You say that you have loved the movie and want to read the book because. This implies that you expect the book to be a rewarding experience. But you want a free copy which means it would be a pirated copy giving the author nothing in return for your reading experience. Does the math work for you? Do you think authors can continue to write without a source of income from their writing? You say you are broke. How would you like to be offered a job because the employer thinks you will do a great job but doesn't want to pay you because he cannot afford it. Would you want to work for such an employer? You say you are broke and yet you have an internet connection and a device that helps you access the internet. This may be a necessity for you and not a luxury and the book may be a luxury. Can you not put off the luxury until a time when you can afford it and pay the fair price? Further if you really want to read it, can you not opt for non-pirated options like public libraries or friends who may have a copy? Piracy of books is appalling. It's like denying someone the income t deserve from their work.
Why is that? People pirate things they otherwise couldn't afford. This is a crime which has no place in society. Many pirates have gone on to become writers. How do you feel about piracy? I know it doesn't work for everyone. Would you rather be a writer with a job and enjoy a life of luxury or go back to your old life of being a slave? Would you prefer to work for a living or pirate books? Would you rather to support a writer who has the freedom to write than a slave who is forced to starve to death? Piracy does not work for everyone. It works for the pirates, does not work for the publishers, and it works for nobody. How about we change this paradigm? How about we treat everybody equally? That would be the goal. People have spoken. And you want to listen. So.