Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
The book that tells us (unlike the movie) why "Always two there are".
In which we learn Dooku was actually 400 years old.
The covers don't lie- everyone just sternly stares at each other for 300 pages.
Learn about the (New) Sith Wars!
Injured Tuskens, Bane, and....blank-face covers, oh my!
undisputed best all new Star Wars film of the 1990's
oh is this supposed to be about the book, its in the lit forum Duh, Ok then redo, Best is this R2 a garbage can moment "dissen open?"
The one that makes The Approaching Storm look interesting.
It has a mention of the Z-95 Headhunter in it, and that's about the nicest thing I can say.
Fourth best novelization.
Scientific proof that reading about podracing is slightly less boring than watching podracing.
"But mom, I wanted the copy with Anakin on the cover.... ouch, what was that for?"
People may give this novelization a hard time . . . but any version of TPM without Jake Lloyd's acting has got to be an improvement.
Maybe it loses it's impact in print, I'm sure the movie won't be this dull.
After writing in the Lord of the Rings universe, Terry Brooks turns his attention to Starwars
The book that established Darth Zannah is in fact a cross-dressing dude.
The book was better.
At first I was like
but then I was like
A very underrated movie.
The novel in which a 9-year-old Anakin proposes to an expressionless woman he just met, because she's from Iego or something.
The book I've had for like 15 years and have yet to read....
BTW Maul cover or GTFO
I have the Amidala cover. I had forgotten there were two others.
One of the dullest SW reads I've ever seen. Pretty simplistic.
It's Snake Eyes before he got famous, also some other more boring people, making cool things boring.