More than a century has passed since Liliath crept into the empty sarcophagus of Saint Marguerite, fleeing the Fall of Ystara. But she emerges from her magical sleep still beautiful, looking no more than nineteen, and once again renews her single-minded quest to be united with her lover, Palleniel, the archangel of Ystara.
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In the not-too-distant future, the founder of America’s largest tech company becomes addicted to the company’s product that lets you relive your past. Consumed by the mystery of how he became the man he is, his growing obsession threatens his relationship with his daughter as he is forced to choose: the past or the present.
Princess Anya has the ability to break curses with a kiss and sets off on a Quest that, if she plays it right, will ultimately free her land — and teach her a thing or two about the use of power, the effectiveness of a well-placed pucker, and the finding of friends in places both high and low.
Jane Charlotte has been arrested for murder. She tells police that she is a member of a secret organization devoted to fighting evil; her division is called the Department for the Final Disposition of Irredeemable Persons—”Bad Monkeys” for short.
From the New York Times-bestselling author Marissa Meyer, Heartless is the story of Alice in Wonderland’s Queen of Hearts that we never knew — until now. Set to be published on November 8, 2016 by Feiwel & Friends, this young adult novel is already making a wondrous impression on the film rights market.
UPDATE (3.10.16): Imperative Entertainment wins the war for David Grann’s Killers of the Flower Moon with a massive $5 million bid, making this one of the richest book deals to go down in recent history. Imperative beat out an offer from Star Wars director JJ Abrams.
A massive bidding war is underway right now as some of Hollywood’s biggest players compete for the rights to Lost City of Z author David Grann’s upcoming Killers Of The Flower Moon. A-listers are attached and studios are swarming as the year’s biggest bidding war gets underway!
Chronicles the real-life 1920s mystery surrounding the suspicious deaths of several Osage Indians, who were at the time among the richest people on the planet. The story follows the twists and turns of the investigation that eventually became the first major case solved by J. Edgar Hoover’s brand new FBI.
Screenwriter Geoff Rodkey brings comedy, adventure, and mayhem in the second installment of his Tapper Twins series, told through a mix of chat logs, screenshots, and text messages between the twins’ clueless parents. The TV and film rights are currently available.
With front row tickets at Madison Square Garden on the line in a charity scavenger hunt, the whole school races to trade in sights seen for points, but they may not get to the finish line with their dignity-and social lives-intact.
Contributing editor of The Rolling Stone, David Kushner, published a new article in the zine entitled “The Darknet: Is the Government Destroying ‘the Wild West of the Internet?'” in October of this year, taking the reader inside the web’s secret platform known as The Darknet. It’s now on the TV and film rights market.
The buzz surrounding This is How It Really Sounds, the latest novel from award-winning author Stuart Archer Cohen, has been gradually building throughout the summer, putting the rights squarely in Hollywood’s sights.
Rights to the first literary project from Sonia Faruqi, Project Animal Farm, have hit the market. The investment banker-turned-food-farm-investigator’s critcally acclaimed debut is part memoir, part expose of the global food industry, being pitched as Wild meets The Omnivore’s Dilemma.
Logline: Based on the true-story of Sonia Faruqi, an Ivy League graduate and Wall Street investment banker who had no idea that the night she arrived at the doorstep of a dairy farm would mark the beginning of a journey that would ultimately wind all the way around the world.
Combining hard-hitting investigative journalism and a sweeping family narrative, this provocative true story reveals a little-known chapter of American history: the period after the Brown v. Board of Education decision when one Virginia school system refused to integrate.
In a future where the government euthanizes anyone over fifty displaying signs of cognitive decline, a young girl begins to question the system when her mother is diagnosed with early onset dementia and her propagandist boyfriend whispers of a drug that could treat it.
Logline: In a future where a government-mandated Great Library controls the distribution of books and information, a young man’s book-dealing black market parents send him undercover to become an apprentice for the Great Library. After he invents a device that could change the world, he soon discovers the disturbing and violent lengths to which the Library will go to protect their institution.