Star Trek Movie Tie-In

Star Trek Movie Tie-In

Star Trek Movie Tie-In, by Alan Dean Foster

Based on my favorite movie of the year, the vengeful Romulan Nero has traveled back in time to the early years of Kirk and Spock. Nero is determined to destroy everything dear to Spock. In changing the past, Nero has created an alternate reality. One where destinies have yet to be fulfilled. Can Kirk and Spock, two complete opposites, work together to save their captain, the Enterprise, and the entire Federation?

Written from the original screenplay, the Star Trek novel only improves upon the original story. Giving more depth into the story and characters, giving more explanations, and additional scenes, Foster has written one of the best tie-in novels that I’ve ever read. The novel retains all of the suspense, drama, and comedy. It’s a wonderful story of revenge and destiny. As with the film, one doesn’t need to be a Star Trek fan to enjoy this science fiction success. If you enjoyed the film, love reading, and can’t wait for the future DVD release, go pick up this fantastic novelization.

Room 59: Black Widow

Room 59: Black Widow

Room 59: Black Widow, by “Cliff Ryder”

When her brother is killed in the line of duty, a MI6 agent agrees to go undercover and assist the international secret organization known as Room 59. Ajza’s mission is to infiltrate a terrorist organization that uses widows as vengeful suicide bombers. Meanwhile, she will learn the harsh truth behind her brother’s death.

Ajza is a strong and fierce woman, a skillful spy and looking for justice. And though she is forced into a corner by Room 59, Ajza would do anything to find her brother’s killers.

This is an exciting installment, with all of the espionage, suspense, and heart-pounding action that make the Room 59 series so great. In this contribution by Mel Odom, the characters are just as important as the story. It’s a well-balanced novel with plenty of action scenes, drama, intrigue, and surprises. Military suspense and spy fans shouldn’t miss this installment to a fantastic series.

First Look: CW’s Vampire Diaries

This latest teen drama is based on a series of books (prior to Twilight) by L.J. Smith, which I will now be trying to find.

Elena Gilbert has always been a star student; beautiful, popular and involved with school and friends. As the fall semester begins, Elena becomes fascinated with mysterious new boy in school, Stefan Salvatore, and she has no way of knowing he is a centuries-old vampire. While Stefan struggles to live peacefully among humans, his brother Damon is the embodiment of violence and brutality. Now these two vampire brothers – one good, one evil – are at war for Elena’s soul in the small town of Mystic Falls, Virginia.

Terminator: Salvation: The Official Movie Novelization

Terminator: Salvation

Terminator Salvation: The Official Movie Novelization, by Alan Dean Foster

Judgment Day has come and gone. And John Connor a leader for the Resistance is searching for Kyle Reese, a teenager who will one day become his father. But the machines are advancing faster than they were supposed to. And Connor must stay one step ahead if he is to fulfill his destiny.

Marcus Wright, a death-row inmate, donated his body to science before his sentence of lethal injection. And after his death, he awakens in a post-apocalyptic world. He is met and befriended by a young Kyle Reese, before they are attacked by the machines.

The heart of the story revolves around Marcus Wright and his hope for a second chance at life. John Connor must make some difficult decisions regarding an attack on SkyNet. When Reese is captured, Connor risks his life to save his future father’s.

In this adaptation from the latest Terminator movie, Foster gives more depth and a slightly different ending than that of the slightly surprising one in the film. Just as exciting as the movie, Terminator fans will enjoy this non-stop, action-packed novelization.

Wolverine And The X-Men: Deadly Enemies

Wolverine And The X-Men: Deadly Enemies

Press Release:
This July, get ready for more Wolverine and the X-Men Action! And just when the summer couldn’t get any better for Comic Book Fans everywhere……

Marvel Animation and Lionsgate will bring Wolverine fans the eagerly anticipated 2nd DVD from Nicktoons Network’s hit animated series Wolverine And The X-Men. In Wolverine And The X-Men: Deadly Enemies, fans can check out 5 all-new action-packed adventures including another heart-pounding showdown pitting Wolverine against fan-favorite The Incredible Hulk! The DVD includes an audio commentary from the show creators and is packaged with an embossed O-Card. Wolverine And The X-Men: Deadly Enemies hits shelves July 21, 2009 for the suggested retail price of $14.98.

Wolverine and the X-Men continue their fight to prevent an unspeakable future as menacing opponents await in Wolverine and the X-Men: Deadly Enemies. The X-Men fight to save Storm’s life after the parasitic Shadow King infiltrates her mind. And Wolverine teams up with Gambit to ‘steal back’ a technological collar that inhibits mutant powers, before Senator Kelly can use it against them. On the high seas, Nightcrawler battles devious pirates, in the business of kidnapping mutant refugees for their mysterious master, Mojo. In order to protect his friends, Wolverine must face-off against the Incredible Hulk, but he soon discovers there is a new enemy lurking in the darkness. And in a shocking request from Professor Xavier in the future, Wolverine and the X-Men must return a young mutant to the custody of their most relentless adversary, the MRD.

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