My review of the Legends novel Clone Wars: Wild Space, by Karen Miller.
Author: Steven Barnes 398 pages Published in 2004 Legends Placement in Timeline: 21 BBY (About one year after Attack of the Clones) What It’s About: Obi-Wan Kenobi and Kit Fisto are sent on a mission to Ord Cestus, a seemingly insignificant planet that has suddenly become important to both The Republic and the Separatists. TheContinue reading “Star Wars Book Review: The Cestus Deception (A Clone Wars Novel)”
The Force felt different now, and Ahsoka wasn’t sure how much the difference was her. By walking away from the Temple, from the Jedi, she had given up her right to the Force–or at least that’s what she told herself sometimes. She knew it was a lie. The Force was always going to be aContinue reading “Star Wars Book Excerpt: Ahsoka”
Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark is a book that contains ten stories that retell an episode of the Clone Wars from a particular character’s point of view; it also has one original story at the end. The book is written for a younger audience, about 8-12, but can be enjoyed by adults whoContinue reading “Star Wars Book Review: Clone Wars-Stories of Light and Dark”
Author: James Luceno 362 Pages Published in 2014 EU/Legends Placement in Timeline: Between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith What It’s About: Labyrinth of Evil is a combination Clone Wars story/prequel to Revenge of the Sith, bringing us right up to the events at the start of Episode 3. It starts withContinue reading “Book Review: Labyrinth of Evil”
Author: E.K. Johnston 356 pages Published in 2020 Canon Placement in timeline: A year after Order 66 What It’s About: It’s been a year since Order 66 devastated Ahsoka Tano’s life. She and Captain Rex decided to split up and go their separate ways in order to stay safer, and Ahsoka’s been in hiding onContinue reading “Book Review: Ahsoka”