3 thoughts on “Friday the 13th

  1. Simon Hawke’s novelization of Friday the 13th, published more than seven years after the film was originally released, hits all the right notes and mostly avoids hitting the wrong ones. It’s been awhile since I’ve seen Friday the 13th, but from what I remember, the plot of Hawke’s novel seems to follow it pretty closely. The characters are all fleshed out more, with backstories and motivations that weren’t necessarily implicit in the film, but for the most part the emphasis is on suspense, which

  2. This book pretty much follows the movie word for word, scene by scene with some small details to each character that was not in the movies.

    For an official review please visit: Shivers of Horror
    For a great Friday The 13th site (with photos, video clips, forum, chat room and more) visit: Camp Blood

  3. This is an excellent novel! This is an exhilarating fun novel.it follows the movie word-for-word, but excludes all the boring parts. It’s a well-paced novel with a killer-ending!!! 5

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