Episode #229: Reading the Novelization of the 1986 Film, Spacecamp, Part 4
This week, I’m continuing reading a few more chapters of the novelization of the movie Spacecamp, one of my favorite movies as a kid. This one is aimed at slightly older readers and is written by Joe Claro – every now and then, you can find one used on eBay or Amazon. I’m curious to see how the novelization fares after a few decades. The last time I rewatched the film, I still remember quite liking it (posted my reflections here back on episode 154). In this week’s show, the campers have to figure out how to get back home!
Some black and white photos from the book going with this week’s episode:
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