Book Reviews

Book Review - Dark Disciple (2105)

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Book Review - Dark Disciple (2105)

For years, the galaxy-wide conflict known as the Clone Wars has raged. The struggle between the rightful government of the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems has claimed the lives of untold billions. The Force-wielding Jedi, for millennia the guardians of peace in the galaxy, have been thwarted at nearly every turn by the Separatists and their leader, the Sith Lord Count Dooku. With the war showing no signs of ending, and the casualties mount- ing each day, the Jedi must consider every possible means of defeating their cunning foe. Whether some means are too unthinkable—and some allies...

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Star Wars Canon Novels

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Star Wars Canon Novels

STAR WARS BOOK RELEASE TIMELINE -if a review has been written for the novel click the hyperlink to view- A New Dawn (September 2014) Tarkin (November 2014) Heir to the Jedi (March 2015) Lords of the Sith (April 2015) Dark Disciple (July 2015) Aftermath (September 2015) Battlefront: Twilight Company (November 2015) Star Wars: The Force Awakens (January 2016) Bloodline (May 2016) Aftermath: Life Debt (July 2016) Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel (November 2016) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (January 2017) Aftermath: Empire's End (February 2017) Thrawn (April 2017) Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (July 2017) Phasma (September 2017) From a Certain Point of View (October 2017) Canto Bight (December 2017) Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (March 2018) Last Shot (April 2018) Thrawn:...

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Book Review - Thrawn (2017) by Timothy Zahn

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Book Review - Thrawn (2017) by Timothy Zahn

Originally, I read this book in paperback and enjoyed the large sections of military strategy (which was surprising to me), but then the internet informed me of something magical. Eli Vanto, my Glup Shitto, being given an honest-to-god Texas cowboy accent changed everything.  While I wish I could say I enjoyed every POV, every time Pryce came along I cringed. Though this is not Zahn's fault in the slightest (I also hated her in Rebels), it was at least interesting to get into deeper detail of Lothal businesses and politics.  I've been asking myself if I should recommend this novel...

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