Out of curiosity, Greg, how much added material is there in this novelization?
That movie moved FAST; I wanted there to be about twice as much time in it, for all of these things to play out. (Nolan even said in an interview that he pretty much planned on cutting it so fast that no one could care about anything, relying on the score to convey the emotions. Which worked, I'm not complaining, I'm just saying... movie went QUICK.) Seemed like there would be tons of places to flesh out a novel.
I have not finished the book but I plan to shortly after finishing rereading the Odd series by Dean Koontz and should have some answers if I notice anything added.