Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Luke and Ben compete in the space Olympics and it's kind of awesome but also pointless.
Ooh, ooh, it's the backlash against those readers who thought Allston was better than this; he signed onto this mess willingly, you know!
Or so they would have us believe.
It gives her immense pleasure
Indeed. It seems that Todd the Jedi has hit upon the perfect formula: rip apart Daala=tons of likes. But can it continue to capture the heart and minds of OSOLers? Probably.
I think that's supposed to be Luke on the cover?
Star Wars attempts to capture some of the Twilight market in a desperate bid to increase book sales.
With Allies like the titular ones, who needs Space Cthulhu?
Oh dear Waru; when you thought the cover art could not gat worst: Allies strikes down to burn your eyes
FotJ gets so stupid that it's impossible to even write a clever sentence about it.
That's the one where they go that that one planet and Wesley destroys that one sacred thing, and almost gets executed for it...oh, wait...wrong Universe...
The enemy of my enemy is not necessarily my friend.
The plots slowly move along while Golden proves yet again that she doesn't understand the characters she's writing.
The cover is the best thing about this one—and the cover...I'd be willing to ally with Sith to destroy it.
Ben Skywalker is given a love interest in a heavy-handed, cringe-inducing fashion that makes the romance in Attack of the Clones look inspired.
Is that Luke Skywalker or young Brad Pitt on the cover?
Seeking to reconnect to the Force, Callista gets eaten by an ancient Force monster; turns out this may not have been the best idea.
Luke gets fatherhood advice from a Sith Lord while Vestara gets anti-punishment advice from Ben.
For over a thousand generations, the Jedi and Republic failed to put a dent in the Hutts' slave-based civilisation - then a couple of blundering Sith, reintroduced to space travel just two years earlier, decide 'hey, that fountain looks neat' and bring the whole edifice tumbling down.
Abolitionist are evil! At least according to Daala, cause she is a good judge of morality
That was two.
Aren't you allowed two sentences?
No, but feel free to shamelessly abuse all of the hyphens, colons, and semicolons you can shoehorn in.
"Ackmena is back" --- in some of the larger cantinas and karaoke bars, the cheering went on for over an hour.
Backlash is only a slightly more convoluted version of Django Unchained.
This is one of the many books in which Luke kills Abeloth after she ate his ex-girlfriend, and also one of the many books in which Daala attacks the Jedi, who are all trapped in the Temple because apparently it happened to be free onion rings at bowling night or something.
They were at the Jedi temple because they wanted to be in the story.