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  1. Sammm Sammm says:

    Review WIP Honorary 5 star.I never finished this book bought it when the film came out now adding it to the currently reading list and truthfully placing it to the on hold list cuz I ve put it on hold for a decade lmao, time flies.BTW, although the edition I selected indeed has the ISBN as what s indicated on my copy my book actually does not have Angel on its cover, but just Jean, Logan, and Ororo.


  2. Caroline Caroline says:

    There is one chapter from Jean s POV that is a nice addition but mostly this makes even less sense as a book than as a movie


  3. TDCbookreviews TDCbookreviews says:

    A war is brewing between humans and mutants That could all change when a cure is found Who will take the chance at a normal life Who will fight for the right to stay just as they were born A book adaption of the movie by the same name any X Men fans will love this book While it follows the movie pretty closely you also getin depth answers to some of the original X men s origin stories, along with some new characters A nice easy read with a wonderful flow, its definitely worth your A war is brewing between humans and mutants That could all change when a cure is found Who will take the chance at a normal life Who will fight for the right to stay just as they were born A book adaption of the movie by the same name any X Men fans will love this book While it follows the movie pretty closely you also getin depth answers to some of the original X men s origin stories, along with some new characters A nice easy read with a wonderful flow, its definitely worth your time Also check out the first two books, X Men and X Men 2


  4. Renata Renata says:

    I meanit does a fine job of expanding on a nonsense movie I meanit does a fine job of expanding on a nonsense movie


  5. Ysabet Ysabet says:

    IIRC it was better than the movie, but that s really not saying much.


  6. Carol Carol says:

    This was a so so book for me I had a lot of interruptions reading this book because of the crowded train so my focus was low I don t recall watching the movie I found it a waste that some good and strong characters have to be killed off I know it was that way in the cartoons but why does marvel have to kill the good guys Anywayz, it was ok an read for me I can t really say if the movie was better than the book but all the same the movie played in my head as I read along Makes me wonder do This was a so so book for me I had a lot of interruptions reading this book because of the crowded train so my focus was low I don t recall watching the movie I found it a waste that some good and strong characters have to be killed off I know it was that way in the cartoons but why does marvel have to kill the good guys Anywayz, it was ok an read for me I can t really say if the movie was better than the book but all the same the movie played in my head as I read along Makes me wonder do we really have mutants in the world


  7. Emma Emma says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Once again I enjoyed this bookthan the film mainly because there s a ton of references in the book which weren t in the film Several X characters are mentioned in the book including a scene with Gambit joining the X Men right at the end that were fun to read about.There are also a lot of chapters which feature character s memories and some of these are really funny mainly because they re totally not canon at all It s a nice light escapist addition to my X Men collection but it s Once again I enjoyed this bookthan the film mainly because there s a ton of references in the book which weren t in the film Several X characters are mentioned in the book including a scene with Gambit joining the X Men right at the end that were fun to read about.There are also a lot of chapters which feature character s memories and some of these are really funny mainly because they re totally not canon at all It s a nice light escapist addition to my X Men collection but it s not the easiest thing to read if all the non canon stuff is going to really bother you


  8. Victor Orozco Victor Orozco says:

    Wonderful After a great job in adapting X Men 2 X Men United, Chris Claremont continues to tell a good story in adapting X Men The Last Stand.I absolutely adored how Jean had discovered her power when she felt her friend die when she was a child, but it wasthan mere telekinesis, it was practically elemental as if she was actually at the point between life and death with her friend.I have to admit that at first when the Mutant Cure was brought up I thought it was a trick but when it w Wonderful After a great job in adapting X Men 2 X Men United, Chris Claremont continues to tell a good story in adapting X Men The Last Stand.I absolutely adored how Jean had discovered her power when she felt her friend die when she was a child, but it wasthan mere telekinesis, it was practically elemental as if she was actually at the point between life and death with her friend.I have to admit that at first when the Mutant Cure was brought up I thought it was a trick but when it worked on Mystique it was really cool and could see how it could become a major story point I love how they dealt with Rogue wanting to live as a normal human I liked how it was done in the movie, but I didn t so much appreciate the difference in the book There are some mutant powers that are terrible and I can understand why the mutant would want to rid themselves of it.The Phoenix story was pretty badass in Jean tapping into the primal psychological being that manifests itself as the Phoenix It s not fully explained how Jean becomes the Phoenix But if I had to guess, ever since the Liberty Island incident in the first movie with the machine that released energy that caused mutations in humans while causing nothing to happen to natural mutants was probably not so with Jean The psychic blocks Xavier put in place from years of sessions were probably eliminated by the machine and caused Jean to become Phoenix Many fans disliked this because Jean didn t have the complete Phoenix look, the costume or the power But what I think Singer Ratner wanted to do was keep it as realistic as possible.I loved reading the chapter on Xavier s demise, done better than in the movie, showing just how loved and valued Xavier was I shed tears at the scene The epic fight between The Brotherhood and the X Men was cool, but I preferred the movie better Still, when Phoenix is defeated I thought it was a very dramatic scene and was amazed by it.The ending of the book is slightly different from the movie, I do like how Magneto lives up to the line in the DC film The Dark Knight You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain Xavier s sacrifice made him the martyr and Erik the failure After what happens to him it feels fitting that he ends up living the rest of his days as an ordinary person or does he Maybe it was the wind I love orchestral movie scores and stay until the movie s credits finish, I can t help it So when I sat through listening to the music and reached the end credits and saw what Marvel fans know as the first of its many post credit sequences and heard Hello Moira I WAS FLOORED Only problem It s not in the book But everyone should ask themselves the question why was that comatose man shown at all, to begin with Great movie, great adaptation A


  9. Jerry Jerry says:

    Despite popular opinion, The Last Stand is my favorite of all of the X Men flicks The first two were good, but the original was a bit low on action, and the sexual content of X Men United messed things up a bit for me I didn t really care for the two non trilogy films The Last Stand s huge melee and smattering of humor made it the best, in my opinion I d hoped that Chris Claremont s novelization would do it justice, and it didbut only in some ways There were some bonus scene, most of whi Despite popular opinion, The Last Stand is my favorite of all of the X Men flicks The first two were good, but the original was a bit low on action, and the sexual content of X Men United messed things up a bit for me I didn t really care for the two non trilogy films The Last Stand s huge melee and smattering of humor made it the best, in my opinion I d hoped that Chris Claremont s novelization would do it justice, and it didbut only in some ways There were some bonus scene, most of which added to the characterization of Jean Grey Phoenix, Professor X, and Erik Lensherr Magneto, and all of them were quite enjoyable It was also interesting to read the thoughts of some of the characters, from Marie Rogue to even the SUV driving dad on the Golden Gate Bridge However, some significant problems existed First off, the amount of both language and sex was higher than that of the movie Additionally, some of the best scenes, such as the post credits shocker or the Regrow that bit, were either left out or implied and not shown If you re a fan of the movie, you might find this a moderately enjoyable read still, I would suggest checking this out from the library, because, unless you re an X Men maniac, once you ve finished it, you most likely won t read it again


  10. Kobye Kobye says:

    The way it makes you able to connect with the charecters like wolverine and cyclops is great, but the setting is changing alot makeing it confusing at times because I dont know where the event is happening.The storline is confusing making you think, and I realy like that about the book because it makes it at times you want to keep reading until tommorow and at other times you want to throw the book away.The villan s personality is very hard to tell because some time he s calm and other times he The way it makes you able to connect with the charecters like wolverine and cyclops is great, but the setting is changing alot makeing it confusing at times because I dont know where the event is happening.The storline is confusing making you think, and I realy like that about the book because it makes it at times you want to keep reading until tommorow and at other times you want to throw the book away.The villan s personality is very hard to tell because some time he s calm and other times he is breaking pepol out of prizon by teariing the jail apart.The main charectors are the X men and there not there half the time so you dont know much about charectors like collosus and shadow cat.The overall story line is great the way each charecter feels is strong ecept the villan so its easy to deside if you agree with their point of veiw.Overall a good but not great book


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