We love playing 'fantasy film casting' with our favourite YA reads. And to celebrate Ferryman by Claire McFall being shortlisted for the Scottish Book Awards (Scottish Book Awards 2013) and the fact that you can grab a kindle copy for the bargain price of 99p on Amazon (Ferryman on Amazon) we've been getting all excited about who should play Dylan and Tristan.
Check out our picks of Hollywood hotties and post your comments below.
For the role of Tristan we're looking for a hero who is as wild as Heathcliff, as gorgeous as Gale, as aloof as Mr Darcy and as desirable as Edward. Not asking much eh?
1. Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games)
2. Sam Claflin (Snow White and the Huntsman)
3. Ian Somerhalder (Vampire Diaries)
4. Chris Hemsworth (Avengers)
5. Andrew Garfield (Spiderman)
For the role of Dylan we're looking for a girl who embodies the qualities mentioned in this quote from Ferryman
"She was a character that was strong but didn't know it, brave; but didn't realise it, and totally and utterly caring as well."
1. Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect)
2. Emma Watson (Harry Potter)
3. Emma Stone (Easy A)
4. Dakota Fanning (Twilight)
5. Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick Ass)
If you haven't already read Ferryman it comes highly recommended. It is a very interesting and original YA novel about issues like life, death and love.
When teenager Dylan emerges from the wreckage of a train crash onto a bleak Scottish hillside, she meets a strange boy who seems to be waiting for her. But Tristan is no ordinary teenage boy, and the journey across the desolate, wraith-infested wasteland is no ordinary journey. A moving, epic love story that is exciting, scary, funny, thought-provoking and truly original.
For August only pick up a kindle copy of Ferryman for 99p in the Amazon Kindle Summer Promotion (Ferryman on Amazon).
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Check out author Claire McFall on BBC Radio 4 Extra - Talking about her favorite books for 'Inheritance Books'
You can also follow Claire on Twitter @mcfall_claire!