But neither did he want to live forever. Open Preview See a Problem? Kastagir rises to leave and Conner suggest they meet tomorrow at the Bridge in Central Park at 2: He father is suspicious of Conner but lets him work for him. Garry Douglas Kilworth is garr historical novelist who also published sci-fi, fantasy, and juvenile fiction. The Scenes in Scotland were particularly vivid with great added backstory.
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Ahhhh Where do I begin? Highlander is a great concept. Immortals battling each other throughout the ages, waiting for "The Gathering" and the last one standing gets "The Prize". The book does a great job of getting us get into the minds of the characters, especially The Kurgan. Ahhhh… Where do I begin? The author did a fantastic job giving him more depth and character versus the mindless and barbaric killing machine that was portrayed on the big screen. Although the book gives justice to some characters that were missed in the film.
How did they know about the prize? Who gave them that information? I blame the movie As mentioned earlier, the author has to stick to the source material as closely as possible, or you may get a dissatisfied reader. That being said, it was an OK read. Garry Kilworth did a great job writing this novel and the results filled in a lot of relevant information. To me, that made the movie even better as it added to the story.
There were a few differences and this made me wonder about what choices are made to create a great movie. The Scenes in Scotland were particularly vivid with great added backstory. Overall, I enjoyed this book and it made me appreciate Highlander was truly an epic movie and the Highlander book explains more of the background. Overall, I enjoyed this book and it made me appreciate the entire Highlander saga even better.