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Personally, I thought the book was an okay read, but I would have liked to have seen the author delve more into the personalities and history of the characters.I would also like to know where the Bishop got his powers.Isabeau is decidedly more helpless and waifish here than she is on screen. I do wish there had been more to this story back in the day. Bought this because I loved the movie as a teenager.I always wanted to see the happily ever after part and find out what happened to Phillipe and Imperius. Surprisingly, there is not much more depth to the book - there is little additional detail about how the characters are feeling; the dialogue and script are an almost word perfect match; and virtually the entire book was included in the movie.This one goes on my shelf of books to read when I am looking for light entertainment that shouldn't be taken seriously. Yeah, it's the novelization of that classic 80s adventure movie about a man and woman who are cursed by an evil bishop. She's a hawk by day, so they can never be together as man and woman. You know how when there's a book based on a movie, or vice versa, and people always say "The book was better! This book just sort of assumed you'd seen the movie and rode on its own coattails. The movie was awesome, one of my lifelong favourites.It's been awhile since I read this book but I do recall enjoying it as much as I loved the movie. Not even that."I think that is one of the most heart-wrenching scenes in t It's been awhile since I read this book but I do recall enjoying it as much as I loved the movie. Not even that."I think that is one of the most heart-wrenching scenes in the movie. I went to a movie once, and I sat nex Well, I finished my second book of the week. If you hadn't seen the movie, you probably wouldn't have even the finished the book. Regularly, every book with movie adaptation use to be much better than the movie because in the book there is the opportunity to see the whole storyline and the character personality doesnt have the addict vision of the screenwriter and director, but, this time I have to admit, the movie is better.
It is an absorbing read for either sex, what with its easy shifts from comedy to action to romance and maintains a contemporary feel in spite of its medieval settings.(Seriously, molasses in a snow storm is faster than me.)This was presented to my as a Christmas gift from a dearly loved friend. It's added so much more to the film I have loved since childhood.More insight to the surrounds of the characters - more depth and breath.This edition also contains black-and-white photos from the 1985 film, making it a real find for aficionados of 1980s fantasy flicks.*rolls around* FINALLY!After my painfully slooooow reading, I have finished.
I enjoyed this book because of it's association with the movie.