Alien 3

  • by Alan Dean Foster
  • Narrated by Lance Henriksen
  • 2 hrs and 59 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Here, even the wind screams. Abandoned hulks of machinery rust in the colorless landscape. Dark, oily seas beat against a jagged black shore. And the remnants of a reentry space vehicle crash into the rough waves. In it sleeps Ripley, a woman who has battled the enemy twice. It killed her whole crew the first time. The second time, it slaughtered a spaceload of death-dealing Marines.Now on this prison planet that houses only a horde of defiant, captive men, she will have to fight the ultimate alien horror one more time.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Should have been unabridged.

What would have made Alien 3 better?

Making this audiobook an unabridged installment. As it is, it's no better than watching the film. So much of the story, that make novels such a joy, is made better by knowing all the extra details. It's a shame.

Which character – as performed by Lance Henriksen – was your favorite?

Honestly, every one of them, I'm a huge fan of Mr. Henriksen.

What character would you cut from Alien 3?

Nothing, too much was cut already.

Any additional comments?

Make all the Alien novels into unabridged audiobooks!

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- John

Not Bad For A Human...

Alan Dean Foster's attempt to rough out the edges of ALIEN 3's script makes for an interesting juxtaposition between the movie and the film. Even with the special edition of the film available, this one is worth a spin for hardcore ALIEN nuts, especially given Lance Henriksen's reading (which is excellent).
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- Isaac Oden

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-13-2009
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books