Friday the 13th Part 3: 3-D
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Friday the 13th Part 3: 3-D

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He lies in wait. Patiently. Quietly. Ready to strike. As darkness settles over the forest, the victims enter his lair. And one by one they die! The book that takes you from the edge of your seat to the edge of madness!
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Published 1982 by Leisure Books
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Aug 05, 2010 Michael rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Obsessive Jason Fanatics
Recommended to Michael by: Serendipity
Shelves: pulp-fiction
I was much more excited about finding this book for like a penny at Goodwill than about reading it. The best part of it is that the title includes "3-D" (the book is not, incidentally, 3-D, it doesn't even have raised print on the cover). Most of you probably don't remember the last surge of 3-D movies from the early eighties, which for me started with "Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone" (a movie with a plot borrowed from a Gamma World module). Then there was a craze for releasing "P...more
Stuart Hazleton
Okay, so do I think was a GOOD book--as in well written literature?

I'm gonna plead the 5th on that question--but for any horror fans out there who'd like to read the alternate ending filmed for Part III (where Jason's momma WAS NOT involved,) this book is a fun addition to the world of all things Friday.

It's long out of print, so it's pricey--but for any full-on Friday fanatic, it's a must read!
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Michael Angelo Avallone was a prolific American author of mystery and secret agent fiction, and novelizations based on TV and films. He claimed a lifetime output over 1,000 works, including novels, short stories, articles, published under his own name or 17+ pseudonyms.
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