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by Ed Naha
Download Ghostbusters II fb2
Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Ed Naha
  • ISBN:
    0440204607
  • ISBN13:
    978-0440204602
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  • Publisher:
    Dell (June 4, 1989)
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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Not to be confused with Ghostbusters II: Junior Novel by B. B. Hiller. Ghostbusters II is a novelization written by Ed Naha based on Ghostbusters II. It was published by Dell Publishing in 1989.

Not to be confused with Ghostbusters II: Junior Novel by B. The book Ghostbusters I+II includes this novelization printed German, translated by Jason Dark. It also includes "Ghostbusters: Das Buch zum Film" novelization, written by Jason Dark, which was released by Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH for Bertelsmann Club a book club.

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Naha, Ed; Ramis, Harold; Aykroyd, Da. The Ghostbusters must rescue a former friend and her baby from an evil portrait and lots of slime. The back cover is corrupt in the original book.

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This novelization of the hit movie "Ghostbusters II" is done fairly well.

The Ghostbusters must rescue a former friend and her baby from an evil portrait and lots of slime. This novelization of the hit movie "Ghostbusters II" is done fairly well. For the main part he recreates the film mostly accurately (though I believe he misspells Winston's last name). It is, however, a bit short and simplistic. Mr. Naha should have consulted the movie novelizations by George Gipe (the best I have ever read), but as it stands, this is certainly a passable job. GREAT BOOK!

The dauntless heroes who caused spines to tingle and ghosts to flee in the original "Ghostbusters" are back in fine form, wreaking havoc on the spirit wiorld as they set out to rescue Dana from further ghostly phenomena

great ant
A quick read. Particularly interesting for the deleted stuff that didn't make it's way into the final film. Worth the read.
Doukasa
Ed Naha's "Ghostbusters II" is hardly great literature, but it is a fun book. It was clearly based on the shooting script of the film and a stack of photos from the set; thus Naha takes great glee in repeated references to Ray Stantz's "hedgehog" haircut, but omits various moments added to the film in the production process and includes several deleted scenes.

Like most viewers, I found "Ghostbusters II" enjoyable but inferior to its predecessor. Because I am a huge fan of the original "Ghostbusters", there are several moments in the sequel that either please or annoy me to a greater extent than would be the case for the average viewer. Since he was working from the shooting script, Naha omits both some of my favorite scenes from the movie (such as Winston saving Ray and Egon from the burning pictures) and some of my least favorites (such as the entire "ghost train" sequence). I found that the omission of the annoying things had a greater positive impact on my enjoyment of the story than the negative impact of the omission of good things.

As another reviewer has pointed out, the version of the climactic confrontation with Vigo is much shorter and simpler in Naha's book (and in the shooting script) than it was in the final movie. This did not feel disappointing to me, however -- the book is a sufficiently enriched experience compared to the film that, by the time the Ghostbusters enter the museum, the story feels ready to close. Naha's book, which I read in one sitting, has a better ending than that of the movie, and is, in my opinion, superior to the film overall.
Taun
Ok, I guess, I am going to tell you just that the ending is different from the movie, everything else pretty much locks into place. A wonderful item if you have been obsessed with the Ghostbusters since they came out. (I was a mere 2 or three [I can't exactly remember] but I loved them still.) I picked up the book to read after a test, and haven't put it down since. Now, I have only done that with four books, the Outsiders, BlAdE, and Buffy the Vampire slayer (and of course, Ghostbusters II.) Like I said, I am one of those people that, if it doesn't have a movie to it, I just don't enjoy it as well. Or maybe I just need to know what the characters look like. (As in the case of Buffy.) Though, opposing that standpoint, I never actually saw the Outsiders movie. Anyway, add an ending just like in the movie, and you would have a great book, I just didn't like the ending. It was too quick, it just built up, and up, and up, and up, AND UP, and then it just kinda' dropped, I didn't like it.
Wnex
This novelization of the hit movie "Ghostbusters II" is done fairly well. For the main part he recreates the film mostly accurately (though I believe he misspells Winston's last name). He also adds some extra info, such as a nicely done scene at the very end that expands on one of the shots in the end credits.
It is, however, a bit short and simplistic. Mr. Naha should have consulted the movie novelizations by George Gipe (the best I have ever read), but as it stands, this is certainly a passable job.
Iarim
The second Ghostbusters story isn't as good as the first one. Basically, putting the whole little kid thing in there isn't too flash, and I think perhaps it was almost too much of a jump in time.

That being said, the spook and slime parts are pretty decent, as it is up to the boys to save the place yet again, with no respect.
Yalone
This book was great! It was based more on the original movie script that on the movie itself! Some parts were changed, but you'll still have many good laughs! If you loved the GB, try and pick up a copy!