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This book was completely different from the movie version. Completely. Different. You can go blue in the face arguing which version is better, but I think they are so strikingly... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've read reviews that said the film was preferable to the book because the vignettes were of better quality, so I'm interested in seeing the film to compare. Read morePublished 5 months ago by K.C. May
Experiences of life give a young boy the answers to a question/answer TV show, but are not believed. The book was way better than the movies.Published 5 months ago by Nancy A. Pontious
Truly enjoyed this read. The format was interesting. The plotline gave insight into the culture. Saw the movie and wouldn't waste my time. It wasn't a bit like the book.Published 10 months ago by Ann Hartman
Let me just preface by saying that I had not seen the movie before I read the book, nor did I have any idea what it was about. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Laura Sweeney
Shales' grating voice damaged this as much as the title being changed from the true ("Q & A") to the false ("Slumdog Millionaire"). Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nagronsky