Back to the Future, Part 3

✓ Back to the Future, Part 3 Î Craig Shaw Gardner - Back to the Future, Part 3, Back to the Future Part GREAT SCOTT Time is really running out for Marty McFly and Doctor Emmett Brown Mart McFly is stuck in the year without a time machine Even worse Doc Brown is stranded in the year on the dus ✓ Back to the Future, Part 3 Î Craig Shaw Gardner - Back to the Future, Part 3, Back to the Future Part GREAT SCOTT Time is really running out for Marty McFly and Doctor Emmett Brown Mart McFly is stuck in the year without a time machine Even worse Doc Brown is stranded in the year on the dus

  • Title: Back to the Future, Part 3
  • Author: Craig Shaw Gardner
  • ISBN: 9780425122402
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
Back to the Future, Part 3

✓ Back to the Future, Part 3 Î Craig Shaw Gardner, Back to the Future, Part 3, Craig Shaw Gardner, Back to the Future Part GREAT SCOTT Time is really running out for Marty McFly and Doctor Emmett Brown Mart McFly is stuck in the year without a time machine Even worse Doc Brown is stranded in the year on the dusty streets of his hometown s distant past where he s in danger of being gunned down by desperados before he s even born Somehow Marty must get back to the Wild West so boG ✓ Back to the Future, Part 3 Î Craig Shaw Gardner - Back to the Future, Part 3, Back to the Future Part GREAT SCOTT Time is really running out for Marty McFly and Doctor Emmett Brown Mart McFly is stuck in the year without a time machine Even worse Doc Brown is stranded in the year on the dus

  • ✓ Back to the Future, Part 3 Î Craig Shaw Gardner
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Back to the Future, Part 3

About “Craig Shaw Gardner

  • Craig Shaw Gardner

    Craig Shaw Gardner was born in Rochester, New York and lived there until 1967, when he moved to Boston, MA to attend Boston University He graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor s of Science degree in Broadcasting and Film He has continued to reside in Boston since that time He published his first story in 1977 while he held a number of jobs shipper receiver for a men s suit manufacturer, working in hospital public relations, running a stat camera, and also managed of a couple of bookstores The Million Year Picnic and Science Fantasy Bookstore.As of 1987 he became a full time writer, and since then he has published than 30 novels and than 50 short stories.He also published under these pseudonyms Peter Garrison



818 thoughts on “Back to the Future, Part 3


  • Oh the Good ol days of reading books that were inspired by movies and not the reverse came back to bite me again I haven t read a book like this in years since 1994 my 4th grade year of elementary school , tbh And although I liked the book and all, it s got some differences compared to the movie as well as some information into stuff I would have missed when I watching these in these movies It seems like this book surely brought me back into the trilogy without watching the movie, And it surely [...]


  • BTTF3 some scenes on books are not shown in the film it s a great movie, I wonder if it takes the whole book in the movie, how would it look like too this movie version is great michael J Fox looks like beatles Paul McCartney in that pink cowboy costume, then I become MJF fans perfect yes very perfect Doc Brown who never talks about love has a woman Clara Clayton Clara I wonder where did the movie boss find a lady for Doc Brown he is a dog lover dog person himself like marty maybe.I wonder one t [...]


  • The 3rd and last part of back to the future trilogyWow i can t believe this time the previous Doc Emmit fell inlove with the beautiful town folk girl a lot of twisting memories for this part, Marty able to engage the fastest gun man the first generation of Biff Tennan Tennan sucks and megalomaniac for his hilarious image The Mcfly meets their own longest and future grand son marty, i can t believe the 1885 era is not that kind of boring, it s awesome like clint eastwood movie unforgiven the time [...]


  • In Back to the Future part 3, the final book of the trilogy, Marty is yet again sent to the past, but this time he is sent to the times of the great pioneers he goes back because the profesor is in trouble once again i liked how Gardner is able to project a real cowboy like world into the reader s mind it is also interesting how Marty is a hero even in the past, but is not from their time this book is a great end to the series and the plot of the story is great, as expected.


  • My Dad used his ultra deluxe black and white scanner to make me a cover sheet for the book report I did on this wonderful novelization back in Elementary School True, it may have been a quick way to do an exceptionally thorough report, but when the school library coughs up a gem like this Haley doesn t ask questions Later purchased my own copy on eBay.


  • A couple of things that weren t in the movie but on the whole it was less satisfying I was really counting on the ending to be fleshed out than the movie but no If anything, it had less content.


  • If you like the Back to the Future movies, this is your chance to get into Marty and Doc s heads With one slight and morbid change, plus a few changes in 1 liners, and the movie appears before you as it s read Of course, the book is a must for the ones obsessed with this sci fi series.


  • This book was awesome It was definitely the best book I ve ever read It had a great story and was very easy to understand I really enjoyed reading this book It really made me excited to read


  • I must have bought this book when my family was living in Germany, and read it at least 5 times while we were living over there since American movies didn t get released over there until much later I blame my pre teen Michael J Fox crush


  • Craig Shaw Gardner s follow up adaptations to the 1985 classic are just as good, with some fantastic writing that really embellishes the storyline for a new audience.



  • Nejobl ben j d l trilogie Back to the future v kni n podob , co dodat, super po ten ko na letn dny Kdo miluje filmovou klasiku, nebude litovat, e si tuhle kn ku p e etl.


  • The movie,was one of my favourites.It was okay,i liked it then.But aint there nothing like the movie


  • Z v re n d l s rie N vrat do budoucnosti na Divok m z pad , kde nesm chyb t indi ni, pistoln ci a hlavn Clint Estwood Skv l zakon en s rie o cestov n asem.





  • This is pure nostalgia, both in terms of the movie, but also in terms of the fact that all I ever used to read were movie novelisations when I was younger A good little easy read.


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