Book Reviews of Alien 3: The Novelization

Alien 3: The Novelization
Alien 3 The Novelization
Author: David Giler, Larry Ferguson, Vincent Ward, Walter Hill
ISBN-13: 9780446362160
ISBN-10: 0446362166
Publication Date: 6/1992
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed Alien 3. It is very close to the movie as it should be, and of course explains everything in much greater detail. It is book #3 of the Alien quadrilogy. As I recall, the movie Alien 3 is labeled #5 which doesn't make sense. Sigourney Weaver as Lt. Ellen Ripley shines through in both the book, and the movie.
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Here even the wind screams. Abondoned hulks of machinery rust in the colorless landscape. Dark, oily seas beat against a jagged black shore. And the remnants of a reentry space vehicle crash into the rough waves. In it sleeps Ripley, a woman who has battled the Enemy twice. It killed her whold crew the first time. The second time, it slaughtered a spaceload of death-dealing Marines. Now, on this prison planet that houses only a horde of defiant, captive men, she will have to fight the ultimate alien horror one more time before it rips apart a whole world...