Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Sorry, not familiar with this one.
@Havac comes in for a late win.
In one of its most dramatic scenes (after a robot-camel fight) a group of dwarves lower an ex-spice smuggler into a hole filled with smoke while a giant monkey with a broken robot on his back howls and a man with a black helmet, a man with a green helmet and a lot of men with white helmets watch.
Darth Vader concludes his search for Luke Skywalker, and the narrative concludes its search for a black person.
The first and only mention in literature of the Lando system.
The car broke down in space.
Hobbie and Veers both die in this novelization, but the EU ignores it in a rare example that will surely never be repeated again.
Misa ab iPhono meo est.
No, you just have to add, "...or, so we thought."
A book that somehow turns one of the greatest films off all time boring and forgettable
The one where Yoda is as blue as milk.
The unexciting novelization of one of the best movies of all time.
Luke gets all ticked off at remote lightsaber drones in a swamp and flat out calls them "little blasters" also, where in the heck did Yoda get friggin remote lightsaber training drones on Dagobah?
Well, at least the passing of time Luke spends on Dagobah is explained.
Too bad they gloss over what Leia and Han get up to in all that time...
Now that would have been an interesting book.
While I do tend to purposely let these things run long, this time I just simply forgot about it. Sorry. No, I mean it.
@CooperTFN wins. Ultimately, he was the one who reminded me what an idiot I was, and he should be rewarded for it.
Like with ROTS, I'm expecting good things.
The story of an estrange father who finds himself questioning his life choices when confronted by his son, also there is a daughter but he don't really care about her
You can't start a new round until there's a winner of the old one.
And I'm not just saying that because Jello and I are tied.
Heh, you're right. I quite literally remembered this as I rolled out of bed half awake, so it simply slipped my mind.
I'll have to think about this one.
Rewarding me for making you feel like an idiot? Dangerous precedent, my friend.
Not making me feel like an idiot, making me look like one. I always feel like an idiot.
In which the Emperor gloats privately "I am the Empire - I am the universe!"
I always confuse the author of this with James Caan.
Could be worse, I always confuse James Caan with James Caan.
IT'S A TRAP!