Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

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Based on the screenplay by Jonathan Mostow, John Brancato, and Michael Ferris

The novel of the blockbuster hit film

For two generations of moviegoers, the Terminator movies have defined adrenaline-soaked action filmmaking. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a machine from the future, a machine who can take—or save—lives, capable of enormous violence and destruction, these fil...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published July 13th 2003 by Tor Science Fiction (first published June 1st 2003)
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Tichon Elzen
It was the film. In a book form. Not much else to say about it. Scenes as described were the same as the film, dialogue the same, characters, everything. No new scenes or anything interesting that made it diverse from the film.
Only thing weird about it is that the cover has "Schwarzenegger" in a huge font on it. As if Arnold himself wrote the book.
Larry Johnson
Unlike most books that are based on movies, this one was exactly like the movie. I usually prefer reading a novel based on a movie than I do seeing the movie as the book will have more details added to it or events that were changed in the movie. This is one time that I should've just watched the movie again and found a different book to read.
Easy to read and digest, the movie made into a book. Added some interesting details, or rather, brought them back to my attention. Fun to read, and good to relax with.
Terrific action in the Terminator tradition. No sexual content, just some innuendo, but I dropped this from a 4 to a 3 for needless profanity.
mistersplice (Nick Manteris)
Sadly, this is almost exactly like the film, including, "Talk to the hand."
Worth reading.
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