The Nightmares on Elm Street Parts 1, 2, 3: The Continuing Story

The Nightmares on Elm Street Parts The Continuing Story None

  • Title: The Nightmares on Elm Street Parts 1, 2, 3: The Continuing Story
  • Author: Jeffrey Cooper
  • ISBN: 9780312905170
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    One thought on “The Nightmares on Elm Street Parts 1, 2, 3: The Continuing Story”

    1. The first two stories were pretty good, though the author doesn't seem to have taken the job too seriously. The best example of a transition we get is, "And then"Like this: Nancy walked down the stairs. They felt like they had been made of quicksand.And then she saw the man with the finger knives.That is actually in the book.The third book is a little bit better if you don't mind a heavy dose of cheesy one-liners and poorly executed action sequences. Also, as has been pointed out, the third stor [...]

    2. This book is a good horror book, but not great. The author fails to highlight the charisma of Freddy Krueger, the grotesque character that many times characterizes him, and in many parts he does not dwell on events. A real fan of the movie saga would not look forward to seeing the character so dear to him, but this is little in this book.

    3. Interesting idea for a series of books that take readers into a psychological thriller. What is real and what isn't? This book is a thriller to read with the lights on and be careful after you fall asleep.

    4. A nightmare on Elm street- The first film/story that was based on the script that was writen by Wes Craven has always been one of my favourites. My favourite characters are Nancy, Glen and Tina I always thought Rod was creepy and annoying. I have seen the first film many times, so it was easy to read through this story, it's just as good as the film. I never understood why Freedy Krueger was so easily killed or why it takes so long for him to anything interesting or frightening/creepy. If he can [...]

    5. Fun and very readable novelizations of the first three A Nightmare on Elm Street films. Each one is only about 70 pages long, so they never tax one's patience. The prose is on the level of decent (but not great) YA fiction, but it's still an enjoyable walk down memory lane for any horror fans who grew up in the '80s.For whatever reason, 1987 was a really good year for retroactive novelizations of the two most popular horror franchises in the United States. This book was published to coincide wit [...]

    6. Extremely short and poorly written. You know a book is bad when the authors idea of a transition are the words "And then"Only worth it because Part 3 is based on the original screenplay by Wes Craven and is VERY different from the actual movie.

    7. I enjoyed this book. The novelizations of parts 1 and 2 were pretty much spot on with the films. Part 3 was similar to the movie, but it took a very different turn. I really enjoy the different version.

    8. I love this book, except the 3rd part is different than the movie, an the movie version is WAY WAY WAY better. But the 1st 2 parts remain faithful to the movies and that's why it has 4 starts.

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