The Black Hole

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 213 pages
  • The Black Hole
  • Alan Dean Foster
  • English
  • 12 May 2018
  • 0345285387

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10 thoughts on “The Black Hole

  1. Eric says:

    When I picked it up I hadn t realized this was a novelization of the Disney movie I was hoping it was a book that inspired the movie No such luck It reads like a novelization, very directed and fairly dry.I have only seen the movie once, long ago shortly after it was released in 1979 , but in the era of Star Wars it captured my imagination and reserved for itself a special little place in my heart despite the fact that I can remember only vague images from the movie.The book is a good ref When I picked it up I hadn t realized this was a novelization of the Disney movie I was hoping it was a book that inspired the movie No such luck It reads like a novelization, very directed and fairly dry.I have only seen the movie once, long ago shortly after it was released in 1979 , but in the era of Star Wars it captured my imagination and reserved for itself a special little place in my heart despite the fact that I can remember only vague images from the movie.The book is a good refresher on the concepts in the movie and probably goes a bit deeper into the conceptual side of black holes and a possible future of space exploration or at least gives youtime to...

  2. Erik says:

    I am beside myself to explain how it is possible I liked this novelization of the movie better than the movieafter I saw and liked the movie first Perhaps it is the King Effect, where every book is far better than the movie But those are not novelizations Hmm, odd Anyhow, it was a solid read that went by quickly It wasn t Shakespeare or anything,...

  3. Ryan says:

    A novelization of the 1970s movie The crew of the starship Palomino encounter the legendary research vessel Cygnus, eerily stationary near an enormous black hole Upon boarding the Cygnus, the crew meets the crypt Dr Hans Reinhardt and his creepy robot servants The Palomino crew just wants to repair their ship, but Reinhardt has other plans for them Adventure ensues.A pretty straight forward translation over from the movie, without too many differences The two most interesting characters wer A novelization of the 1970s movie The crew ...

  4. green tea girl says:

    I gave up on this one.The original film was one of my favourites as a kid, definitely one of the movies that got me into science fiction, and I thought that I could relive some of that wonder through reading this.It s as dull as dishwater though, not even up to the same stan...

  5. Helen says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Curious about the movie now The suspense was great and I really thought they were going to be able to escape Some might consider the mystery ruined when we find out what happens through the black hole, but I rather appr...

  6. Read1000books says:

    This book started out slow 2 stars , then turned really good in the middle up to 4 stars , but absolutely fell off the cliff in the very last three pages no spoilers here down to 3 stars I know it s sci fi but good grief

  7. Ken says:

    I really enjoyed this sci fi romp I was very pleased with the ending.

  8. Drew says:

    This isa 2.5 than a 2.I struggled a lot to get through this at first The first 2 3 of the book was pretty slow paced and difficult to get through The characters were interesting enough, and weren t boring, nor was the plot, it was just slow.That being said, once I got...

  9. Lamar says:

    Good B Movie from Disney due to being the first Disney film with death and profanity on screen and being the first PG rated film from the studio at a time when the studio wasn t doing much animation If you like the movie, the book is okay to read but not really great enough to finish.

  10. Dave Sherk says:

    It was a bad movie and possibly an even worse book