Book Reviews of Independence Day

Independence Day
Independence Day
Author: Stephen Molstad, Roland Emmerich, Dean Devlin
ISBN-13: 9780061056871
ISBN-10: 0061056871
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: HarperEntertainment
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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better than the movie
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As bad as can be expected for a book based on a science fiction movie.
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Even better than the movie
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This is the novel that became the movie starring Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, and Bill Pullman. As a side-note, the book is a bit worn. The cover shows wear and has a bend in it. All text pages are intact, but there are 1-2 pages in the pictures section of the book that are coming out; none are missing. Below is an excerpt from the back cover of the book:

"July 2nd. Atmospheric phenomena begin to appear all around the world; the skies are ablaze. Satellite communications are interrupted without explaination, and fear grips the cities of the world. As the phenomena cool down, it is clear that a force of incredible magnitude has arrived. Their mission - to eliminate all human life. Over the course of the next three days in July, the world will be changed, forever."
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July 2nd. Atomospheric phenomena begin to appear all around the world; the skies are ablaze. Satellite communications are interrupted without explanation, and fear grips the cities of the world. As the phenomena cool down, it is clear that a force of incredible magnitude has arrived. Their mission-- to eliminate all human life. Over the course of the next three days in July, the world will be changed, forever.

The countdown to the end of the world has begun. Independence Day, once a joyous day of freedom and celebration, now takes on an entirely new and absolutely unpredictable meaning.

Contains photos from the movie.
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July 2nd. Atomospheric phenomena begin to appear all around the world; the skies are ablaze. Satellite communications are interrupted without explanation, and fear grips the cities of the world. As the phenomena cool down, it is clear that a force of incredible magnitude has arrived. Their mission-- to eliminate all human life. Over the course of the next three days in July, the world will be changed, forever.

The countdown to the end of the world has begun. Independence Day, once a joyous day of freedom and celebration, now takes on an entirely new and absolutely unpredictable meaning.