For those unsated by all 150 minutes of Noah, the Biblical-eco-epic that's laying waste to the US and is shortly to flood multiplexes the world over, there are a number of literary avenues to explore. There's the Bible, for starters the relevant bits can be found in splashy opening chapter. The graphic novel, co-written by Aronofsky, with its hard-night-at-the-fancy-dress-party cover.
There's an official movie novelisation by Mark Morris (Crowe on front cover, big wave on the back). And the more slimline Noah: Isa's Story, a novel by Susan Korman, based on the screenplay, and focusing on Noah's entirely fabricated daughter-in-law (Emma Watson staring soulfully on the front, snogging in a forest on the back).