Pacific Rim: The Official Movie Novelization
Publish date: July 16th 2013
Publisher: Titan Books
Pages no: 339
Edition language: English
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Have you seen the movie? Did you like the movie? Were you confused for how certain things worked or what to know more about the character and world?Well then pick up this book in which the entire movie is expanded on. We get to learn so much more about all the characters and their inner thoughts. It...
I would only recommend this book to people who have already seen the movie. The book obviously does not capture the epicness of the movie.I am obsessed with Pacific Rim. Obsessed. It is not my kind of movie at all: action adventure with a predominantly male cast. Alas, I love it.The actual writing o...
I mean, yes, there was a lot of bashing of Jaegers, but that was to be expected after having seen the movie. The truth is that this was another hit by Alex Irvine; I'd been told this was good by some people, and not to purchase it by others. When it hit the two dollar mark as a Kindle book, tho...
Fills in a lot of spaces that I wondered about after watching the movie. Also enjoyed the more in-depth treatment of side characters like Newt and Pentecost. Writing, however, seems to be full of invented technical jargon that was hard to imagine. Oh well.
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