"Titan AE": Novelisation

"Titan AE": Novelisation

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Spectacular science fiction animation from Fox, featuring the voices of Matt Damon and Drew Barrymore for Summer 2000 Set in the future, Earth is under attack by aliens. After a catastrophic explosion, Earth ceases to exist. A rebellious teenager (Cale) who lost his father in the conflict and is now stuck on a third-rate asteroid, later discovers that his father has left him a ring containing a map to a legendary spacecraft -- The Titan -- which holds the secret to salvation for the human race. And so Cale and his companions embark on their mission to find a whole new world...TITAN -- AFTER EARTHshow more

Product details

  • 9+
  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 130 x 197mm | 106g
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • Collins
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Media tie-in
  • Film tie-in edition
  • colour illustrations
  • 0007103158
  • 9780007103157

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The appetite for space adventure continues . It's hard to remeber the days when science fiction films were not automatic box office winners. The much-hyped animated movie Titan AE (about the survivors of the human race taking a perilous journey across and alien universe after the destruction of the Earth)had jaws dropping with its astonishing galactic vistas, but there were many reservations about the unimaginatively drawn human protagonists. No such reservations are required for this smooth and efficient novelization, which follows the rebellious Cale Tucker on his trip to the Tian, a legendary ship that may hold the secret to the survival of the human race. Daly manages to cram as much fast-moving narrative and awe-inspiring space panoplies as he can into 122 pages, and there is a glossary of colour stills to conjure up memories of the movie. (Kirkus UK)show more

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