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  • Title: Gremlins
  • Author: George Gipe
  • ISBN: 0380866100
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. علي الماجد on said:

      بطل الرواية يحصل على هذا الكائن اللطيف و يفع في حبه و من لا يحب هذا الكائن المبتسم ذا الفراء الناعم و لكن لكي تربيه هناك ثلاثة شروط : الا تعرضه للماء و لا للشمس و لا يجب ان يتناول الطعام قبل منتصف الليل. لكن الخطاء وارد و تظهر عشرات الكائنات الشريرة التي تضحكك ترعبك في نفس الوقت [...]

    2. Adam Wilson on said:

      Gremlins was just a blast to read. I have never seen the movie but I heard enough about it to want to read a novelization of it and I really thought that this book was a perfect blend of amusing horror and thrilling scenes. I laughed out loud several times while reading, especially when the old woman met her end when one of the gremlins messed with her chair lift. This is one of those books that sounds absolutely terrible if you read the plot summary on the book before starting. I usually do thi [...]

    3. Indah Threez Lestari on said:

      If you want to keep a Mogwai as a pet, please remember these three warnings:1. Do not expose them to light.2. Do not get them wet.3. Above all, no matter how they cry, no matter how much they beg, never, never feed them after midnight.Well, the rules are created to be broken. If no one break the rules, there is no story about gremlins.I've watched the movie a long time ago and it scared me a lot. And this book reminded me how a cute little thing could be a clever, mischievous, intelligent, and d [...]

    4. Rebecca McNutt on said:

      Okay film novelization; it explains further the origin of the gremlins and where they came from but if you've already seen the film, you aren't missing much and this book really isn't worth it. I was really disappointed by all the choppy sentences and limited vocabulary.

    5. Saysa on said:

      A pesar de ser una novelización de la película me ha encantado. Hay muchas cosas que no se han visto en la película y poder saber qué pensaban los mogwais le ha dado un aspecto genial a la historia.

    6. Carly on said:

      De wetenschapper Mogturmen heeft eeuwen geleden op een verre planeet een nieuw ras wezens ontwikkeld. Dit ras noemde hij de Mogwai. Het nieuwe ras moest aan een aantal eisen voldoen. De Mogwai moesten zich aan elk soort klimaat en alle omstandigheden kunnen aanpassen, zich gemakkelijk voortplanten, intelligent zijn en bovenal vriendelijk. De Mogwai bleken echter ook een aantal onvoorziene tekortkomingen te hebben. Rand is tijdens een zakenreis in San Francisco opzoek naar een origineel kerstcade [...]

    7. Dele on said:

      This book scared the you-know-what outta me. I had to be in middle school when I read this because I had graduated to Dean Koontz (full-on horror) by high school.

    8. Marts(Thinker) on said:

      Who didn't enjoy those little Gremlins it's one of those horror stories almost everyone knew.

    9. Jami on said:

      Back in the 80's I read many, many movie adaptations. I don't know why.

    10. Heather's Mum on said:

      The movie, when first seen alone, late at night, scared the crap out of me as I eyed my own fireplace. The book was equally creepy.

    11. Bryan D on said:

      Damn, this has to be one of the greatest tie-in novels ever written. It goes into detail of the origin of the Mogwai, it answers numerous questions you probably didn't think to ask and others that probably annoyed you when you were a kid.The beauty of the novel, apart from the exceptional writing, is the history of the Mogwai and more details of previous Gremlin assaults; we hear more of the events that hit Kingston Falls on that unfortunate weekend and above everything else it proves that both [...]

    12. Ben on said:

      I was initially optimistic, given that this novelization starts out with some background information on the origin of the Mogwai, but in the end there weren't enough differences to overlook the less than excellent writing. So-so.

    13. Roger Walker on said:

      Thought it was a really good read! Had a few new scenes/concepts wich I won't spoil! If your a novelization or gremlins fan or both I would highly recommend it! It could have been alot shorter tho

    14. James Amoateng on said:

      Great. This is an example of science gone awry to produce monsters who terrify a small community

    15. Sebastien on said:

      Après avoir lu croc blanc et vu que les livres sont souvent meilleur que les films j'ai commencer à m'intéresser à des livres lié à des films que j'avais apprécié. Le suivant était donc Gremlins version française.Je dois dire que même si ça fait longtemps que j'ai lu ce livre, je me rappel encore ce qui m'a le plus plu par rapport à ce roman. Le niveau de détail sur les mogwai et les gremlins. Au début on assiste même à la création de la race par un être appeler le Mogtureman [...]

    16. Richie on said:

      It's the fluff that you ready between serious books. Just like the movie except for a few things have changes, like they fill out the back story of Gizmo and where he came from. There are also a few spots where the book is narrated from Gizmo's point of view.One thing that bothered me was that in the beginning of the book, the old man who runs the shop may or may not have told the dad character that Gizmo was a Mogwai (species). However it is clear that in his haste to purchase the Mogwai from t [...]

    17. Julie Decker on said:

      In this book, a strange creature called a Mogwai comes into the possession of a clueless family that fails to head the most important warnings: Don't let these creatures get wet, and don't feed them after midnight. The spawn of the Mogwai end up becoming enemies that threaten the safety of the town, and they have to fight a horror they are ill-equipped to handle.I read the book as a young child because I enjoyed the movie, but it was a little bit too scary for me. Nevertheless, I was intrigued b [...]

    18. Justin on said:

      Much better than the movie (duh, there are rarely exceptions to that rule).I have always been a huge fan of The Gremlins movies, even as a child. This book answered many of my questions that the films provoked in me in my childhood years. Such as: Where did they come from (kinda answered) 2: Why didn't the snow melt beneath their feet and cause them to multiply. And more! Read this shizzzzzzzzzzzzz

    19. Swankivy on said:

      Read this as a kid after liking the movie. It had too much horror for my taste--and, come to think of it, the gruesomeness of the movie scared me too--but what I really liked about it was that Gizmo, the Mogwai, had point-of-view scenes. So you understood what he might have been thinking and learned more about his intelligence and his perspective. It was sort of creepy, actually. I didn't like when people died in the book, though.

    20. Ethan Parkin on said:

      "I am no longer a Mogwai, Stripe thought.I am a Gremlin.He had no idea how he knew the word, just as he had no knowledge how or why the physical metamorphosis had occurred."It has its moments of charm and overall has a b-movie campiness which is fun but for the most part it is very bleak and miserable and takes more of the darkness from the black-comedy film in which it is based. Also if you want to hear the thoughts of Gizmo and the gremlins you may learn to prefer the bad guys

    21. Wit on said:

      It was a pretty good companion to the movie, but my initial impression was not very positive. The portrayal of the old man who first has Gizmo was pretty racist in the movie, what with all the "East Asian Mystery" thing they had going on, but in the book this portrayal seems to be taken up more than a notch. Other than that, you get to see a few more of the Gremlin's pranks and you get more of the Mogwai perspective.

    22. Leesdame on said:

      Waar de film komische elementen bevat, is het boek een stukje grimmiger. Dat niet alleen, het boek geeft de lezer ook nog eens een kijkje in de gedachtewereld van Gizmo én Stripe. Niet dat het daardoor inhoudelijker wordt, maar het geeft wel wat extra informatie die je mist in de film. Het boek is vermakelijk, met her en der quotes waarbij je toch wel even aan het denken gezet wordt.Lees verder op mijn blog :)

    23. Jerry Hart on said:

      As dark as the movie, maybe even a little darker. The author clearly tried to show off his vocabulary, though, which resulted in the characters (Billy and Kate, in particular) sounding much older than they were supposed to be. I liked the conversations between Gizmo and the Gremlins; they obviously weren't in the movie, but they added some depth to the novel.

    24. Artnoose McMoose on said:

      Marty got me this book because we watched the movie while I was in town. I read the entire thing on the train ride down to LA. It's pretty trashy fiction. It might be interesting if you had just seen the movie, but this is one time that I think the movie is better than the book. It does answer the question as to where Mogwai come from. Outer space, of course.

    25. Carly Nicholas on said:

      The copy I have of this book, which I haven't read yet is falling apart, the pages are falling out but I at least laminated the cover to protect it from further damage. I need to buy a replacement copy of this book, so I can read it.I love Gizmo he's my favourite he's so adorable.

    26. Nicole on said:

      It was about as campy and silly as the movie, and not a bad option when I got to 'damn, I literally have nothing to read and have to pick the first thing I see'.

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