لقاءات من النوع الثالث
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لقاءات من النوع الثالث

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لقاءات قريبة من النوع الأول : رؤية جسم طائر مجهول الهوية.
لقاءات قريبة من النوع الثاني : رؤية اّثار مادية مؤكدة لهذا الجسم.
لقاءات قريبة من النوع الثالث : حدوث لقاء فعلي بين ركاب الجسم الطائر و بين البشر.
من يدري؟..لربما كنت أنت طرفاً في اللقاء القادم!..
لهذا ندعوك علي سبيل الإحتياط لقراءة هذه القصة الممتعة.
Paperback, روايات عالمية للجيب #10, 149 pages
Published October 1st 1994 by المؤسسة العربية الحديثة (first published January 1st 1977)
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B. Jay
A straightforward adaptation of Spielberg's own screenplay for the masterful movie, Steven does little to improve on the original. The format does allow for some leisurely reflection on the UFO / Bermuda Triangle phase America was enamored with in the seventies, which had as much or more to do with the creation and popularity of Close Encounters as that other crazy popular sci-fi movie that came out a year earlier. Reading it in novel form also gives you additional time to wonder at the characte...more
Arief Rahman
Menemukan buku ini di sebuah toko buku bekas di stasiun adalah memori yang indah, kenapa? Saya fans film-film Steven Spielberg. Close Encounters, yang filmnya dirilis tahun 1977, adalah salah satu film sci-fi terbaik dan paling personal (bersanding dengan E.T, Jurasic Park, dan A.I) yang pernah saya tonton. Bagaimana dengan versi novelnya?

Oke, Spielberg mengeluarkan segala daya dan upaya yang ia punya untuk membuat film ini (sebagai sutradara, produser, dan penulis naskah!). Tapi versi novelnya...more
Kym Andrew Robinson
A very easy read which offers little in addition to what you would have seen in the film. Seeing as this is a novelisation to the great movie then that makes perfect sense.

Spielberg is not only a talented film maker but his ability to write a very easy to digest novel takes talent in it self.

A definite must read to a fan of the film or any sci fi reader.

60 %
Joe  Noir
A pretty good novelization of the movie. Possibly not by Spielberg himself (Alan Dean Foster, perhaps?). This plot is sort of like that of all three movie versions combined, with a couple of additional scenes. In 1980, When the "Special Edition" of the film was released, a "Special Edition" of this book was also released. It's okay, it's entertaining, and an easy fast read, but really not different from the classic landmark film in any appreciable way. Most of the scenes are best appreciated unf...more
Metalgirl1968
Muchisimo mejor que la pelicula, como siempre se supera con creces a lo que se expone en pantalla
Maria
I can see why Spielberg is in the movies. This book is one case where the movie is better, mostly because the narrative was simply what happened and didn't express the characters thoughts or feelings as well as they could be expressed in the medium of movies. It was still good though, probably a 2 star more because of my expectations being high. If I had known nothing about this book it would have been maybe a 3 star, a good story but it could have been told better.
Yasser
- رواية ممتعة لدرجة كبير، وبها جرعة كبيرة جدا من الغموض بالإضافة لمكون لايستهان به من الإثارة.
- خبرة "سبيلبرج" في الإخراج كانت له خير معين في وصف المشاهد بدقة زادت عن اللازم في بعض الأحيان.
- عدم الاحتكاك المباشر بالكائنات الفضائية أعطى لها تميزا عن مئات القصص التي تتحدث عن نفس الموضوع. كما أن نهاية القصة كانت ممتازة وغير تقليدية بالمرة.
- اختصارا، رواية جميلة جدا وتستحق القراءة
Erik M
A great novel can make a great screenplay, but far less the reverse. Much like watching a movie based on a read book, reading the novelization of a movie you have seen forces a comparison. In this case, Spielberg put his heart and craft onto the screen, and a thin, flat version on paper. Had he officially handed the novelization over to someone else (did he use a ghostwriter?), am established sci-fi writer, the book could have been every bit as strong as the movie.
Mattias
En bok skriven på en väldigt klassisk film. Tyvärr kommer boken inte närheten av filmens storslagenhet. Berättelsen är förenklad och förkortad vilket tar bort en stor del av djupet, speciellt beträffande karaktärerna i boken. Intrycket är att man försökt göra en bok så lättläst som möjligt som passar en så bred publik som möjligt. Resultatet är, tyvärr, knappt läsvärt.
Alicyn
Jul 19, 2010 Alicyn rated it 1 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: nobody
Shelves: sci-fi, donation-time
I haven't seen the movie. After reading this, I would still give the movie a chance, but I would not read another book by Spielberg. I thought he tried to bring too many characters/plot lines together and did not succeed. None of the different characters were given enough attention for me to feel that same pull that they were feeling.
Chad Gamez
i like the idea of shared alien phenomena as in when many people have the same shared experience or calling caused by something beyond ourselves. the fact that it is written by Spielberg himself peaked my interest more. it's written more like a screenplay, or a movie if that makes sense. near the end i just wanted to finish it.
Nyie Rombeng
big creation from legend director steven spielberg.
still bring alienation in storyline,close encounters of third kind looks awesome & magnificent topic.
it can be everlasting & memorable story,readers:)
this is not another alien story.it's brilliant & ingenious idea bring alien story to the high level:D:D
Jerry
A somewhat pedestrian take on Spielberg's revolutionary cinematic yarn. Fans of the original movie will likely enjoy this novelization, but everyone else should at least try watching the film first.
Chris
I liked it overall but it wasn't as exciting as I had hoped. I remember loving the movie. It was short so there is not a lot of time investment. Give it a shot.
Dawn Gehler
very good book and movie. I liked the book more it had more details then the movie. It's a good Sci-Fi book, especially if you believe in life from other planets.
Makymarques
Muito bom mas, poderia ser melhor. Leitura rápida e sem muito detalhes. O pisicológico dos personagens foi o melhor. Coisa que o filme pouco transparece.
David Reed
A fun read, but nothing special. It's a good novel of the movie.
Andrew
Read this years ago, don't remember much other than I liked it and it's a novel adaptation of the sci-fi classic.
Barb
I enjoyed this slim book. However the movie was so well done that I preferred it over the book.
Gautham
Great story,ET and much more.. Inspired a few sci-fi movies in different languages.
Jeremy Stephens
This book, like the movie gets a golf clap. It wasn't bad but was way too hyped up.
Meg
Interesting, but just not satisfying enough to recommend or remember much of.
Amanda
almost identical to the movie, a little more character development
Holly
It is one of my favorite movies! And, the book is really good, too!
Theresa
a strange story told as a true story of alien visitation
Cristina
Good after the first 100 pages.
Velvetink
probably won't get around to reading it
Ayat Mahmoud
انا باحب الفيلم ^_^
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