Teen Romance ‘Soulstice: Luna’s Dream’ Possibly Coming to Film
According to the interwebs, the young adult vampire novel, Soulstice: Luna’s Dream by Lance Dow and Keana Texeira, is making its way to film. Both IMDb and the author’s website say that the teen romance will be made into a movie. Never heard of this book? Worry not, neither have I, and judging by the lack of reviews on Amazon and every other book site, no one else has either.
As much as I want to get excited about a brand new vampire film, I can’t in this case. There is little to no information on this supposed movie and that tells me that this is most likely the work of an unknown author hoping that their book will be made in a film. Until there are details on production, director, studio and cast… etc. I am simply going to assume that this is one movie not happening. If their website, Facebook or Twitter had any solid information on the film, then I would totally be on board. But there is nothing. Ah well.
I am being a negative Nancy though, so who knows, it’s possible they may eventually make a movie. In that case, here’s the book description:
“LUNA’S DREAM is the first installment in the thrilling teen romance and action packed saga between 15-year old vampire and social outsider, Luna Tremaine and 16-year old closet introvert turned star quarterback, Paul James. Dangerous desires put their young love and the loyalty of family and close friends to the ultimate test with Luna’s and Paul James’ forbidden mingling of vampires and humans; breaking an eons old vampire code. The danger explodes when a trio of deadly and “vicious” teen vampire cheerleaders from powerful vampire families, the “Killer Bees”, set their bloodlust onto the prize of Luna’s, Paul James. Luna and best friend Lily Burgoyne take that danger to unbelievable heights in the thrilling climax of SOULSTICE: LUNA’S DREAM.”
It may make a good movie… if it ever gets off the ground.
What do you think of the premise of Soulstice: Luna’s Dream? Will you give the book a read? Are you hoping it does come to film?
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).