He has sat back and watched Harry Potter, Twilight, Hunger Games, Enders Game, and now Divergent beome movies.
But where does the Weinstien Company look? Comany insiders inform us he is looking at the teen spy Alex Rider rival Jason Steed.
Alex Rider was the best selling teen spy novel, that was until Fledgling Jason Steed appeared on the shelves and out sold it on the back or a great endorsement by none other than Prince William who calls it his favorite novel.
The young adult teen spy books are a hot market and are aggressivy contended, favorites include Alex Rider, Jason Steed, CHERUB, Jimmy Coates, Young James Bond and Gallagher Girls.
Jason Steeds appeal has been the boy next door approach, readers have fallen in love with the character, who unlike any other hero, Jason does cry when he is hurt, some parts of the novel are emotional. The authors style has been criticzed by many for his basic story telling approach. His reply is said to be that she was not interested in the views of critics aged over 15.
The Jason Steed author, Mark A. Cooper refused to comment on speculation. Meanwhile CHERUB author Robert Muchamore has been for nearly three years 'Tweeting' he is talking to movie producers and TV producers for both a movie and series for TV, so far nothing has materialized. Robert Muchamore says he is in talks but won't give details of a production company.
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