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Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI

3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  51 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Jason, the mysterious boy, possessed of the devil's power, has been laid to rest, and the inhabitants of a small New England town shudder with relief. The evil Jason is rotting in his coffin...they think. But his ominous shadow rises again...consumed by a furious and overwhelming compulsion to kill...and kill...and kill....
Mass Market Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 1st 1986 by Signet
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Worth reading only if you're a rabid Friday the 13th fan or are nostalgic for the mid-'80s. This book does, however, feature two teens raw dogging in an RV while listening to heavy metal, a cute boy who just got out of a mental institution fleeing from the cops in an orange Camaro with the sheriff's hot daughter, a paintball game that ends in tragedy, and grave robbing, so I can't really give it a bad rating.
Rob Bliss

Read it ..... if you dare!!
In terms of actual quality, this probably deserves two or even one star, but in terms of enjoyment, especially for people like me that are fans of the movies and have questionable taste, the entertainment factor tacks on a star or two. It was fun.

And I loved the Tales of Schoolboy Jason part.
I have no idea if this book is any good (probably not). I was eleven years old. I was on a plane trip by myself, for the first time. I was reading this, and this guy sitting next to me, looked at me, looked at what I was reading, shook his head, and refused to look at me for the rest of the flight. If that's not worth five stars, I don't know what is.
James Finan
Great fun and a funky retelling of this (campy!) film from my youth. Recommend to fans of the hock! If you can find it for a reasonable price, that is . . .
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aka J.D. Masters, Nicholas V. Yermakov

He was born Nicholas Valentin Yermakov, but began writing as Simon Hawke in 1984 and later changed his legal name to Hawke. He has also written near future adventure novels under the penname "J. D. Masters" and a series of humorous mystery novels.
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