Godzilla: Journey to Monster Island

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Godzilla: Journey to Monster Island
Godzilla: Journey to Monster Island
Author(s) Scott Ciencin
Publisher Random House
Publish date March 31, 1998
Pages 108
Genre Children's novels, Fiction
ISBN ISBN-10: 0679889019
ISBN-13: 978-0679889014

Godzilla: Journey to Monster Island is a children's novel written by Scott Ciencin, with illustrations by Bob Eggleton. The sequel to Godzilla Invades America, it was published by Random House on March 31, 1998.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

"Lost in America!

After invading the United States, Godzilla is unhappy, alone, and hunted by a fearful military. Then he meets a strange group of giant insects and animals, and together they team up to defend themselves.

Luckily, a courageous pair of twins wants to help. Roy and Amy are able to make the authorities understand that Godzilla just wants to find a way home.

With the twins' help, Godzilla leads his giant friends on a wild and rowdy journey to a place called Monster Island. But once they get there, they find that their only chance to live in peace may be to put up one last fight!"

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Manda's copyright icon appears on the book's back cover, although the character never appears in the story. It is possible this was either an error or that Toho felt the snake monsters Rattler and Yellowback were similar enough to Manda to require use of the license.


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