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Confrontation with a full fleet of Japanese Defense Force fighter aircraft this action adventure sci fi thriller will keep old and new fans of the Big G glued to the page   If you are a fan of the old Godzilla movies then you will enjoy this It starts as a direct seuel to the original film with several callbacks to the 1956 American version Felt like I was watching a movie while I was reading Fun read Guide de la Zarzuela enjoy this It starts as a direct seuel to the original film with several callbacks to the 1956 American version Felt like I was watching a movie while I was reading Fun read

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Godzilla Returns

As Godzilla rises from the Pacific Ocean to again wreak havoc on the modern world young Japanese American reporter Brian Shimura is assigned to cover the story Brian soon bec A straightforward Godzilla attacks story that reminds you that Godzilla is freaking huge and a scary force of natureDoes a nice job of scraping away the cheesy fun of the old movies and showing us the awe and anxiety caused by having Godzilla stomping around the city

Summary Godzilla Returns

Omes obsessed with discovering the truth of the Godzilla legend From the gripping opening when Godzilla destroys a Russian Typhoon class submarine to the action packed final From Reptar to King Kong and back to Godzilla I'm a big fan of giant lizards destroying cities but this story missed the mark for me The plot was good but slow It moved along at a snails pace and I found myself skipping ahead


10 thoughts on “Godzilla Returns

  1. says:

    I'm a huge fan of the Godzilla movies seeing 28 out of the 29 films and loving or likeing most of them but that American Godzilla movieyeah that one sucks However when I first heard that there was a series of books about the King of the Monsters I was a bit skeptical of it at first I wasn't exactly into reading when I first read the series in fact with the exception to the Bible and Harry Potter I use to hate reading and figured that not even Godzilla could make a book interesting this was about 8 years ago in high school before I found reading to be entertaining and a good distraction to my brain But I was wrong big time Not only was this book entertaining to this day I think the three books I read were better than most of the movies Godzilla Returns is the first book in the series of four and tells the tale of a news reporter getting a job in Japan and sees first hand Godzilla's second attack on Tokyo Now I know it seems like the typical generic storyline in many of the movies however the way the author tells the story is so uniue that the end result is a very original and imaginative tale that will make you wish the story never ended One thing I really like was how the book revealed how Godzilla seemed nearly invincible it was the first time that was ever explained and was used a few years later in one of the movies There were no other monsters in the book and at first I thought it was going to dull the story and Godzilla's personality like it did the other two seuel movies that was just him vs the army Godzilla 1985 and the 1998 American movie GODZILLA Again I was wrong the book was still very exciting and showed of the King of the Monster's sympathetic but very antagonist side very well While Godzilla is best shown as an anti hero instead of a villian Marc Cerasini was writing the book in the view of the humans whom a majority sees the beast as a souless monster void of any morality and relies only on his animalistic instincts In later books you find that like the movies this view isn't true but that's for another time In any case Cerasini did an excellent job of making Godzilla seem like a true threat to the worldThe book is also easy for anyone to pick up and read even if you're not a fan of Godzilla Just like the beginning of the 90's series of movies as well as almost all of the 2000's movies Godzilla Returns ignores all the movies ever made with the exception of the first film making it a stand alone direct seuel The writer makes it so you don't have to have seen any of the movies to understand what's going on in the book and it worked to perfection In fact the book did it better than most of those stand alone movies as wellAll in all Godzilla Returns is a great book for anyone to read whether you're a fan of the King of the Monsters or not


  2. says:

    A straightforward Godzilla attacks story that reminds you that Godzilla is freaking huge and a scary force of natureDoes a nice job of scraping away the cheesy fun of the old movies and showing us the awe and anxiety caused by having Godzilla stomping around the city


  3. says:

    This is the first of four Godzilla prose novels by Cerasini set around the turn of the century this one starts in 1996 that serve as something of a seuel to the first movie without incorporating much of the infrastructure of the intervening films The human protagonist fittingly is a young journalist and a good job is done in portraying Big G as an awesome force of nature rather than a generic monster The writing isn't always as polished as one might wish but it's a very good and captivating story One thing that's always comforting about Godzilla movies is that no matter what problems are plaguing the real world at least you don't have to worry about being trampled by a rampaging kaiju like those poor people in Tokyo a comfort just as true today as it was in 1954 Except of course for residents of Tokyo I've been a big fan of the Big G for well over fifty years and I enjoyed this uartet of novels featuring him In the immortal words of Buck Dharma Go go Godzilla


  4. says:

    Godzilla is back and out to cause destruction and disasterI could go into depth about the symbolism of Godzilla and the post nuclear age or about the early days of the 24 hour news cycle or the 'what disaster strikes nations rallyBut come onIT'S GODZILLA TAKING DOWN TOKYO AGAIN SMASH CRASH BOOM ROAR AND ATOMIC FIRE BREATHIf that doesnt get you then you are NOT a Godzilla fan


  5. says:

    If you're a fan READ THESE BOOKSThis one in particular has appeal it's a very close re telling of 1984 sort of All about the human reaction to big GIt's thorough and very well written with plausible pseudo science


  6. says:

    From Reptar to King Kong and back to Godzilla I'm a big fan of giant lizards destroying cities but this story missed the mark for me The plot was good but slow It moved along at a snails pace and I found myself skipping ahead


  7. says:

    If you are a fan of the old Godzilla movies then you will enjoy this It starts as a direct seuel to the original film with several callbacks to the 1956 American version Felt like I was watching a movie while I was reading Fun read


  8. says:

    Some allowance has to be made This is a book about Godzilla written for an American young adult audience in the '90s At that point America had had a hiatus from Godzilla since 1985 only now having access to the following Heisei films; attempts at an American movie had failed to gain support and it would be a couple years before the first original American Godzilla movie But Toho saw some sense in licensing items in the US including this book the first of a series of four there was a fifth planned but it didn't meet the deadline and the license ran outI'm not one to read YA novels often There are constraints to the category that generally throw me off the shoe horning of young characters into positions to do stuff the ADHD style of the prose the need for explanations of things most writers would just hope you'd look up or go around but I couldn't resist a Godzilla series once I found it existedAnd in spite of all the YA constraints on full display and the action movie tropes of the human plot the book was pretty enjoyable It was basically Godzilla 1985 Americanized version of Return of Godzilla adapted for the next decade no Cold War; instead the issue of focus was the tendency of governments to act on disaster situations even when no action is good It ends up being up to a rogue military man and a scientist to remedy the situation But most of the story focuses on the career objectives of two young journalism interns The best moments are the scenes of Godzilla's rampages There are times when it approaches true horror much like the original Gojira but YA novel so a lot of the destruction and death is impersonal and the main characters see it as spectacle than trauma jumping from tragedy to tragedy as if it's just a bad day at workAll in all still a fun book and I needed to get it out of the way to get to the seuels which sound completely insane


  9. says:

    Godzilla ReturnsBy Marc CerasiniThis story is about a young Japanese American traveling to Tokyo Japan to work as a news reporter While he is there there is a rumor that the Giant monster that has wrecked Tokyo back in 1954 has returned He is skeptical about this rumor but is thrown into an adventure with his friends and his uncle that he started to believe that the rumor is true when they are chasing and studying Godzilla itself This book is a great read to pass time and learn about Godzilla I recommend this book to everyone that likes Giant monstersKaiju or likes to pass time reading


  10. says:

    I was and have been so jealous of Marc Cerasini at being privileged to pen a number of Godzilla novels I've always wanted to do that dang it Nevertheless while I hate him for getting to do what I have not he is a very talented writer and successful author deserving of high praise and distinction In GODZILLA RETURNS he does Godzilla proud I'm sure retaining the mythology majesty of the King of the Monsters


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