Choque de Titãs

Choque de Titãs

Choque de Tit s Ele era Perseu o filho de Zeus e Danae nascido em desgra a exilado para perecer no mar sujeito a sobreviver por um capricho celestial at que conheceu o seu amor desafiou os deuses e atreveu se a

  • Title: Choque de Titãs
  • Author: Alan Dean Foster
  • ISBN: 9789721030800
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ele era Perseu, o filho de Zeus e Danae, nascido em desgra a, exilado para perecer no mar, sujeito a sobreviver por um capricho celestial at que conheceu o seu amor, desafiou os deuses e atreveu se a combat los ou a morrerEla era Andr meda, escravizada pela sua pr pria beleza, que fazia inveja aos c us e que tamb m trouxe uma maldi o sua cidade, ao seu lar, ao seEle era Perseu, o filho de Zeus e Danae, nascido em desgra a, exilado para perecer no mar, sujeito a sobreviver por um capricho celestial at que conheceu o seu amor, desafiou os deuses e atreveu se a combat los ou a morrerEla era Andr meda, escravizada pela sua pr pria beleza, que fazia inveja aos c us e que tamb m trouxe uma maldi o sua cidade, ao seu lar, ao seu cora o at que Perseu aceitou o desafio do pr prio Diabo, respondeu adivinha fatal e montou o seu cavalo alado, P gaso, para reclamar o seu amor e desafiar o ltimo dos Tit s, armado apenas com uma m o ensanguentada, um encantamento de feiticeiras e uma cabe a decepada

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    What a cracking story. I really enjoyed the original film With Lawrence Olivier as Zues. Thought the remake was rubbish. Oh! Well, just like sometimes the old epic films will never be beatene same goes for this book. No film will match it.🐯👍

    CLASH OF THE TITANS is a movie that time has rendered completely unwatchable. I was curious whether a book-version might still hold upIt kinda-sorta does. Alan Dean Foster puts more craft into it than one would expect from a movie tie-in, and it's a nice introduction to Greek mythology, but there's no getting away from the cheesiness of the script, especially when it comes to that damn mechanical owl. I would have been a lot better off reading this as a kid.

    It is book that has a lot of action and it was an easy read. Really smooth the pages travel as fast as Periseu. It reinvents a the interaction between the Greek gods without going too far. I reccommend it, for a while travelling book.

    Alan Dean Foster repeatedly demonstrated an ability to translate iconic films into novels of at least equivalent quality. This book is one such example.The story of Perseus is known the world over and this telling is such as depicted in the film of the same name. It captures the mysticism of mythological stories in an innocent fashion which presupposes that readers will not question certain aspects of the story-tellers perspective.Odd enough in the way the people act and speak using common conve [...]

    How many times can something that is dead kill?This story was written by Alan Dean Foster about the ancient Greek myth of Perseus. The book begins with Perseus' mother being executed by sea, Perseus' grandfather put him and his mother into a coffin and nailed them in, then he and a group of soldiers. After being thrust into the sea, Poseidon guides the coffin to the island of Seriphos where there was a small settlement that lived on the island. Only Perseus survived the trip to the island, but h [...]

    I'm a big fan of the 1981 movie and I enjoyed this novelization too.It zips along at a fair pace, with plenty of action, just like the movie. I did notice a few slight deviations in some sequences from the movie, but they were very slight and you'd probably only notice them if you've seen the film a few times. Of course some scenes were also padded out with a little bit more exposition, adding a bit more depth, which all adds to the experience as novelizations do. If you love the original 'Clash [...]

    This was a lovely little book - very quick read, and told in an only slightly modernized Greek mythology style. Followed the legend as passed down through the centuries, but has a nice level of added ancillary characters and extra action description to make it an enjoyable little novel. I was looking for something light after a few days spent buried in Kant, and this was exactly that - not too long, but not too short that you're left with questions. A good ol' fashioned myth put into novel form. [...]

    As far as movie novelisations go, this is one of the better ones. Alan Dean Foster has clearly gone and tried to make it a separate book on its own, and it works. I haven't seen the film (the 1981 version, nor the 2010 remake), but I did enjoy the book for what it is. Sure, some of the areas are sketchy, and a little over the top, but that's mythology, and that happens with novelisation. But it's still an enjoyable, albeit cheesy at times, read.

    It's a great, classic story. Way better than the updated movie, because there's meaningful dialogue. But the original movie, in my opinion, actually does a better job because the images are not that vivid in the book. When Perseus stabs Calibos, I had to re-read that passage a few times to really understand what happened. Overall, I recommend it to anyone looking for a quick, entertaining read.

    I was being charmed by such story!! wow ! I liked it as I am in love with these kinds of stories.I believe it is an epic of struggle:the struggle of mankind against anyone or anything that threatens his own will.It is the beginning of a new word,a new feeling "Enough"! I really liked the way the hero "Perseus" acts a combination of a half-god /half-human person,really it is amazing!

    Personally, I truly fancied this novel. I believe that is due to its simplicity and straight forward plot. I have seen the films and recognize the story, however actually reading it was the final close for me. It's definitely a fast read, and the way it is written keeps you pulled in. Very simple book, great story line and just a radical legend story in general!

    Solid adventure story, a little light on characterization, but then again - so was the movie it was based on.Still, it was a fun read and I found that I liked the internal monologue pf the various characters. I will now have to go back and see the film to see how it matches up.

    In the days before DVDs and videos if you wanted to have a record of a film you'd buy the tie-in book. For my tubereading I dug out my old motheaten copy of thirty years ago. It was still a good read.Ah, the dont make 'em like this anymore

    I read it when I was 12 years old and I really liked it since I was a fan of Greek mythology. This was the script for the movie with the same name. I recommend it for teenagers. This version is much better than the newest.

    An enjoyable, fast read. Greek mythology light, but a reminder of just how well paced, inventive and reverant the original screenplay was. Well-written for a movie tie in, a definite sugary snack for the serious mythology hound or appreciator.

    354 - 2016As cheesy as it gets.Aku lebih suka ceritanya Percy Jackson tentang Perseus di Greek Heroes.

    Perseus, the mortal son of Zeus, saves the city of Joppa and Princess Andromeda by defeating the Kraken, the last of the Titans who fought alongside Cronus—Zeus’ father—during the battle of the Gods.

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