|Starman (1984) [Novel]|
by Alan Dean Foster
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(From the publisher):
He came to observe life on earth - that's what happens when a peace-loving alien takes the friendly invitations we send into space seriously. But the U.S. Air Force shot down the starman’s ship, and now he has to clone the body of a human being just to stay alive. Armed with a smattering of earthly love (how to say hello in Chinese, the Stones’ “Satisfaction”) collected from Voyager II, as well as his own mind-boggling extraterrestrial powers, he will set off with a beautiful young woman on what will become the greatest adventure of their lives – a dangerous flight across America into the unexplored territory of interplanetary love...
Based on the screenplay by Bruce A. Evans and Raynold Gideon; novelisation of the John Carpenter movie.
Original title: Starman
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Alien Beings→ First Contact