Here are all the details based on the recent announcement of turning the novel 'Love Hypothesis' by the award-winning author Laura Steven into a TV show.
The book 'Love Hypothesis,' which is yet to be released, recently got evaluated by U.K. production banner Lime Pictures for TV. The YA novel is scheduled to premiere on Thursday, and the book is assumed to receive good reviews and responses from the readers after all the author is Laura Steven, whose previous book 'The Exact Opposite of Okay' became best-selling young adult debut in 2018 and won the inaugural Comedy Women in Print Prize.
The book 'Love Hypothesis' recently got evaluated by U.K. production banner Lime Pictures for TV. Source: Good Reads
The romance novel 'Love Hypothesis' is about the story of the main character Caro, a high school senior with stellar grades and outstanding academic record. She has many prestigious universities waiting for her with lucrative scholarships due to her exceptional performance in school. She is very much talented in her studies, but she is unable to master the talent in love and romance.
After several failures to be involved in any romantic relationships, she soon makes a scientific discovery that reveals her secret to chemistry and in love. This changes her perception, both on love and chemistry.
The novel 'Love Hypothesis' is about the story of her girl in her quest for success in love and chemistry. Source: Hollywood Reporter
After the finding of the secret, Caro starts to seek whether her long-time crush Haruki with her of his own free will? Are her feelings for her best girlfriend some sort of side-effect? Will her dog, Sirius, ever stop humping her leg? This way, the story revolves around her search for all of these questions, and the story progresses accordingly.
The novel came out to be so fitting for the motion picture that it was considered for Television by Lime Pictures. I hope the book will gain the same success on TV as it is expected to obtain in the paper.
Besides 'Love Hypothesis,' the British writer Laura Steven also wrote the feminist comedy 'The Exact Opposite of Okay' and its sequel, 'A Girl Called Shameless.'