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If, for whatever reason, you can't see the movie and hope to get the full experience here, you're in for a disappointment. A good novelization makes up for the loss of visuals by getting into the characters' heads and filling in extra details. This book does nothing of the sort. It's literally just the dialog from the movie, strung together with the most bare-boned narration imaginable. No descriptions, no atmosphere, no insight into the character's minds, just a breakneck recap that skips over every non-spoken moment.
Yes, the dialog is still fun to read, but that's because it's taken straight from the script. The rest of it is spackle, stringing together the words without adding anything. If you haven't seen the movie, you won't know what anyone looks like or where anything is. And if you have access to the movie, you're better off just watching it again.
I love it. I rated it 5 stars because it was so good. I wish I can get that as a film. 2 mayors got arrested during the story. Then Lionheart, their mayor, was out of jail then he proved it. Bellwether framed him, so That mayor was right! At the end was my favorite part. Their first bunny and fox as a cop.☺