After the success of the film adaptation for the young-adult novel To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Netflix is set to adapt three more YA novels soon, this time by the popular bestselling author, Sarah Dessen!
The announcement was made on the night before the release of Dessen's newest book, The Rest of the Story. The film adaptations will be produced by Screen Arcade's Bryan Unkeless and Eric Newman, and will be executive produced by Alyssa Rodrigues.
Thanks SO MUCH for your kind words and excitement about this. I can't read too many of your tweets at once or I start blubbering. Y'all are the best. ❤️https://t.co/6reU6AlJhM— sarahdessen (@sarahdessen) May 31, 2019
Along for the Ride, the first book to be adapted into a feature film, centers on Auden West who becomes an insomniac since her parents divorced. When she spends a summer with her dad and his new family, she also gets a job that introduces her to the world of girls which she missed out on. She also meets Eli, a fellow insomniac who guides her in the "nocturnal world" of their town. The book tells the story of two lonely people who are learning to connect with each other.
This Lullaby is another New York Times Bestseller, about Remy, who has a whole set of rules when it comes to dating and relationships. However, when she meets Dexter, she realizes that these rules don't seem to apply anymore.
Lastly, Once and For All follows wedding planner Louna, a skeptic when it comes to romance. She's determined to avoid meeting potential dates, especially with her busy schedule, but that chances when she needs to work with the client's brother, Ambrose.
Sarah Dessen is the New York Times Bestselling author of a dozen novels for teens, that's been published in over thirty countries worldwide. Her most recent work is The Rest of the Story, a tale about Emma Saylor who reconnects with her family and falls in love over the course of one magical summer. Some of Dessen's other titles are Keeping the Moon, Dreamland, This Lullaby, The Truth About Forever, Lock and Key, What Happened to Goodbye, and more.