Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Not to be confused with the popular Clone Wars-era adult holofilm, "Mission to Mount Yoda."
So I guess SPIN has a secret base on Dagobah, specifically on a mountain named after Yoda, even though Luke never told anyone he was trained by Yoda on Dagobah per HTTE and no one would have any reason to believe that Yoda had any connection to Dagobah -- IT'S FATE.
Luke chop-chops some beetles with unpronounceable names.
@Havac wins this one.
Getting away from the Jedi Prince series for a moment...
Dash Rendar falls for a singer with silver hair and eyes that changes colors, and we get some bad ESB puns.
They cut the "Adam Levine runs down an exploding hallway" scene at the last minute; sadly, the cover was already locked.
A Wookiee and an Ewok walk into a cantina, see...
Apparently, if you want to get anything done, program a droid to do it, even if the droid is busy carrying out contradictory directives.
Starring Dash Rendar and LE-BO2D9, though you'd never know it by their characterizations.
Can we possibly shoe-horn Han Solo into another pre-ANH novel: yes we can.
Han Solo and his SOTE knockoff, together at last!
Han Solo and Dash Rendar execute a daring plan to switch personalities, allowing Dash to play the role of a lovable, befuddled everyman; also, apparently he has a partner now who's like Kit Fisto's nephew or whatever because you can't have a book without the Force anymore.
Holostar: the novel that should have been about Wynssa Starflare.
@Havac Dashes this one. And I apologize for nothing.
I don't believe we've done this one before, but if I'm wrong I'm sure someone more studious than I will catch it.
Full cover or GTFO.
Wait, Winter and Kell–and this isn't the X-Wing series?
Star Wars is rounding up the usual suspects
Zahn does the impossible and writes a book without ever including or even mentioning Thrawn or Mara Jade.
Much like a 2000's M Night Shyamalan film, it was cruising along decently until there was an absolutely unnecessary reveal.
Zahn wants to write Ocean's 11 and decides it will sell more with a starwars label on it
Adventure (heh), excitement (heh), gambling & rewards (well)- a smuggler craves all these things.
The book that leaves you wondering why Lando didn't murder Han on sight as soon as the Falcon landed on Bespin.
@Todd the Jedi makes a comeback.
I'm feeling bland and boring this fine morning.
Take your pick.
The adaptation that proves that not even a good science fiction writer can salvage the mess that is The Phantom Menace.
The same plot as the movie.