The old version is nice but the newer one (maybe remake or fake sequel from the USA was not nice, the atmosphere wasn’t there later, that is also a reason why I’m unsure if I give the Tonke Dragt series on Netflix a try or not. Usually the movie/show is bad when I like the book and other way around too. It is rare, that I like both versions: book and movie/series).
Momo is also good, with movie and book and Astrid Lindgren’s books and series.
That’s true. For me it is something I keep in mind ‘forever’ no matter how long ago something is. So I could like something at a certain point but then I’m interested in something else but few things are like evergreens.
Paulo Coelho is also an evergreen author
(some modern authors aren’t because it can happen that I read a really great scifi thriller and then I read a new novel from the same author and suddenly it is terrible… I guess for me a ‘good’ author must be able to write several books on the same level even when the topic is of course different and the stories/characters change too).
Don’t you two read books/stories that stick in your mind for long? Longer than for a moment of a certain mood/interest?