Author Jenny Han’s work ‘To All The Boy’ had taken the world by a storm with its adaptation.

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History might repeat itself with another adaptation of her work ‘To the Summer I Turned Pretty’

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before hit Netflix in 2018, where many believed that the adaptation launchd a rom-com era with more diversity.

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With the trilogy coming to a close last year, Jenny Han is bringing her first coming-of-age trilogy, called The Summer I Turned Pretty, to life.

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With the second project in place, the novelist has gotten more involved with her adaptations.

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She spoke about her previous experience and mentioned that she learned a lot of how film production is a team effort and that one should be surrounded by people who are really good at their jobs.

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With the ‘To All The Boys’ project, Han received a hands-on education about what entails a project.

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 Jenny Han launched her own production company called Jenny Kissed me, which ‘the Summer I Turned Pretty’ is produced under.

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The series follows a teen named Belly who returns to her family friends’ beach house for her annual summer vacation, except this summer she finds herself in a love triangle she didn’t expect

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 He further praised Tim Sale’s mastery at storytelling and panel layouts and use of lighting and shadows which infused his work with foreboding gravitas and dramatic noir sensibilities.

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 It is great to see an author taking control over her own work’s adaptation, considering that she is one of the few Asian-American female authors to get a popular book adapted into a major project.

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Han mentioned that she had worked on all elements in getting the series right.

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Ahead of the show’s release, Amazon Prime renewed it for a second season which will give Han a chance to adapt her second of three books about Belly.

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Meanwhile, Han is also working on All The Boys spinoff ‘XO, Kitty’, which will tell the story of laura Jean’s younger sister finding love.

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