As the “To All the Boys” trilogy of films has wrapped up on Netflix, Jenny Han signed an Amazon deal to adapt her “Summer I Became Pretty” books to screen.
Last Friday Netflix released To All the Boys 3: Forever and Ever, the final installment of the trilogy adapted from Jenny Han’s novels. Lara Jean’s love adventures and peregrinations have gathered thousands of fans around the world. While they bid farewell to the heroine played by Lana Condor, Han is already preparing the sequel. The author has in fact signed a contract with Amazon Prime Video to adapt another of her literary trilogies entitled The Summer I Turned Pretty (The summer when I became pretty), published between 2009 and 2011.
Jenny Han, who specializes in writing young adult novels, tells us here the story of Belly, a teenage girl who spends her summer holidays with her mother and her brother with friends. She then finds herself at the center of a love triangle with two opposing brothers. The first novel will be split into 8 episodes on Amazon. We do not yet know who will play the main roles but we already know that Jenny Han will be co-writer.
This announcement should in any case displease fans who impatiently await the announcement of a To all 4 boys, which Jenny Han once considered writing if Netflix was a plaintiff. But if they liked Lara Jean’s stories, they will surely be won over by Belly’s …