Wrong Turn: The Rise of Seroquel is a new action-filled, TV-MA story that tells the exciting tale of a young woman (Haylie Duff) who, unbeknownst to her father (David Strathairn), is part of a secret government project. When the project fails, her world is turned upside down and she finds herself the target of the police. With help from a special forces group called Alpha Team (led by FBI agent Dante Stamper), she is assigned to the case, but when she is accused of a crime she never committed, she must find out just what went wrong in the first place. Directed by Greg Garcia, this film is based on the book of the same name and stars Haylie Duff and Michael Chiklis.
The rise of seroquel has caused many books to be written about the era of television shows like Wrong Turn. One such book, according to the publishers Who's That, is a "fast read" with a "magnificent cast of characters." The novel is co-written by Greg Garcia, the director of the hit movie adaptation of the same name. It's clear the likeness is there, from the complex plot to the action packed episodes. This adaptation of the book was originally developed for CBS Television with an eye to turning it into a television series. Now, it appears, it will be moving into the streaming media arena.
As previously mentioned, the rise of seroquel has lead to many works being produced about this era of American literature. According to Garcia, the concept for the film will be drawn from the book, with the use of current technology to tell the stories. He states, "The idea is that the audience can experience the book as they would be experiencing it through a modern digital television set-in this case, through streaming media." With this in mind, he is hoping to draw a distinction between what is known in the book as the "hard" story and the "soft" stories of the digital age, which are becoming more popular in the digital world as we speak.
The book itself is already in pre-production with Garcia penning the screenplay and overseeing the casting and filming of the film. He states, "The great thing about adapting Wrong Turn is that you can use almost anything as the basis for the story...I'm planning on doing a trilogy of movies based on the book, so I've been getting a lot of ideas from that point." He further explains, "I have the freedom to choose what I want to include in the film, and I'm excited about the prospect of exploring some of the lesser-known stories about the time period." Most of these lesser known stories come from lesser-known sources, such as diaries and letters written by military personnel during this time period.
Right Turn 21 is not the only adaptation of this work to hit theaters this year. There is also the movie version entitled Wrong Turn 2021. This film is expected to be much darker than the book, even taking into consideration the amount of time period involved in the story. Many film critics have suggested that this adaptation may not live up to expectations, but this is certainly one to keep an eye out for.
Finally, if you happen to know any English speakers who would be interested in reading the novel, there is a possibility that they could translate the text for you, although this is by no means guaranteed. As with many translation projects, this will most likely be done by hiring a company or individual to handle the translation. You may have to pay for this, but it is usually minimal. Once you receive your copy of the audiobook, you should then decide whether or not you want to purchase the book. You must remember, though, that this is an audio book and you may find yourself wanting to listen to the film at some point!