararat will be turned into a TV series
As Deadline reports, AGC Television will turn Christopher Golden's book ARARAT into TV series. The 2007 best seller is getting a sequel The Pandora Room this spring. The story is set in the aftermath of an earthquake which reveals a secret cave inside Mount Ararat, and a daring newly engaged couple are determined to be the first ones inside. What they discover will change everything – the cave is actually a buried ancient ship that many come to believe is Noah’s Ark. Their adventure quickly turns into a horrific nightmare when a massive blizzard traps them inside. As they pray to be rescued, something wicked is listening to their prayers – and it wants to answer. The third part of the book Red Hands will be out in 2020.

CLAIRE MCFALL'S FERRYMAN
TO GET A MOVIE TREATMENT!
Ferryman saga is ending this spring
Legendary has, meanwhile, hired Kelly Marcel to adapt and direct Claire McFall's best selling fantasy saga FERRYMAN into a movie. The trilogy, which is ending with the third part this spring, has been a massive success around the world (even in China where it sold in more than million copies).
FERRYMAN follows a young girl named Dylan as she emerges from the debris of a train crash on an empty Scottish landscape. Believing herself to be the only survivor, she learns instead that she is the only fatality – and is trapped in a dangerous limbo. She meets a mysterious boy named Tristan, her ferryman, sent to guide her through the wasteland and into the afterlife, but they fall in love with perilous consequences.

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