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Pale Rider Reviews
This is a novelization of the movie with Clint Eastwood. There are a few differences, but nothing major, as I recall. It was a fun, relaxing read without any surprises since I'd seen the movie a couple of times before. A good thing to read when you really don't have any capacity to think - almost like watching TV.
An excellent novel which turned into the best Clint Eastwood western movie.
This is a great story as a group of people are being forced out by the greed of others. A stranger comes to town and brings the people together and gives them the strength to fight they never knew they had.
I was surprised by how well this story translated into a book. That is why I chose to read it. I wanted to see how a very simple genre movie would work as a novel. Of course, if it was written badly, it wouldn't have worked, but this one is done very well.The main reason for this is attention to characters. Yes, the movie is a simple genre movie, but the characters have a real humanity to them. They may not be complicated, but they are believable. Actually, some of the background characters are more fleshed out here than in the movie. But nothing much is added to the story. I guess the movie has far better characters than I initially thought.This is the second book by Alan Dean Foster I have read and it was a better experience this time around. The first book was Splinter of the Mind's Eye which surprised me with how pedestrian and even childish the prose was. It's much better this time around. Still, Foster is long-winded. He enjoys diving into pointless distractions too much. One example is a page and a half to the banker who the Preacher gets his gun from. Who cares?It's a pretty straightforward adaptation of the movie and hence there are no surprises here. It's an effective little book, that does run out of steam a bit towards the end. I'm not sure I feel the same way about the movie.
I was surprised to see Alan Dean Foster writer of the Star Wars story should have been writing a western tie-in. I loved the film, the book was enjoyable enough but having seen the film held no real surprises.
Another solid adaptation. Surprised author didn't amp up the supernatural avenging angel aspect; I sure would have!
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