|Genre||Science fiction, Dystopian novel|
|Published||1 March 2006 Warner Books|
|Media type||Print (paperback)|
Ultraviolet is a novelization of the science fiction film of the same name. It was adapted by Yvonne Navarro from the screenplay written by Kurt Wimmer. The novelization provides more backstory that the film was not able to accomplish. The novel is also based on the original screenplay by Kurt Wimmer before Sony heavily edited it.
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