GODZILLA: The Novelization

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GODZILLA: The Novelization
Author(s) Stephen Molstad (based on the screenplay by Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin)
Publisher HarperPrism
Publish date June 1998[1]
Genre Novel, Film Adaptation, Science Fiction
ISBN ISBN-10 (Paperback):
ISBN-10 (Hardcover):
For the novelization of Legendary Pictures' Godzilla, see Godzilla: The Official Novelization.

GODZILLA: The Novelization is a novel based on TriStar Pictures' GODZILLA. The book was written by Stephen Molstad and published by HarperPrism. The novelization was released in June of 1998.[1]

Information[edit | edit source]

The book was released in June of 1998.[2]

Description[edit | edit source]


Ships are disappearing—the ocean boils and churns—seismograph measurements are jumping off the scale. A mysterious wave of destruction is making its way, step by step, from a remote Pacific atoll to the tiny concrete island known as Manhattan!

As the towering terror methodically dismantles the Big Apple, skyscraper by skyscraper, nuclear scientist Nick Tatopolous is called in to do what the combined forces of the U.S. Army and the Air Force can't—Stop GODZILLA!

The authorized GODZILLA novelization! All the thrils of the NEW spectacular film from the creators of the smash hit Independence Day.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This book is dedicated to Little Bit.

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