Krull epub

by Alan Dean Foster


Krull epub

ISBN: 0446306428

ISBN13: 978-0446306423

Author: Alan Dean Foster

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: Warner Books (July 1, 1983)

ePUB book: 1691 kb

FB2 book: 1851 kb

Rating: 4.7

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Books by. Alan dean foster. Now we have only one enemy we must concern ourselves with: these Slayers who are enemy to us all.

Books by. Published by. Warner books. Warner Books, In. 666 Fifth Avenue, New York, . A Warner Communications Company. We must stop them somehow or they will make slaves of us all. I make this alliance with Turold's son for all Krull, for all the people. The common folk must know that against these invaders, the kingdoms stand united.

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Krull The boy pulled the collar of his coat tighter against his neck. It was a damp, chilly morning. Soon the land would sleep beneath a thick mantle of white wet down. Nearby the flock cropped methodically at the long grass. The boy pulled the collar of his coat tighter against his neck.

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Alan Dean Foster (born November 18, 1946) is an American writer of fantasy and science fiction, who has written several book series, more than 20 standalone novels and many novelizations of film scripts.

Alan Dean Foster (born November 18, 1946) is an American writer of fantasy and science fiction, who has written several book series, more than 20 standalone novels and many novelizations of film scripts. Foster earned a bachelor's degree in political science and a MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles and currently resides in Prescott, Arizona, with his wife. He is a cousin of singer Lesley Gore. Foster also holds multiple state and one world record in senior powerlifting.

He was born in New York City but was raised mainly in California. in Political Science from UCLA in 1968 and got his Master of Fine Arts degree from University of California, Los Angeles in 1969.

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On the distant planet of Krull, two warring empires join together in a deadly battle against the forces of evil
First off, I have to say that I am a big fan of the movie. I know a lot of people think it's cheesy or hokey, but I just love it. It has all the right elements-- an intriguing story, love, battles, great acting, awesome music, etc. Some of the effects aren't that great, but oh well. Are there a few plot-holes? Maybe--but I just let my imagination fill in the gaps. It's a two hour movie, but a LOT happens in those two hours. All the same, every time I was done watching the movie, I wanted MORE. I want to know history, and back-stories and thoughts that you just can't get in a movie.
This is where the book comes in. I was so glad when I found this book on-line, so I could maybe get some of what I was looking for. I had some trepidations, because what if the book was poorly written? What if it didn't jive the way I wanted it to? What if I was left as unsatisfied with the book as I was with the movie?
Is this book a paragon of writing? No. But I did get my explanations for some of the actions I was curious about.

I got:
-a history of Colwyn and Lyssa, and their reasoning (in detail) of why they decided to get married.
-the feelings of mis-giving Ynyr had about Colwyn's choice of army.
-more of the friendship that grew between Ergo, Rell and Titch.
-a sad look at the female changeling who could not make Colwyn betray Lyssa
-explanations for a multitude of little things that I didn't even know I had questions about until they were explained--then I thought, "Oh, that makes sense..."

There are some things I didn't get-- Ynyr always hinted at something, but never got around to telling Colwyn. So like Colwyn, I have to guess!

I enjoyed the read because I could picture all the actors from the movie doing everything, and I could hear James Horner's music setting the mood, and I got a fuller story the movie--and no movie ever can-- possibly give. I don't know that the book can stand alone without the movie--but it is a great supplement.
As one would expect from a novelization, this follows the movie very closely. It does expand the story somewhat, hinting at why Colwyn and Lyssa are uniquely suited to facing the Beast. It even proposes that Ynyr and the Widow of the Web were the last pair that might have face the Beast. Would have been nice to see that further explored and the world of Krull more developed.
I was a big fan of the movie, and couldn't find a new, unused one, so I bought this on, for what I thought would be a good deal. The deal was good, but I was disappointed in the book itself. It wasn't as good as the movie.
Both Krull the novel and the film had great potential to be excellent entertainment. However there was a lot left to be desired in both. The book was written after the movie and follows it without much deviation. The book does give it's reader better insight into the minds of the characters and situations, however it is still lacking in detail. I am left with questions that will go unanswered and I find that annoying. The writing is poor and at times it is so bad I find it hilarious. The author writes things such as "Booty belongs to masters, not servants..." (this is Ynyr's answer to Colwyn when he asks what the Slayers will do to Lyssa). Nevertheless if you enjoyed the movie but want more insight into the story I recommend reading the book.
This is one on Foster's best writings. It inthralled me and kept me going with an adventure that didn't slow down. There is also some moral themes. They are in the background and don't scream out at you, leaving you to fully enjoy the story. This book is well worth reading and better than the movie.