For the last two weeks, I\u2019ve been sharing with you the titles of books that are going to be turned into movies in 2014. This is the last of the 16 titles, and once again, they all sound very interesting. Be sure and grab the book before the film comes out!\r\n\r\nUnbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand: This is the remarkable biography of Louis Zamperini, a budding juvenile delinquent turned Olympic runner who competes in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. When war breaks out, Louis joins the Army, manages to survive a plane crash only to be rescued by the Japanese and taken to a POW camp. His story is incredible, to say the least, and one of my favorite books. The movie stars Jack O\u2019Connell as Louis; the film is written by Joel and Ethan Coen, and is directed by Angelina Jolie. It opens in December.\r\n\r\nThe Maze Runner, by James Dashner: Ever since The Hunger Games books hit the scene, readers have been searching for more novels like them. The Divergent trilogy fits the bill, but so does The Maze Runner, again the first book in a trilogy set in a dystopian United States. Sixty boys survive in a completely enclosed environment, with a new boy arriving every 30 days. Thomas is the new arrival, and is soon involved in planning an escape from the glade through a maze that surrounds their living space. The film will star Dylan O\u2019Brien as Thomas, and will open in September.\r\n\r\nThe Hundred-Foot Journey, by Richard C. Morais: This is a debut novel about a man named Hassan Haji and his rise to fame as a Parisian chef. Haji\u2019s grandfather owns a modest restaurant in Bombay and this is where Hassan\u2019s story begins. We follow him from India to England to Paris, and watch his culinary star rise to great heights. The movie stars Manish Dayal and Helen Mirren and is being produced by Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey. It opens in August.\r\n\r\nThe Giver, by Lois Lowry: First published in 1993, Lowery won the Newbery Award for excellence in children\u2019s literature with this story of 12-year-old Jonas. In a world with no poverty, no unemployment, no unhappiness, Jonas is chosen to be the community\u2019s Receiver of Memories. Once he begins his study, he starts to understand the truth about his world. The Giver will star Meryl Streep and Taylor Swift. It should hit theaters in August.\r\n\r\nSerena, by Ron Rash: Newlyweds George and Serena Pemberton travel to North Carolina in 1929, where George plans on creating a timber empire. They work hard to make this dream come true in very dark, even violent ways. Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss in The Hunger Games movies) plays Serena, while Bradley Cooper plays George. This pair made last year\u2019s Silver Linings Playbook a winner; hopefully their on-screen chemistry continues. I couldn\u2019t find a definite release date for this film.