Iron Man 2

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Grand Central Publishing, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction - 304 pages
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"I am Iron Man." With those words, billionaire industrialist Tony Stark revealed his secret identity. Now a famous high-tech superhero, he uses his powers to protect mankind. Yet things are not going well for Tony Stark. The U.S. military demands control of the most powerful weapon on earth--the Iron Man suit. His beautiful new assistant has a strange, mysterious agenda while his best friend, Rhodey, has betrayed him. And Tony is hunted by a vengeful Russian criminal armed with a lethal technology that may be stronger than Tony's suit. But even as he fights his demons, the hero faces his greatest threat--one that no armor can defend against . . .

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User Review  - cabridges - LibraryThing

Ehh. A so-so novelization for a so-so movie. I haven't read Levine's other works so I can't compare this with his other writing, but it was obvious to me he was hamstrung by the existing script. He ... Read full review

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User Review  - elric17 - LibraryThing

Somewhere between the movies and the comics, not a very well fleshed out movie adaption, nor did it add a lot of back-story which might have helped it. See the movie don't bother with the book. Read full review


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Alexander Irvine's most recent novels are Buyout and The Narrows. He is the author of nonfiction books including The Vertigo Encyclopedia and John Winchester's Journal, as well as comic series Daredevil Noir and Hellstorm, Son of Satan: Equinox. He teaches at the University of Maine. Find out more at

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