The one thing I’m adamant about is reading. Read everything. Just read.
Which means that my selection of books ends up being from eclectic to downright head tilting at times.
Next book up for a review is not one most wouldn’t think of as part of anyone’s library. Movie novelizations aren’t the next Jeffrey Archer’s or Stephen King’s (despite how many of their books have been made into movies). But movie novelizations got me reading as a young loner teenager who preferred books over people.
So on occasion I still pick them up.
Now don’t get me wrong there’s a big difference between reading a novelization and one that was the inspiration of a film … one day I’ll do a post on The Snowman by Jo Nesbø, but until then …
Enjoy Wonder Woman!
As someone who enjoyed the movie for it’s innovation of character and bringing back Wonder Woman as a strong female character, I was curious on how the ‘Movie Novelization’ would read out.
It wasn’t a difficult read, I finished it in a few hours (though months apart) It was enjoyable, the writing was good but not in-depth, I had been hoping for more character insight or history. It followed the movie closely, even if you wanted more.
For a movie novelization it was one of the best I’ve read. I would recommend it to people who have seen the movie or not. You’ll fall in love with Diane and feel her pain, devotion and love.