From the author of Scarface comes this explosive adventure Dutch Schaefer heads an elite CIA paramilitary rescue team chosen for a simple, one day job in the Central American highlands But there s another kind of hunt going on in the jungle, and one by one Schaefer s men are picked off by an unseen predator.
I believe this is the book from the movie, Predator. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. Anyway, don't laugh. It's a great book. It's like bloody damn poetry.
to be honest the only thing that kept me reading after the first chapter was a love of the movie. The writing was amateurish, the dialogue was chunky, and the messed up the alien. The predator I have loved from the movie is replaced by a pink and red chameleon. This was probably based on the first screenplay, the one that was trashed when they got a new director. The new director was said to have completely change the alien and if this is a taste of what could have been, I'm glad it was scrapped [...]
Much more in depth than the movie.
Sollowing up "War & Peace" with the novelization of Predator might not have been the best idea. :) Who knew? #gettothachoppa #moviebeatsbook
Read with Monette's non-fiction and own biography in mind, this novelization oddly becomes a decent parable for the cruel, chaotic devastation of AIDS in gay communities throughout the 80s.
don't know why this differs from the movie, its a great movie but a terrible novel at times it reads as if the writer has let a child have a bit of a go.
A novelization of the move "Predator." Pretty good. I enjoyed the movie a lot, though.