Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Just trying to follow your teachings.
Fixed. Can actually think of five, so...
Edit: double post
Gonna give this one more day because everyone hates me. Or no one cares about TCW tie-in books. Probably the former.
Well, I hope I have beat a dead eopie enough that everyone knows which one of those reasons is mine.
Pretty sure AF is the only one who'e actually read these, so seeing as I haven't, I'll throw my support behind her entry.
Aww... I thought you and I had a connection.
I guess I haven't beaten that dead eopie enough after all, so to put it quite bluntly, I have no interest in TCW tie-ins. I was going for a play on beating a dead horse, since I seem to do that a lot and everyone around here seems to like that play on it, but all I apparently managed to do was confuse Coop, though I think instantdeath understood me.
I was joking.
I was kind of hoping that was the case, just being thorough.
anakinfansince1983 wins this one.
We've got just one more TCW tie-in, then I promise to get to something more than 10% of the board has actually read.
These covers are getting worse all the time.
Obi-Wan and Anakin have some good brotherly bonding while trapped on a dangerous planet, and Bail Organa figures out that Padme is in love with Anakin in a "thank you Captain Obvious" moment.
What about No Prisoners?
And the comics?
Per the cover: Clone Wars Adventure featuring DNA, hexagons, squares, gambits, sieges, fire, plains, warfare, and a very angry Jedi lady.
Huh, I did skip No Prisoners, didn't I? I'll save it for a rainy day.
As for the comics, it'll have to be a really rainy day.
Anakin and Obi-Wan hide in a village that makes Ewok villages look massive in comparison, while Ahsoka watches Rex and Coric work out.
The one that sat on my bookshelf for a couple of months before I could summon enough willpower to actually read.
Something happened in this book that happens to involve gambits, a siege, and the Clone Wars
Gambit - Siege: Half a story that has so little going for it that everyone just remembers that Obi-Wan's got his least important love interest in it.
PAIN AND EXHAUSTION AND PAIN AND ANGST AND PAIN AND TORTURE AND PAIN AND MORE EXHAUSTION AND PAIN AND THEN TOTAL BOREDOM AT OBI-WAN AND ANAKIN SITTING AROUND HICKSVILLE ALL DAY AND THEN EXASPERATION WHEN YOU REALIZE THEY HAVE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO WITH RESOLVING THE ENTIRE PLOT THEY WERE SENT OUT ABOUT BECAUSE THE AUTHOR'S MARY SUE DOES IT ALL IN A PAGE AND A HALF AND PAIN.
So you have actually read it?
Havac suffers for his art.
Hey, I actually enjoyed those books.
In spite of the fact that you could start a drinking game based on how often people cry. And you'd end up with alcohol poisoning.
I think it's safe to say Havac won this one
As Todd pointed out, I did happen to skip over No Prisoners. Rather than do it later, I figure it's better to just rip the bandage off and get it over with.