The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Movie Novelization)

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Movie Novelization)
  • Kevin J. Anderson
  • English
  • 01 July 2019
  • 9780743476768

10 thoughts on “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Movie Novelization)

  1. Mina says:

    This was so completely awful and terrible I can't believe I finished it. Commitment to the cause is what kept me going.

  2. Andre says:

    This novelization of the film of the same name was a nice little read. It was an ok book, fitting if you want to relax and not think about something too much without running the risk to be infuriated by bad writing. It is not a book I would say you need to read but its also not something that would be a waste of time in my eyes. Actually I think it works much better than the film and while Minar Harper does not use her vampirism often it at least is used much better than I had seen in many later instances of vampirism in fiction. The book simply has more room to explain things and give us some more background and depth to the characters. Also there is the thing that some things simply do not work well on the screen.
    If the book has a big flaw I think it is that there are so many characters from so many different authors. You see characters from the works of Bram Stoker, Jules Verne, Arthur Conan Doyle, Oscar Wilde and Mark Twain - for a start - there are much more and I think even references to H.G. Wells. For me this was no problem since I knew who they are and also it explains certain actions of the characters, but when you have no idea who those characters are and what their history is, you might have a problem(view spoiler)[, e.g. when you do not know of the relationship between Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn you probably have no idea why Sawyer seems so driven to catch Moriarty (yes, THE Moriarty from the Sherlock Holmes novels) (hide spoiler)]

  3. Dottie says:

    OMG were do I begin!
    In this book the author brings many of the charectors we have read about, for example. Dorian Gray, the invisable man, Sherlock Holmes, Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Dracula,Nemo and many more. A group of herions with special skills group uo to stop the Fantom from bringing the world to an end as we know it. Many of our favorite charectors come back to life and take us on another great adventure.

  4. Mike says:

    The graphic novel by Alan Moore (Watchmen) was better. The novelization and movie changed the story quite a bit. The villains were different and the characters of Tom Sawyer and Dorian Gray were added for the movie. Alan Quartermain was not the leader of the group, Mia was, and she was not a vampire in the original story.
    The second graphic novel has The League involved in The War of the Worlds. Check it out.

  5. Brett C says:

    Sooooooo....I've never seen the movie or read the graphic novel. I really enjoyed this story from beginning to end. Don't expect anything mind blowing nor earth shattering. But you can a simple, well-written, and entertaining story. Also it helps if you've read 10,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Dracula (or the movie), Invisible Man (the H.G. Wells story), Portrait of Dorian Gray, and know Tom Sawyer (not the Rush song).

  6. Paul Wells says:

    OK as a film novalisation, and possibly a bit better than the film, though still not as good as the original graphic novel, and to be honest it;s not a great novel in its own right.

    But I'm a sucker for stories using characters from other stories, always have liked them - just wish there'd been more flesh on the bones to this.

  7. Kayleigh says:

    I really liked this novelization because it gives you the movie, but with more details and specifics of the characters and emotions involved.

  8. Richp says:

    There are books so bad they are almost good, but that takes a little more humor whether intentional or otherwise. In this case, the humor was limited and very late to appear.

    Normally, I reserve a one star rating for books that encourage evil, but then I realized the hero nations behind the LXG are presented here as good guys, when they were far from it at the time this novelization was set, and the time the comics, movie, and novelization were created and published. It normally strikes me earlier, but this is so ridiculous the details took over for awhile.

  9. Martina Sanjaya says:

    It started alright. But the soul of each character became shallower as the story goes. I know the author really tried to make the best of them all, but I've read most of the characters in its original book, and felt the emptiness more and more keenly. By the end of this book, I was thoroughly disgusted.
    Those 2 stars are for the not-so-bad plot and the way the story goes. Those qualities were the only ones that made me possible to finish reading. If only the author use his own characters...

  10. Melissa Evans says:

    I'm going to have to DNF this one. It's like the author just took word by word and scene by scene from the movie. I was hoping for more in-depth look and extra scenes.

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