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  • The Fog by Dennis Etchison
  • Dennis Etchison
  • English
  • 05 May 2018
  • 9780553138252

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review The Fog by Dennis Etchison Dennis Etchison ¹ 9 Free read Summary Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Dennis Etchison For the living Those who are doomed will die horribly Those who spared will suffer the endless fear of a soul chilling night when the dead finally return for reveng. Starts out great The pace is uick and the events to come are served up nicelyThen it falls apartNeedless internal dialogues about insignificant situations and flat out boring prose Usually a book based on a movie will add additional information about what is seen on screen This book Not so muchThe end seems to appear out of nowhere it s as if the author woke up from a nap and started typing again While the descriptions are explicit and the action frenetic it ends too uickly An average book at best Very dissappointing

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review The Fog by Dennis Etchison Dennis Etchison ¹ 9 Free read Summary Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Dennis Etchison Ing with terror It is too late to escape Even now the people of Antonio Bay are cut off engulfed Along darkened streets death searches them out There is no sanctuary. John Carpenter s The Fog is one of my personal favorite ghost movies It has a great cast superb score and such a humble approach to itself it s just a really well told story and when I found out it had a novelization I wanted to check it outThe good point of this book is that it does capture that eerie feel from the movie It can lag a bit but overall flows generally smoothly and it also showcases character development on Nick Stevie and her son Andy that we didn t get to see in the movie If there are any downsides one is that the character of Elizabeth played in the movie by Jamie Lee Curtis is not as memorable here as in the movie she s portrayed as uite young and gets overwhelmed easily and it gets annoying when we have to hear again and again how the character of Nick gets irritated with her and other characters namely Kathy and Sandy don t get developed enough Another thing that annoyed me personally is that some bits from the movie get adapted out including two of the movie s most memorable scenesHowever in the long run despite its flaws I do believe this to be a decent novelization for John Carpenter s classic film It s a fast read and it kept me entertained so I ll likely revisit it in the future Plus look at that lovely cover art

Summary Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Dennis Etchison

review The Fog by Dennis Etchison Dennis Etchison ¹ 9 Free read Summary Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Dennis Etchison A novelization of the 1980 John Carpenter filmFrom the back coverTonight the fog that rises off the California coast is different And deadly A writhing icy mist puls. This book was a series of novelizations of 80s horror films written by Dennis Etchison and one of the few that bears his name and not the pseudonym of Jack Martin That is probably because this is one of his best novelizations While some of his earlier novelizations including the Halloween series are clearly written to pay the rent this one enhances the film and has some nice Etchison touchesA veil had descended over the whole coastIt wrapped itself around the sand dunes and braided through the telephone wires up on the roadsneaking over the landscape and cloaking the sea The fog if that what it was was white as vanilla ice creamEtchison s talent for evoking eeriness and terror is all over this work While of course not as original as his short fiction The Fog is still worthwhile seeking out as a primary example of Etchison s early writings