Enter the Dragon

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  • Mass Market Paperback
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  • Enter the Dragon
  • Mike Roote
  • English
  • 10 December 2019
  • 0042613485

About the Author: Mike Roote

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10 thoughts on “Enter the Dragon

  1. Kevin Haines says:

    Best book I ve ever read But that s because it s Bruce Lee not the literary merit of the Author.

  2. Graham says:

    I m not really a big fan of movie novelisations When they add to the film and take it in new directions they re great think Shaun Hutson s The Terminator and when they re just as scary and affecting as the film they re great think Alan Dean Foster s Alien Unfortunately the majority of novelisations are just slavish copies of the movie, written on the fly to make a few bucks Enter the Dragon is one such book.There s one plus about this book it s short I read it in a couple of sittings an I m not really a big fan of movie novelisations When they add to the film and take it in new directions they re great think Shaun Hutson s The Terminator and when they re just as scary and affecting as the film they re great think Alan Dean Foster s Alien Unfortunately the majority of novelisations are just slavish copies of the movie, written on the fly to make a few bucks Enter the Dragon is one such book.There s one plus about this book it s short I read it in a couple of sittings and it took me maybe an hour and a half So I didn t waste too much time on it That s great, because this really is dead head reading matter the plot of the film is a straightforward revenge style story with plenty of action Little time was spent on characterisation or scripting but that didn t matter, because John Saxon and Jim Kelly are standing around looking cool, and Bruce Lee is kicking absolute ass in fantastic fight scenes So in essence we re left with a book with a lightweight story and lots and lots of action There are lots of ways to describe physical fighting, but Roote has gone for the detailed, blow by blow type of account it really seems as if he s watched the movie noting down every kick and punch Unfortunately, this translates to fight scenes in the text which are laborious and tiresome, no matter how much purple prose the author attempts to tie them up in It takes a master to create exciting physicality look at the battles in Gemmell s work, for instance and Roote isof a blue collar worker The resulting concoction of cheesy dialogue, dated fashions, mundane fight scenes, occasional blood spurts and meandering plot make Enter the Dragon a novelty item for fans only

  3. Tom Johnson says:

    ENTER THE DRAGON by Mike Roote Leonore Fleischer, according to Hawk s Author s For Book Collector s, 1992 edition A novelization of the popular action film starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon, and Jim Kelly Han is gathering martial artists for his tournament on an island near Hong Kong Roper Saxon , Williams Kelly , and Lee Bruce Lee have received invitations At the Shaolin Temple the Master has suggested that Lee accept the invitation, as Han has dishonored the Shaolin temple Then Lee lea ENTER THE DRAGON by Mike Roote Leonore Fleischer, according to Hawk s Author s For Book Collector s, 1992 edition A novelization of the popular action film starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon, and Jim Kelly Han is gathering martial artists for his tournament on an island near Hong Kong Roper Saxon , Williams Kelly , and Lee Bruce Lee have received invitations At the Shaolin Temple the Master has suggested that Lee accept the invitation, as Han has dishonored the Shaolin temple Then Lee learns there is another reason he must attend Han s men were responsible for his sister, Su Lin s death three years ago Braithwaite, head of F.A.D.E offers help if Lee discovers unlawful acts on the island The problem is, there is an army of martial artists under Han s command, and one man may fail if acting alone There is a girl all ready on the island, placed there by F.A.D.E., Mae Ling, but she has not been heard from Lee must find her, and maybe get assistance from Williams and Roper, if they are not recruited into Han s army This novel followed the film fairly closely, but not totally Many of the fight scenes in the film were different from the book, as were many other things But it was a fun book, even if I knew the outcome from the movie beforehand I was curious about some of the names in the story They almost tie in with another series, THE GIRL FACTURY, featuring Su Lin Kelly, but the author of that series remains a mystery, as far as I know The author s name Robert Franklin Murphy isn t listed in Hawk s 1992 edition Roote and Murphy were both writing during the same time frame Just curious

  4. Graduated Cylinder says:

    Novelization of Bruce Lee kung fu classic follows the movie quite closely It was quite entertaining to read The main flaws are the same as in the film What happens to secret agent Mei Ling is again left unknown The main difference is the end battle, in the book there is no mirror hall Also Han s Chinese henchman Bolo in the film performed by Bolo Yeung was changed to Turk.

  5. Philip says:

    Not proud of it, but I read and enjoyed this back in college, during my big Bruce Lee days.