Catriona neighborhoodnext novel The last unnecessary house on the street He recently got rave reviews from Stephen King, who praised him as “a true nerve-buster who keeps his mind-blowing secrets to the very end,” so it should come as no surprise that a film adaptation is in the works. Term Reports that Andy Serkis is on board to produce the film.
Serkis and Jonathan Cavendish will produce through Imaginarium Productions.
“The last unnecessary house on the street follows Ted, who lives with his daughter Lauren and their cat Olivia in a common house at the end of a common street. An indescribable secret unites them, and when a new neighbor moves in next door, what is buried among the birches behind their house will come back to haunt them all. “