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The Final Conflict: Omen III (The Omen #3)

3.27 of 5 stars 3.27  ·  rating details  ·  237 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Paperback, 196 pages
Published March 17th 1981 by Signet (first published December 1st 1980)
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Standard novelisation. With anal!
Damien Thorn, de Antichrist, van wie beweerd wordt dat hij geboren is uit een duivelse verbintenis van een jakhals en Satan, staat aan het hoofd van een wereldwijde organisatie.
Overal in de wereld waar rampen zich voordoen staan medewerkers van Thorn Corporation gereed - alsof ze het voorzien hebben - om hulp te bieden aan de slachtoffers. Thorns invloed groeit en wordt nog sterker na zijn benoeming tot ambassadeur in Groot-Brittanië. Het presidentschap van de Verenigde Staten kan hem bij
Rob Bliss
Nice quick read, novelization from the screenplay, so there isn't a lot of character stream-of-consciousness reflection, which is a good thing, nothing to slow down the plot. Then again, the book is less than 200 pages. An hors doeuvre (how you spell it?)

Something to be said for screenwriting first to make sure the action moves along at a good clip. Reminds me of the books of Michael Chrichton. He definitely had a cinematic imagination and writing style, thus were all of his books made into movi
John Henery
This was yet another straight forward movie adaptation... the only difference is that it doesn't have the tacky ,let's show adult Jesus so people will know the baby is him, ending.
Victor Orozco
Modest novelization. Though the book does omit the best part of the ending. B
Lorraine Melsheimer
this book wasn't as good as the first 2 books.
Vijai Jayaram
ditto my comments for part 2
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