Steve Rogers, known to the world as Captain America, continues his affiliation with S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury and the Avengers. But Steve struggles to fit in the modern world, and now his past will come back to haunt him.
Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier continues the big-screen adventures of super-soldier Captain America as he battles with modern times and villains that threaten the safety of his country...and even the world!
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This book faithfully reproduces the first third of the movie, then abruptly ends very unsatisfying without ever seeing the majority of what made Winter Soldier an amazing film. Unlike, say, the Frozen junior novelization, which fairly accurately told the complete Frozen story.
I was expecting a full story retelling the movie. This stops at about halfway into the movie. I did enjoy the story, just ended leaving you wanting more.
My kids and I were disappointed that this book only covers the first half of the movie. We enjoyed what was there, but feel cheated that it was only half the story.
the story was good for someone not exposed to the franchise that much. the narrator was a bit mechanical... not bad, just would have liked more.
I was raised on comic books. Seeing the pictures with the story was a total pleasure. Now a great reader can help you visualize the story in comic book (graphic novel) form, with all the drama, blowing up, car crashes and sound effects.
No, its just the extremely watered down version of all 3 movies.. It just points out the major scenes
I bought this book for my 7 year old grandson. It is only an hour and a half which is a long time to captivate an active boy. He listened to it on an airplane flight and gave it a thumbs up. I saw him stop what he was doing several times and just listen. He told me he would like more books like that.
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