Do You Enjoy Reading Books In Script Format

Posted 2016-12-11 by Catherine Van Bergenfollow

In July 2016, the rehearsal script for Harry Potter And The Cursed Child was released in book format. Playing at London's West End, this show was written by scriptwriters John Tiffany and Jack Thorne and was based on an original story from Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling. With no current plans for the show to be produced internationally, and with so many Harry Potter fans out there showing an interest, the book was an instant success, despite the format it was printed in.

In a similar fashion, J.K. Rowling's Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them was released as a screenplay script in November 2016. With the original story now out of print, and a reprint due in March 2017, the script format is the only way that people interested in the story are able to currently get a copy (unless they buy the novel second-hand).

Do you enjoy reading books in script format or do you prefer to read stories in a normal novel style? Would you buy a book in script format simply to have it or would you rather wait for an actual novel to be released? Would you rather read the script or watch the film/ play? If you buy a script, do you act it out or just read it as normal?


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