And a deeper question for writers…
It always takes me a while to recover from reading a Francine Rivers book because the characters continue to interact—scenarios from the book, and new ones as the heroes find themselves in further predicaments and need my help.
I googled the first question in my title and came up with numerous articles, all with explanations that made sense. Here are a few:
As the movie director, you watch the story play out before your eyes in the way that you can best relate to it. The characters may resemble, physically and psychologically, people you know, and may even help you to understand others better.
The movie is three hours long, with no chance to replay your favorite parts (if you’re in a movie theatre), but you can savour the book at your own pace. Read more “Why is the book better than the movie?”