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~Free Epub ⚓ Dirty Harry ♗ to The CITY of San Francisco I will enjoy Killing one person every day until You pay me , If you agree say so withinhours in personal column San Francisco Chronicle and I Will set up meeting If I do not hear from YOU it will be My next pleasure to kill a Catholic priest OR a niggerScorpioA psycho killer thinks he has the City of San Francisco over a barrel Pay or there will be a high bodycount But the madman doesn t know something The city has its own madman He s Inspector Harry Callahan and he has aMagnum revolver and a badge The City of San Francisco is going to get hit with an earthquake when these two meet One of the first non private detectives, though this one isn t exactly a by the book guy Eastwood s Make my day, punk has made it into urban speak. I m sure you ve all seen the now iconic Ditry Harry movies, and, to be honest, Rock s novelization of the movie doesn t really add much But, even with that said, this novelization evokes so many wonderful memories of my brothers and I watching the movies, and of Clint Eastwood s brilliant performance as Dirty Harry Callahan that you d be remissed to miss out on a very fun reading experience You wouldn t want to live with that, would you, punk HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Phillip Rock s novelization of Dirty Harry does the two things well that any novelization must do well to be successful One, it brings memories of the movie to life for people who ve seen it without leaving out any glaring details or adding in anything too bizarre Two, it works on its own terms, and almost makes you believe you re reading a wholly original work of fiction Granted, that wholly original prose is still pretty pulpy and over the top, but I liked it. A fun novelization of the classic film, as i was reading it i remembered the scenes from the film, i pictured Clint Eastwood saying his classic line, i would recommend this to those that either have or haven t seen the film, a quick and easy to read book. 3.8 5A well written tie in that does the movie justice What I liked best, aside from Rock s prose, is that Rock gives a bitinsight on Scorpio s character, and also fleshes out a few things without wasting time , bridging the small gaps between scenes that we see in the movie.It does its job well, even with the early dialogue given that this is adapted directly from the original screenplay sometimes feeling a little shaky the iconic Do I feel lucky Well, do ya, punk monologue is 3.8 5A well written tie in that does the movie justice What I liked best, aside from Rock s prose, is that Rock gives a bitinsight on Scorpio s character, and also fleshes out a few things without wasting time , bridging the small gaps between scenes that we see in the movie.It does its job well, even with the early dialogue given that this is adapted directly from the original screenplay sometimes feeling a little shaky the iconic Do I feel lucky Well, do ya, punk monologue is very different compared to the film I have no complaints, however It was interesting to read an adaptation of the original source material that would become one of the greatest cop movies ever made I read all the Dirty Harry books before I could go and see the movies. Probably the best film novelization ever. I know what you re thinking Did he buy six old movie and TV show tie in books at the used book store a few years back or only five Well, to tell you the truth in this excitement I kinda lost track myself But being that you ve got 44 unread novels laying around and since your shelves are groaning under the weight of all those unread books and would knock your head clean off if they collapsed, you ve gotta ask yourself one question Do I feel lucky Well, do ya, punk No, I certainly don t I know what you re thinking Did he buy six old movie and TV show tie in books at the used book store a few years back or only five Well, to tell you the truth in this excitement I kinda lost track myself But being that you ve got 44 unread novels laying around and since your shelves are groaning under the weight of all those unread books and would knock your head clean off if they collapsed, you ve gotta ask yourself one question Do I feel lucky Well, do ya, punk No, I certainly don t feel lucky.It s short, so it s got that going for it, but it added nothing to the movie In fact, even Harry s famous question about feeling lucky is written out differently It makes for a fun book to have as a curiosity if you re a fan of the film, but you d be better off watching the movie instead of reading it