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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Book Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by B. B. Hiller

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' by B. B. Hiller is a faithful if dull adaptation of the 1990 film. I think the story was rushed and dumbed-down for a younger audience than even the film had been made for.
This is an origin story for the Turtles and their Master Splinter. Sadly, it is even less believable than the story aired in the 1987 cartoon. This version started splinter off as a rat rather than a human which makes his abilities somewhat hard to believe.   

Slap on the poor writing and you have yourself a book that only fans of the film can really get much out of.

Who should read this book? Fans of the film.

Books Read 24 of 5,000

Pages 92

Total Pages Read for  'The 5,000 Project' 5,846