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'''''The Adventures of Indiana Jones''''' is a 2008 omnibus collection of the novelizations of the first three ''Indiana Jones'' films. Published by [[Del Rey]], its release was part of the general merchandising effort leading up to the release of ''[[Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull]]''.
   
 
==Publisher's summary==
 
==Publisher's summary==
 
''FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A SINGLE VOLUME–THE THREE THRILLING NOVELS INSPIRED BY THE BLOCKBUSTER FILMS''
 
''FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A SINGLE VOLUME–THE THREE THRILLING NOVELS INSPIRED BY THE BLOCKBUSTER FILMS''
   
''With bullwhip in hand, Indiana Jones has unearthed a wealth of ancient treasures. In Raiders of the Lost Ark, the fearless archeologist journeys from Nepal to Cairo to the Mediterranean, dodging poisons, traps, and snakes, battling rivals old and new–all in pursuit of an ancient artifact that holds the key to dazzling, invincible power. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom finds our intrepid hero in a remote village in India, where a mysterious old shaman tells him that his arrival has been foreseen–and that he must retrieve a stolen mystical stone. And finally, Indy must face the most challenging and personal endeavor of his life: rescue his estranged father, the eminent professor Dr. Henry Jones, from a Nazi’s lair, and recover the legendary Holy Grail. Yet Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade doesn’t mean the adventure is over. . . .''
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''With bullwhip in hand, [[Indiana Jones]] has unearthed a wealth of ancient treasures. In [[Raiders of the Lost Ark]], the fearless archeologist journeys from [[Nepal]] to [[Cairo]] to [[Geheimhaven|the Mediterranean]], dodging poisons, traps, and [[snake]]s, battling rivals old and new–all in pursuit of [[Ark of the Covenant|an ancient artifact]] that holds the key to dazzling, invincible power. [[Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom]] finds our intrepid hero in [[Mayapore|a remote village]] in [[India]], where [[Marhan|a mysterious old shaman]] tells him that his arrival has been foreseen–and that he must retrieve [[Sankara Stones|a stolen mystical stone]]. And finally, Indy must face the most challenging and personal endeavor of his life: rescue his estranged father, the eminent [[Henry Walton Jones, Sr.|professor Dr. Henry Jones]], from [[Castle Brunwald|a Nazi's lair]], and recover the legendary [[Holy Grail]]. Yet [[Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade]] doesn't mean the adventure is over. . . .''
   
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====''Raiders of the Lost Ark''====
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{{Main|Raiders of the Lost Ark (novel)#Plot summary}}
   
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{{Main|Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (novel)#Plot summary}}
[[Indy]] is attempting to recover the [[Ark of the Covenant]], alongside with [[Marion Ravenwood]], but on the way they face [[Nazis]], [[Toht]], and the infamous Boulder Dash - it's gonna be tough!
 
 
'''[[Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom]]'''
 
 
He's back and this time he meets [[Short Round]] and [[Willie Scott]], though this time he faces such treacheries as a spike chamber, bugs, and [[Thuggees]].
 
 
'''[[Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade]]'''
 
 
Indy teams up with his father, [[Prof. Henry Walton Jones]] to once and for all destroy the fiendish [[Nazi]] Empire. On the way he faces boats, tanks, explosions and a whole world of adventure.
 
 
 
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====''Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade''====
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{{Main|Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (novel)#Plot summary}}
 
[[Category:Film novelizations|Adventures of Indiana Jones, The]]
 
[[Category:Film novelizations|Adventures of Indiana Jones, The]]

Latest revision as of 07:15, May 31, 2010

This article is about the novel collection. You may be looking for other uses of the term.

The Adventures of Indiana Jones is a 2008 omnibus collection of the novelizations of the first three Indiana Jones films. Published by Del Rey, its release was part of the general merchandising effort leading up to the release of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Publisher's summaryEdit

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A SINGLE VOLUME–THE THREE THRILLING NOVELS INSPIRED BY THE BLOCKBUSTER FILMS

With bullwhip in hand, Indiana Jones has unearthed a wealth of ancient treasures. In Raiders of the Lost Ark, the fearless archeologist journeys from Nepal to Cairo to the Mediterranean, dodging poisons, traps, and snakes, battling rivals old and new–all in pursuit of an ancient artifact that holds the key to dazzling, invincible power. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom finds our intrepid hero in a remote village in India, where a mysterious old shaman tells him that his arrival has been foreseen–and that he must retrieve a stolen mystical stone. And finally, Indy must face the most challenging and personal endeavor of his life: rescue his estranged father, the eminent professor Dr. Henry Jones, from a Nazi's lair, and recover the legendary Holy Grail. Yet Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade doesn't mean the adventure is over. . . .

Plot summaryEdit

Differences from the filmEdit

Raiders of the Lost ArkEdit

Indiana Jones and the Temple of DoomEdit

Indiana Jones and the Last CrusadeEdit

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