Star Wars Books: A Random Find

It’s hard browsing books these days. The Covid pandemic has shut down libraries, and severely curtailed book store hours and browsing policies. My favorite used book store still isn’t open yet, though I can shop its inventory online. It’s not quite the same, though. There’s something about ambling through the stacks, perusing the book spines,Continue reading “Star Wars Books: A Random Find”

Star Wars Links: Youtini

I’m probably a little late to to the party, but I’ve just discovered Youtini.com. Youtini is a website covering all things books, comics, graphic novels, and children’s books from the Star Wars universe. It has reading guides, release dates, timelines, book reviews, and something called Bookshelf, which is a cool way of keeping track ofContinue reading “Star Wars Links: Youtini”

Star Wars Author Spotlight: James Luceno

James Luceno is a prolific Star Wars author, with many titles (SW or not) to his name. Here’s just a partial list of his Star Wars novels: Labyrinth of Evil. This is a Legends novel that takes place in between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. It’s actually a prequel to aContinue reading “Star Wars Author Spotlight: James Luceno”

Book Review: Labyrinth of Evil

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”

Book Review: Razor’s Edge

Author: Martha Wells 350 pages Published in 2014 EU/Legends Placement in Timeline: Between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back What It’s About: Princess Leia and Han Solo are leading a delegation to Arnot Station to make a deal to purchase vital supplies for a new secret base. But en route their ship, TheContinue reading “Book Review: Razor’s Edge”

Star Wars Legends Books

So here at Star Wars Reader I’ve been reviewing canon books, because that’s what I’m most interested in. However, that doesn’t mean I’m going to neglect the EU/Legends books. The only Legends book I’ve read and reviewed so far is Kenobi, and I absolutely loved it. So there’s no reason to think I wouldn’t loveContinue reading “Star Wars Legends Books”