The process of adapting a book (or short story) for the big screen is a tricky one. Decisions have to be made as to what to keep, what to leave out and what to change. In the end, it seems impossible to please everyone. But some adaptations do work, some are disastrous and some stand on their own separate from the books.
What makes a good love song so touching? What makes a love song so bad it’s almost good? And why is it that, when we’re brokenhearted, even the very cheesiest can bring us to tears?
Guests Kelly Estep, Robert Gieszl, Randy Smith, and Deanna Tinsley discuss their summer reading recommendations; listeners call with their own picks.