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Directed by Steven Spielberg, produced by George Lucas and starring Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett and Shia LaBeouf , the much-loved adventurer Indiana Jones returns to our screens for a new installment of one of Hollywood’s most successful film series.
Written by New York Times bestselling author James Rollins, this novelisation of the movie captures the heart-stopping excitement and nail-biting tension of Indy’s latest rollercoaster escapade. Set in 1957, the film centres around mysterious crystal skulls, and pits Indiana Jones against agents of the Soviet Union.
Containing all the trademark action, adventure, mythology and humour that have made the movie series such a phenomenal success, the novelisation of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of The Crystal Skull is a must for Indy fans everywhere.
About the Author
James Rollins is the bestselling author of seven previous novels. He has a doctorate in veterinary medicine and his own practive in Sacramento, California. An amateur spelunker and a certified scuba enthusiast, he can often be found either underground or underwater.
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Comments about Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull:
Indiana Jones's fourth adventure comes to life in James Rollins' novel. The dialogue and descriptions are a bit clunky, with the author admitting that due to secrecy provisions, he was unable to request proof-readers before publication. Nevertheless the reader is presented with a page-turner and high adventure. Some of the henchman are understandably bland in description, so that Rollins' gets straight on with the action. There are some nice nods to moments in the film, though he doesn't really fully capture Cate Blanchett's Eastern European villain vixen. I have read the other novelisations of the preceding three movies and this is a near word-perfect retelling of the screenplay.
"If you're an Indy fan, you won't be able to put this down." Love it! 20080603
Number Of Pages: 330
Published: 22nd May 2008
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.000 x 13.000 x 2.400
Weight (kg): 0.240