Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Two sentences, but I like it.
And yet, I just purchased numbers 7 & 11 from Amazon Marketplace, because recent developments have driven my EU collection OCD into overdrive and really want to be complete by the time VII ruins it all
Proof that hologram foil cover gimmicks are not limited to just early 90s comic books!
Two precocious kids and their kindly shapeshifting uncle land on a planet named D'vouran, and are somehow surprised when the planet starts devouring people, because Imperial weapons scientists apparently decided that "a planet that eats people who happen to land on it" would be the best use of their time and resources.
A planet threatens to eat two kids who still believe in the Jedi, and their uber eccentric uncle.
Forget "come to it", I was looking for an excuse.
The book that finally perfected Star Wars.
@Havac wins this one.
Let's stick with GOF for now. That way I don't have to do any work. That, and GOF is literary perfection. Yeah, let's go with that second one.
We're leaving behind the man-eating planet to explore the City of the Dead.
In which Boba Fett is insecure about his appearance.
Boba Fett vs. zombies; also there are some main characters or something.
The berries called "cryptberries" kill people; who'd have thunk it?
After visiting D'vouran, the Arrandas couldn't imagine a worse-sounding planet, until they came to... NECROPOLIS!!!
I find this thread's lack of
My initial entry was going to be to compare Boba Fett to Frank Booth but I figured no one would get the reference.
A conceptual precursor to Obsession, because it both killed off a movie character and later had that death negated without explanation by a more authoritative source.
This is why Dr. Evazan has the death sentence on 12 systems.
We'll do at least one more Galaxy of Fear book before a break is considered. Next up: The Planet Plague.
I don't feel any better about myself.
IT came from the Plague Planet!
ok... i didn't read any of the GoF books, but here's my submission for all of them after the first of the series:
Why haven't these two children sought out child protective services yet when their uncle keeps putting them in grave danger?
An evil disease is on the loose on a planet you've never heard of, but don't worry, there's a guy who can turn into a giant frog, plus Wedge Antilles, so you know no stupid goo disease is going to get one over on them!
What happened to the covers?
Bright side: the novel includes Wedge.