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Let the Right One in (Hardback) - £5.00 del @ Amazon (save 62%)

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For fans of horror/vampires. Watched the movie last night and for me it's been the film of the year, so at £5 the book is a steal! 528 pages, hardback! 50% cheaper than any other retailer. Next chea…
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
For fans of horror/vampires.
Watched the movie last night and for me it's been the film of the year, so at £5 the book is a steal!
528 pages, hardback! 50% cheaper than any other retailer. Next cheapest is Play.com @ £9.99, and it's sold out :)

Oskar and Eli. In very different ways, they were both victims. Which is why, against the odds, they became friends.
And how they came to depend on one another, for life itself. Oskar is a 12 year old boy living with his mother on a dreary housing estate at the city's edge. He dreams about his absentee father, gets bullied at school, and wets himself when he's frightened.
Eli is the young girl who moves in next door. She doesn't go to school and never leaves the flat by day. She is a 200 year old vampire, forever frozen in childhood, and condemned to live on a diet of fresh blood.
John Ajvide Lindqvist's novel, a huge bestseller in his native Sweden, is a unique and brilliant fusion of social novel and vampire legend; and a deeply moving fable about rejection, friendship and loyalty.
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#1
I've no idea what the books like but I've seen the trailer for the film and it looks suitably twisted and very well shot.
#2
I saw Let The Right One In back in August and was blown away - never before has a 'horror' film (i'm not counting Pans as that's more of a fantasy/cival war hybrid :P) made me cry. I can't wait for the DVD release (but BOOOO that a hollywood remake has already been greenlit. Grrr.).

THe writer was at my screening and I think I ought to give the book a read as he said there are some elements that are expanded/made clearer... Yup, reckon I'll go order this now despite a pile of books waiting to be read next to my bed (and a pile of dvds to watch in the cupboard! lol) :)
#3
As much as I'd hate to, I've voted this cold for one reason, and for one reason only - because I bought this book last week from a store in Camden (London) for only £2 brand new. It is the exact same version - hard back, 528 pages, etc.

I think the store is simply called 'Camden Books' (that must've taken a while to think up lol) and it is just down the road from Camden Town Station, close to Mornington Crescent station, opposite Argos.

The reason I have voted this deal cold is because I have gotten the book much cheaper elsewhere - nothing personal, mamboboy!

The film looks amazing and I've been dying to see it, but I have no idea where/if it will be showing? The trailer looks phenomenal so when I saw the book - especially for £2 - I scooped it up, handed over my £2 and ran out feeling victorious over the book-world lol.

Could you please tell me where the film is showing? Or is it only on DVD now?

Many thanks!
#4
I saw the film at a festival - whilst it hasnt been released for a theatrical run yet I have hopes it will (albeit a limited run) and for sure it'll hit dvd soon...
#5
AmandaRose
I saw the film at a festival - whilst it hasnt been released for a theatrical run yet I have hopes it will (albeit a limited run) and for sure it'll hit dvd soon...


Thank you, AmandaRose - I really hope that I will spot this sometime soon as I'm really eager to see it now!

May I ask where this film festival was? Was it in England? :thumbsup:
#6
Indeed, infact if your username is anything to go by it'll be 'local' for you. I saw it at Frightfest which is over the bank holiday weekend of August every year in Leicester Square. I actually worked for them for two and a half years so attended as their guest this year - if you like horror/fantasy films you can't really do better than Frightfest. I think there were 25 films this year, many with the directors/talent in attendance. Check the website: [url]www.frightfest.co.uk[/url]
#7
AmandaRose
Indeed, infact if your username is anything to go by it'll be 'local' for you. I saw it at Frightfest which is over the bank holiday weekend of August every year in Leicester Square. I actually worked for them for two and a half years so attended as their guest this year - if you like horror/fantasy films you can't really do better than Frightfest. I think there were 25 films this year, many with the directors/talent in attendance. Check the website: [url]www.frightfest.co.uk[/url]


Thank you so much, AmandaRose. I will seriously be considering going to the next Frightfest as I am a HUGE fan of the horror genre (fantasy not so much, but mainly horror)!

Thank you once again! :thumbsup:
#8
I didn't know it was being made into a film, but I absolutely LOVED the book.

Good price - voted hot :-)

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