#1
ok, i purchased i am legend today at the bookstore, and started reading it. i couldnt put it down. a few minutes ago, i finished it, and was slightly confused by the ending. i kind of thought that it could have gone on longer, and that there could have been more explaining. but other than that it was a good book. what do the people who have read this think?
#4
i dont think neville should have been executed like he was at the end, i think that mathison should have had him join up with the infected people..
#5
if its the one i read...its better than the movie.
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#6
The ending is an irony.

Neville becomes a legend because, just as the folklore legend of vampires who stalk normal humans at night, Neville stalks the vampires in the day time. He is, in a sense, the legendary vampire that the vampires are scared of.

A superior ending to the Hollywood script.

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#7
yes, i would agree that it was better than the crapshait version of the movie... i really wish that they would for once interpret a book to a movie the right way... it would have been way way better.
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The ending is an irony.

Neville becomes a legend because, just as the folklore legend of vampires who stalk normal humans at night, Neville stalks the vampires in the day time. He is, in a sense, the legendary vampire that the vampires are scared of.

A superior ending to the Hollywood script.


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#10
great book, destroyed the movie. (and the movie was pretty good, too!)
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