Here is the last but not least post of Star Wars novelizations that I wrote on my other blog, Star Wars: My Point of View. I previously posted reviews of Solo and Rogue One. Here is the original post: So I’ve just finished reading The Rise of Skywalker novelization by Rae Carson, and I haveContinue reading “Star Wars Book Review: The Rise of Skywalker Novelization”
Here’s another blog post I made on Star Wars: My Point of View sometime last year, and which I thought I’d share here. Again, like the Solo novelization post, I tied it in with my Women of Star Wars series, and I wrote specifically about Jyn Erso. Here’s the original post: I just finished readingContinue reading “Star Wars Book Review: Rogue One Novelization”
Way back when I first started my other blog, Star Wars: My Point of View, I did a few book reviews before I began this more formal book review site. I thought I’d repost some of those here, starting with Solo: A Star Wars Story. I had tied it in with my weekly Women ofContinue reading “Star Wars Book Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story Novelization”
I thought I’d recount my experience as a kid with the Original Trilogy novels, as they played such a big part in my Star Wars obsession, my love for books, and my decision to become a writer. The Empire Strikes Back, by Donald F. Glut My first experience with a Star Wars book was whenContinue reading “Star Wars Books: My Love for the Original Trilogy Novels”
I’ve been thinking about the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series, and this passage from the Revenge of the Sith novel by Matthew Stover came to mind. This dialogue between Yoda and Obi-Wan wasn’t in the film, but it shows that, although Obi-Wan is saddened and grieved by Anakin’s turn, his friend will live on in Luke.Continue reading “ROTS Quote, and Speculation About the Obi-Wan Kenobi Show”
Revenge of the Sith is the most brilliant novelization I’ve ever read. You owe it yourself to read this book!
Author: R.A. Salvatore 314 pages Published in 2002 Legends** Novelization of the Film What It’s About: Again, as I did with The Phantom Menace, I’m assuming that if you’re here, you’ve seen the movie and I don’t need a detailed synopsis of the story. In short, it’s ten years after TPM, and Anakin has trainedContinue reading “Book Review: Attack of the Clones”
Author: Terry Brooks 283 Pages Published in 1999 Legends** Novelization of the film What It’s About: I’m guessing that if you’re here, you’ve at least seen the movies, so I don’t need to go into detailed plot summaries. In brief, The Phantom Menace begins the Prequel trilogy with the introduction of Anakin Skywalker as aContinue reading “Book Review: The Phantom Menace”