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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Well Written
This novel is a great complement to watching the film, it fills in some of the plot holes and has some key scenes that were cut out of the movie. The twins are in it and it explains what happened to them. Highly recommended for any Transformer fan, a great read and well worth picking up.
Published on 15 July 2011 by Trypticon 2010

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2.0 out of 5 stars Dull, but America definately put a man on the moon right?
It is actually painful for me to write this review. I love Transformers. The first 2 movies and book were great. This one really let me down. The story is slow moving. Spikes life is just depressing. That is despite the fact he has another pretty girl friend. After the events of transformers 2 where he was the lynch pin that saved Optimums Prime, and in doing so the...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rewrite the past to live for the future, 12 Jan 2012
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This review is from: Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon: Movie Novelisation (Transformers (Titan Books Paperback)) (Paperback)
Read the brilliant novelization of the third epic Transformers movie.

The past is never what it seems. The U.S. government has been hiding a secret from the Autobots, a secret that could change the tide of the war. When an old Autobot awakens, a powerful weapon thought lost falls into Decepticons hands and it is once more up to Sam Witwicky to save the world. With betrayal coming on all sides the war looks lost. As it comes time to deside what side he is on Sam has to make a terrible choice, who does he save his Autobot friends or the girl he loves?

A fantastic addition to the Transformers series. This book gives the reader an in-depth look into the movie's plot.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Well Written, 15 July 2011
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This review is from: Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon: Movie Novelisation (Transformers (Titan Books Paperback)) (Paperback)
This novel is a great complement to watching the film, it fills in some of the plot holes and has some key scenes that were cut out of the movie. The twins are in it and it explains what happened to them. Highly recommended for any Transformer fan, a great read and well worth picking up.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Dull, but America definately put a man on the moon right?, 23 April 2013
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This review is from: Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon: Movie Novelisation (Transformers (Titan Books Paperback)) (Paperback)
It is actually painful for me to write this review. I love Transformers. The first 2 movies and book were great. This one really let me down. The story is slow moving. Spikes life is just depressing. That is despite the fact he has another pretty girl friend. After the events of transformers 2 where he was the lynch pin that saved Optimums Prime, and in doing so the world, he has been discarded. Everyone seems to have forgotten about him despite he was the focus of a worldwide man hunt just a couple of years ago. Everything he did and know must be kept secret despite the fact that everyone knows about the transformers now. He has no job and no prospects and even the government does not want him. In essence he is a bum now.

The Autobots on the other hand are mopping up the last remnants of the Decepticons, when they discover ancient Cybertronian technology. This lead Prime to believe we humans have been hiding the fact we have met Transformer before. Namely Sentinel Prime. Optimums' predecessor and mentor in the movie he looks and awful lot like Alpha Trion (original Transformer fans will know who he is). Anyway now Optimums then faces betrayal on two fronts.

The battle scenes are few and far between and are very confusingly written and actually boring. A huge portion of this book is details about the moon landing. I usually would prefer the book to the movie but in this case I have to say watch the film. The visual effects and the last 20 minutes make it watchable, this book is painful to read, and I kept going just to finish it. The ending in the book is actually different to the movie (not for the better though). All in all I did not like or enjoy the book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful, 20 Jun 2011
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I loved reading this book so much, it's written extremely well, is very descriptive and manages to invoke the necessary emotions (humour, sadness, fear etc)

Highly recommended to any Transformers Fan
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