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text 2017-06-16 15:19
Wonder Woman novelization
Wonder Woman: The Official Movie Novelization - Nancy Holder

I had to do a quick stop at Walmart last night. I spotted this and couldn't resist getting it. A movie novelization that isn't a Junior novel, yay!


I'm not planning on reading it just yet, but I did take a look at a few of my favorite scenes from the movie. I have a feeling this won't get above a 3-star rating from me. The scenes I read weren't bad, but there was very little extra for those who've seen the movie (like character thoughts, info that couldn't be shown on-screen, etc.), and the action was better on-screen. Oh well, maybe other scenes will be better.

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review 2017-04-17 00:00
Beauty and the Beast Novelization (Disney)
Beauty and the Beast Novelization (Disne... Beauty and the Beast Novelization (Disney) - Elizabeth Rudnick Love this novelization of the movie.
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review 2016-12-30 03:24
Interstellar by Greg Keyes
Interstellar: The Official Movie Novelization - Greg Keyes








From acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Triology, Inception), this is the chronicle of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage. At stake are the fate of a planet... Earth... and the future of the human race.






This book was very underwhelming in comparison to the movie which I really loved.

While I usually like reading books based on films / film adaptions to see the difference between the movie and the book it just can't compare this time around.

The book doesn't compare to the greatness of the film, the book doesn't depict Coopers personality as well as Matthew portrayed it. Which is expected but still I favor the film to the book this time around.


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text 2016-08-29 00:50
Reading progress update: I've read 209 out of 379 pages.
Suicide Squad: The Official Movie Novelization - Marv Wolfman

it's not high art, it was obviously written in haste, but it sure is a blast watching my Squad take over a novel.

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text 2016-08-28 17:39
Reading progress update: I've read 102 out of 379 pages.
Suicide Squad: The Official Movie Novelization - Marv Wolfman

pretty much what I was expecting so far...a lot of fun, and making a better job of the awkward main plot of the movie. all that crazy, zigzag, herky-jerky, "keep filling in the blanks with a million ill-placed flashbacks" crapola has been erased, and we have a clean narrative. of a main storyline I don't think was the best choice in the whole wide world. regardless, Marv Wolfman has done novels before, so I know he's never Shakespeare, but he can handle himself well (when he isn't being an insensitive dick with phrases like "beat-up beautiful", which understandably set off Grimlock just when things had been going alright...). Marv Wolfman is actually my favorite comic-book writer ever; he gave me Nova, Blade, Vigilante, The New Teen Titans, my all-time favorite Spider-Man run (Amazing Spider-Man #s 182-202ish, especially #s 193-200), an underrated run on Fantastic Four (attempted a grand crossover with Nova just as they canceled that series, but what got published was certainly worthwhile--Human Torch fans take note). what else?...oh Marv co-created Bullseye ("co-created" means the artist was in on any character creation and should at least be acknowledged in that manner), Night Force (reunited with Gene Colan, from their classic days on Tomb OF Dracula), then there's Deathstroke, The Omega Men, wrote some Werewolf By Night, there was Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), I think he was in on the original Ms. Marvel launch, wrote some Batman tales including Batman: Year 3...you get the picture.


if you're thinking "okay, that's everything BUT Suicide Squad", well, you're right! that's what's so cool--I get to see Marv Wolfman handling Deadshot, finally. in a way I would not have predicted, say 5 years ago. so I'll read this out of adoration for both my favorite team, and my favorite comic-book guy doing the novel. (I...I just wish they'd filmed the "Dragon's Hoard" storyline, or something).

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