Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Star Wars: Inch Towards Daley
It fits. In all three books he's in, he suffers a lot of abuse. I've always envisioned Nick as the Xander of the SWEU.
...or is it the TV Tropes reference that you take offense to?
The ultimate Star Wars pulp adventure, now with bonus literary quality.
Luke Skywalker and friends battle the evilest guy since Palpatine on a planet of melting rock that can simulate brains, minutes before the destruction of the entire solar system... written by Matthew Awesome Stover.
The best dam book in the Warlord era.
It's a TV Tropes reference? Now Iike it even less.
Completely off topic, but I had a friend who tried to read this book and put it down at that point. le sigh.
[that was not my summary. just to reiterate.]
Aw, don't sell yourself short!
A book proving that Stover is a pothead. (Sorry, I love you Stover, but I was like, da'hell was that all about?)
Well, dude, it's like the Force has, like, a Light Side and a Dark Side, right? And Jedi just use the Light Side, right? So what if there was this dude who, like, only used the Dark Side, like he didn't even know it was a side? He wouldn't even call it the Dark Side, he'd just call it, like, the Dark. But we all know that the Light Side is totally more, like, righteous and copacetic than the Dark Side, so Luke and the bad guy have to have, like, a giant final battle, in like, this whole world of Light and Dark, and the Light will totally beat the Dark. I mean, if you just turn on a light, the dark goes away, right?
Man, that would be so far out. Far out like a Snorgdarbflaxian low-orbit eagle.
Wow, dude, that was, like, so deep, I double posted it.
Warlord of the Week: thank goodness it's back!
At least by Mindor he's only doing pot. Back with Blade of Tyshalle, it was LSD 24/7.
You don't need drugs when you're on Nietzsche.
Shadows of Mindor: She Wasn't A Redhead
The one with the awesome Tim Seeley cover art - seriously, that's all you need to know right there.
Please tell me you're joking.
Absolutely. I meant Dave Seeley.
The one with the awesome Dave Seeley cover art - seriously, that's all you need to know right there.
The book where Luke isn't afraid of the dark.
Hobbie's prostheses are mentioned for the first time after Darklighter was written, and TIE Defenders show up five years too early, but at least Feylis gets a namecheck.
(Still bitter about the Darklighter Hobbie retcon and X-Wing Rogue Squadron's cancellation.)
Cronal... with a pun!?
TIE Defenders have been around since TIE Fighter, which took place shortly after the Battle of Hoth, and an Imperial starfighter squadron based on the Executor during the Battle of Endor, Onyx Squadron, was the first line unit to field TIE Defenders, which replaced its TIE Bombers.
Havac wins, after he and Uli leave everyone else in the dust.
Interspecies Romance for Dummies: Selonian Edition.
Space cop helps sometime spacegas station attendant spring space mobsters from space prison, then sneaks onto space capital, and ends up stuck in a subterranean spaceship.