Originally Posted by Ayrun
Not sure if it would disturb anybody, but English is the only language allowed on the Raven.
I do agree with you about the books, though. ( but I guess you already knew that
I forgot about it. But anyway i prefer writing in english for practice.
Of course i knew
Finally somebody who agrees with me
Originally Posted by Sankara
Ich wrote something about Holzleim... äh... Hohlbein in 1998. Here is the link:
My Opinion: All Indy-Novels and all "Young Indy"-Episodes are very-very lousy. Only the three Indy-Movies give you the REAL Indy-Feeling. The other stuff is sooo lame... and emberassing...
Indy was married? *LOL*
Indy fights against Vampires? *LOL*
You can see a small part of my Indiana Jones-Collection (including all novels) on my Homepage:
Thanks for the Links.
Now i understand your point of view on this topic.
You are a really big Indiana Jones Fan.
Btw. has George Lucas phoned you for the role of "Indiana Jones" in the fifth part.
Of course the novels are in no way equal to the quality of the films. But for me they need not. They are good enough to feel the atmosphere of his adventures and make me hungry for more of this stuff.
Until now i haven't read all of Hohlbeins Novel about Indy. Just the three i mentioned and "The Labyrinth of Horus". So i can't write anything bad about it except the "Easter Island". It was truly unrealistic.
But i don't care about a correct chronology to the films as you mentioned about the "Ship of the Gods" with the zeppelin. I wouldn't go so much in detail if the context totally fits to the films. The adventure the suspense and the atmosphere are more important for me as well if it is realistic or just phantasy trash.
The phrase "Indy fights against Vampires? *LOL*" is of course crap.
Can you remember in which novel it was? So i needn't read it
The novels also shorten the waiting time for the new Indiana Jones Film. I hope it will be a good sequel to the films.