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Anonymous 2013-02-06 21:28:52 No.3442261

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One of my new favorites
What dose /lit/ think of Ms. Frisby?

Jeremy reminds me too much of me


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Anonymous 2013-02-06 21:34:56 No.3442288
I liked Racso and the Rats of NIMH much more.
Closest I've come to crying since reading Flowers for Algernon.

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Anonymous 2013-02-06 21:41:44 No.3442310
>>3442288
I haven't heard of that one....
How's it related to the Frisby / nimh rats story?

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Anonymous 2013-02-06 21:45:15 No.3442330
>>3442310

It's a sequel written by the author's daughter.
The ending is well worth it.

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Anonymous 2013-02-06 21:59:24 No.3442395
I loved it
It was one of my favourite books as a child

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Anonymous 2013-02-06 22:55:05 No.3442595

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How does OP's book stack up to the animated feature based on it? I know that the original books are generally better than their film adaptations (with a few notable exceptions), but I'd like to know HOW this particular book is better.

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Anonymous 2013-02-06 23:02:47 No.3442625
>>3442595
Now, I read the book when I was in 4th grade, but I did not like it. However, I adored the movie, and it still has a place in my heart.

As for differences between the movie and the book, the book does not have the magical stone not does it have any of the political intrigue between the rats. (In fact, Jenner is dead by the time the book starts, if I recall correctly.) I suppose those are reasons why the book-lovers adore the book, and the movie-lovers love the movie. I don't recall Jeremy being such a goofball in the book, either, but 4th grade was a long time ago.

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Anonymous 2013-02-06 23:24:22 No.3442708
>>3442625
>>3442595
I love the book
I think the movie is very well done, one of the best animated films of all time IMO,

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Anonymous 2013-02-06 23:33:46 No.3442747

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>>3442708
Look again

The first book was brilliant.
The second book was brilliant (though a little predictable)
the third book I dident get past the cover it was so stupid

the first movie is one of the best Of all time
The second movie is garbage
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