Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
No wonder you need medication.
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What if I just don't like osik that screws with other people's work and don't particularly care about The Holiday Special?
Now now, there's no need to bring LOTF/FOTJ/TCW into a nice conversation about wookiee porn. Things could get uncomfortable.
Chewbacca's home life is detailed in this merry holiday romp for the whole family - including that creepy cousin you only see when you have to.
See everything Chewie gave up to voluntarily enslave himself to a human.
The horror, the horror.
@ cleans up, with 8 words no less. Now that's how it's done.
If there's a lesson to be learned from Shatterpoint, it's that you do not want Mace Windu to go all Pulp Fiction on your ass.
The novelisation of the game Windu: The Badassening.
This novel proves that anyone who crosses Mace Windu is well and truly forked.
Heart of Darkness: INNNNNN SPAAAAAAACE!!!!!!
Mace Windu's home planet is a really ****ty place and war brings out the worst in the best Jedi.
Mace Windu kicks butt
The question "What if Samuel Jackson became a Jedi, then starred in Apocalypse Now?" gets answered in the most awesome manner possible.
Heart of Darkness... with a purple lightsaber!
In which we learn the origins of the future Mayor of Sernpidal, Nick Rostu.
Samuel L Jackson is the baddest Jedi in the galaxy, Depa Billaba goes sane and the answer to how many arms Kar Vastor sees is "rawr".
ASSKICKING AND PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION OF WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A JEDI AND ASSKICKING.
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[This summary of Shatterpoint was deemed unsuitable for public viewing and had to be censored.]
A story by which Stover demonstrates that his conversion to Star Wars is complete!
The horror... the horror, "What horror ain't no planet I ever heard of, do they speak Basic on horror? BASIC MOTHER F***ER This book speaks it; even about philosophy (cause MW would kick it's @$$ other wise).
Shatterpoints on a plane-t.
@ becomes our first winner of 2013!
The Cestus Deception.
Technically the Obi-Wan Clone Wars novel, but really it's more about Kit Fisto, sex-changing bugs, and learning for the first of infinitely many times that clones are real, unique people and not just a bunch of mindless identical copies of Jango, this time via their ability to name themselves "Jango's brother" and screw Jango's girlfriend.