The propose of writing the book Spider man 2 is to entertainment, the book is also a thriller The theme of the book Spider man 2 is to never give up on yourself this is displayed than once in the book One time that this is displayed is when Dr Ocktavious before he became the villain was holding an open house showing his new invention Everyone is questioning the invention and doubting it will work properly, but Doc Ock the villain believes in himself and the invention works until a chip in the system breaks and take over his mind The second time this happens is when Spider man doesn t believe in himself and has to over come his mind, and gaining the mental part of taking on the part of a super hero He soon realizes that the girl he loves need his help from Doc Ock And the another time this is displayed is when Doc Ocks arms take control of him and he thinks what they want and Doc Ock tries to take back over his brain and destroy his mechanical arms and kills himself The style of this book is a narration, the book is telling a story though a series of events that describes what happened, usually in chronological order This is a good way to write the book because it is the easiest way to understand what is going on and to keep up with what the author is saying My opinion is that the book Spider man 2 is a good read because it keeps the reader thinking and involved in whats going on, it keeps the reader me going back to read of the book. ThrillingI loved the action and incredible deatail by far this is my favourite book I hope the author makes like it. This book, Spider Man 2 by Peter David, is a sequel to the first Spider Man I read, and I actually enjoyed it than the first one It continues the story of Peter Parker Spider Man as he struggles to establish himself and as a hero In this book, Spider Man faces Doc Ock, a man with eight limbs, who threatens to destroy the city Peter is tempted to give up because his burden seems to be just getting heavier and he feels like he has lost his true self I liked this book because Peter comes to better understand his role in the world and who he is He also solves internal and external problems that help ease the reader, but also solidify the book I would recommend this book for anyone interested in reading another Marvel masterpiece very good I d say it s good but not as good as the first one tho Loved this one as much as the first one. I read and reviewed the official novelization following the film, Spider Man 2 The book was written by Peter David and based on the motion picture I think the author s purpose of writing this book was to entertain as well as change our point of view of how we pictured Peter Parker s life in the movie Peter David uses a very unique style of writing and the words he uses just flow from page to page For example, Peter David writes, He braced himself, hoping that his next words wouldn t cause a torrent of tears or angry words David really shows each character s emotions whether it s troubled or happy simply using his own words and thoughts Peter David makes you feel like you re really watching Spider Man fight crime and bring justice to New York City with your own eyes I think the theme of this book is simply be yourself and you can t try to be something you really aren t Throughout the story, Peter is going through a tough time in his life and really doesn t know who he is any His best friend Harry is still pessimistic about losing his father and although he knows Spider Man was involved, he doesn t know who is behind the mask Mary Jane is at her peak of her acting career and while Peter is fighting on the streets, working at a pizza shop, and going to school, she is doubtful their friendship will last after Peter missed her show multiple times After fighting himself to be the best person he can be, he finally puts away the suit and sees almost instant relief The story was told in first person, from the perspective of each character Peter David used an awesome group of words and phrases to describe each character fully just like the movie I feel the story would of not been the same if the book was written a different way I feel if the book was written in third person, the reader wouldn t of received as much feedback and the smaller details that went along with the story The reader also wouldn t of felt the pressure on Peter throughout the story and the struggles that went along with his problems In my opinion, I feel this book should receive 5 out of 5 stars because it really makes me think about the story in a whole new way even after I ve seen the movie The author does a great job of bringing each character to life This book really relates to me and my life because I m growing into a younger adult and I ll face challenges and decisions I have to make on my own I enjoy all of Peter David s works, and I respect and look up to him a lot. the authors purpose to write this book is to bring this great movie to people who may prefer books or to people who cant hear and would get a better experience by reading it he also added much to the experience by adding extra details its easier to get a scense of whats going on because you can take it slowi think the theme of this book is be proud of who you are and not try to be better than you can so you be you like peter has been not spending time with mary jane but when he stops being spidy for a wile he is much happier and with doc oc he insists that he builds arms for him self but he ends up less happythe way the story was written in first person through all the characters was very fun to read like playing a video game through than one character at once it brings emotion through reading this way i think because you can connect to the characters much easier.i would give this book 5 outa 5 because it gives a lot better than the movie i think i would recommend this book to anyone who likes just about anything because theres a thing for just about everyone in this book especially if you like spiderman. The Amazing Adventures Of One Of The Greatest Superheroes Of All Timecontinue In Spider Man Two Years Have Passed, And Peter Parker Struggles To Cope With The Demands Of Life As A College Student, A Daily Bugle Photographer, And A Crime Fighting Superhero But It Hasn T Gotten Any Easier Condemned By The Press, Tormented By Secrets He Can Never Reveal, Forced To Give Up The Girl Of His Dreams At Times The Lonely Burden Of Spider Man Seems Almost Too Great To Bear And The Temptation To Give Up Grows Stronger By The HourEnter The Archfiend Doc Ock, Armed With A Lethal Invention Powerful Enough To Destroy Half The City If Spider Man Tries To Stop Doc Ock, He Ll Be Placing The Lives Of Those Closest To Him In Mortal Danger If He Doesn T, It Could Be The End Of The Big Apple With Millions Of Lives Hanging In The Balance, High About Manhattan S Glittering Skyline, Spider Man Confronts His Destiny, His Fiercest Enemy, And Himself Okay, first off, I admit how big a geek I am for not being able to wait to see the movie We clear on that Good.As far as sequels go, there are some good points that I hope translate well to the screen the further descent of Harry Osborne into madness, the ongoing frustration of Peter s attempts to balance Spiderman with Peter Parker, and a few failures in his Spiderman powers a bit of a nod toward what might be happening in movie number three, mayhap Also, advancing things two years after the previous movie was a good touch a lot has happened in the meanwhile.That all said Doc Ock is a bit, well, odd His tentacles are apparently sentient, and he s busy cooking up a small sun er, rather, fusion device Mary Jane has some pretty forced lines though I imagine as on screen, they might seem less so The climax is sort of anti climactic and a bit been there, done that in relation to the first movie Still, I cross fingers that over all it will be fun to watch.
David PetersPeter Allen David often abbreviated PAD is an American writer, best known for his work in comic books and Star Trek novels David often jokingly describes his occupation as Writer of Stuff David is noted for his prolific writing, characterized by its mingling of real world issues with humor and references to popular culture He also uses metafiction frequently, usually to humorous effect, as in his work on the comic book Young Justice.
- 320 pages
- Spider-Man 2
- Peter David
- 21 September 2019 Peter David