Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

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  • Title: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  • Author: Rob MacGregor George Lucas
  • ISBN: 9780345361615
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    The time is the 1930s.Indiana Jones had always managed to get into enough trouble on his own But this time, he finds himself in the deadliest situation imaginable he must rescue his father, eminent professor Dr Henry Jones, from the Nazis clutches to keep them from discovering secret information only Dr Jones possesses.The perilous race is on to recover the mostThe time is the 1930s.Indiana Jones had always managed to get into enough trouble on his own But this time, he finds himself in the deadliest situation imaginable he must rescue his father, eminent professor Dr Henry Jones, from the Nazis clutches to keep them from discovering secret information only Dr Jones possesses.The perilous race is on to recover the most extraordinary ancient relic of all time and to prevent the Nazis and Dr Jones s devious rivals from finding it first

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    One thought on “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    1. Max

      - There are 4 main characters in this book, Indiana Jones, Henry Jones Sr Elsa Schneider, and Walter Donovan.- Henry “Indiana” Jones is an archaeologist as well as a Professor of Archaeology at the fictional Marshall College in Bedford, Connecticut. Indiana is the main protagonist of the story. Indiana is constantly on the run from those who wish to sabotage his archaeological plans and discoveries or from those who wish to end his life. During his various ventures across the globe, Indy rec [...]

    2. Corey

      Indiana Jones returns for his most thrilling but dangerous adventure yet! This time Indy teams up with his father, Henry Jones Sr. who refers to Indy as Henry Jones Jr. which Indy hates, HAHA! Together they embark on a quest for the Holy Grail, the cup of Jesus Christ. Indy gets word that his Father is kidnapped by the Nazis after receiving his Father's Grail Diary in the mail, his Father sent it to him to prevent the Nazis from getting ahold of it first. The Diary holds many clues and a map tha [...]

    3. Dylan Jones

      This is a book very well known by its movies. The book, however, is a whole different story. I felt intrigued reading it, and I always wanted there to be more to the story. When the story finally ended, I was very sad. I may have not read the prequels to this book, but this book is really good. The action is this book is just the same as in the movie. Overall, this book was one of the best.

    4. Ben Mariner

      Ah the golden age when popular movies got novel adaptations. Some were better than others, just like some movies are better than others. This one was a pretty good novel based on a movie. I mean, Indiana Jones is amazing so it's hard to make book Indy suck. I've read other, non-movie-based Indy books which really really great, but this one suffered from the fact that I already knew exactly what was going on. Still a fun read, though.

    5. Andrew

      I've read the original trilogy of Indiana Jones novels back-to-back-to-back over the Christmas/New Year break, and decided that this is my favourite novelisation. Nazis, the Holy Grail, religious warriors, Indiana Jones and his fatherwhat's not to love? Rob MacGregor does a great job.

    6. Teo

      With bullwhip in hand, Indiana Jones has gone in search of adventure, confronted danger and unearthed a wealth of ancient treasures. The only thing he hadn’t gotten are good writers to put his chronicles to paper and do justice to his undertakings. Whatever the case, the third part of the film quadrilogy, titled “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”, was penned by Rob MacGregor, who later went on to write several other Indy novels.In “The Last Crusade” Indy faces his most challenging an [...]

    7. Sean Carlin

      I somewhat recently rediscovered my old paperback novelizations of the original Indiana Jones trilogy, and reread and reviewed Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Now I move on to Rob MacGregor's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.This is probably the most well-written of all the novelizations thus far, and it's no wonder MacGregor went on to write a series of original Indy stories in the early nineties. It's a closer adaptation of the screenplay than Raiders was, b [...]

    8. Shelece

      I admit it: I actually like film novelizations. They're usually quick, fun reads that add a lot of insight into movies I like. I get more perspective on characters' thoughts and internal dialogues, I get to see some scenes that were cut before the movie made it to the theaters, and sometimes I get explanations for confusing scenes that never made sense to me before.I really enjoyed this one. The author did a great job of capturing the action packed nature of Indiana Jones movies. I loved the dee [...]

    9. Pin

      Indiana Jones and the last crusade is a great adventure story. It also came out in movie version and it was very famous in 1989. It was a novel by Rob Macgragor. This story began in 1912 when Indiana Jones was a child.He had his own adventure to escape from the thief who try steal the cross. The story while Jones in the train circus was very exciting. When he grew up, he had to find his father who was disappear in serching the lost Holy Grail. He met Elsa who betrayed him in the middle of the st [...]

    10. Dajimon Brissett

      In indiana jones it was a very interseting book with lot of action and adventure. Indy and the crew were gong to find the holy grail and the golden chalace. As they went to find the golden chalace and the holy grail. The thing that got in their way was that they had to find the clues to find the golden chalace and the holy grail. A Nazi named vogel continued to stop them in every way he can to stop them from obtaining the golden chalace and the holy grail. When indy and the others got away from [...]

    11. Scout Mason

      I really liked Indian Jones and the Last Crusade. It was jam-packed with adventure and action. If it were made into a movie,(which most of the Indiana Jones' books have) it would be an action/adventure. The setting would be in the Sahara desert and a Mansion in Germany(i.e. for the Nazi headquarters). I wouldn't try to change the era because the book is based around Nazi's in the 1930's. I couldn't change much because its a classic. I would market to teen's and young adults because that is where [...]

    12. Will

      When I was a middle school student, I saw this movie and played PC game named same to movie. During reading, I could catch what I had not known in the movie: especially why his father call him 'Junior'. Rescently, new series of Indiana Jones came back, but I didn't see. When DVD is piblished, I'll rent it and see with my wife eating popcorn. Breaking quiz, what is the official name of Indiana Jones and what is the origin of the name 'Indiana'? If you find the answers, I'll give you a candy. ^^

    13. Charles

      This is the only Indiana Jones book I've ever read, and thankfully it was before I'd seen the movie. The movie, of course, was excellent, but the book, as is usually the case, was, and is, far superior. No movie can match your imagination. Plus, they had to change a few things that could not, either financially, or just due to difficulty, be done in movie form when it was released in theaters. Yet another benefit of books, for when it comes to your imagination there are no limits.

    14. Daniel

      Obliviously I really love the Indiana Jones movies. Last Crusade is no exception. When I was reading this I had in mind that when Rob MacGregor wrote this film novelization, he was given a slightly different version of the script. However I saw no huge changes in the film novelization and that makes me a little happy. I found this to be a nice read and pretty quick.

    15. Jameelah L

      A archaeologist who as he finds stuff must use his skill to climb himself out of trouble otherwise the world is going to be put in danger! Although theirs a lot of comedy as he unravels his secrets because he doesn't seem to take a lot of things seriously!!!!

    16. Sue

      Indy catches up with his dad in this junior novelization of the movie of the same title. Henry, Indy's dad has been researching the Holy Grail and now his dad has been captured and Indy must follow the clues to save his father

    17. Manjari

      The holy grail.what a topic to be obssesed about.Immortaltey only makes you suffer.To live on and see the ones you loved and treasured die out. is better to die and end your suffering.

    18. Stephen

      This is the movie Tie-In for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. It is well written with a lot of extra interplay and well written parts that will greatly enhance the watching of this great movie.

    19. Colleen

      The story, yes. The writing, no. Movie is better than the book (only since it was written based on the film) !

    20. Sheila Myers

      I watched the movie before reading the book, but the book is much better. You get the same excitement, action, and suspense with the addition of more details about the characters.

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