Publish date: July 30th 1991
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 278
Edition language: English
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**There is one spoiler below regarding a character death. It is marked with a spoiler tag** There were a few things that I found highly unnecessary. I know this is written in a time period much different from today, but some of the outdated stuff in this did bother me a little bit. Also the thing ...
I guess there must be something wrong with the book when the reader is rooting for the shark instead of the characters. I have to admit I was secretly hoping that the shark would eat all of the characters at some point in the story, because the shark is awesome and the most intelligent being in the ...
I really had pretty high hopes or Jaws. I don’t know, how often I have seen the movie and although I love sharks (and I am actually trying to find a location for my next holiday where I can go shark diving to see those beauties at close quarters) I could watch it over and over again. So I couldn’t i...
First I want to thank Steven Spielberg for ruining the fun with swimming in lakes as a child. because of course there could be sharks in lakes...in Sweden. Second, I want to thank him for letting Ellen Brody be a background character in the movie so the movie wasn't ruined by that F*****g bitch. ...
A movie novelization is a book written based on the screenplay of a film. I have loved movie novelizations since I was in middle school. It's very different from reading a book that a movie is based on. Movie novelizations usually end up being pretty close to what you see on the screen though you wi...