Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Commander Cody, the time has come: execute wedding registries.
Remember how tragic Order 66 was for the Jedi in the movie, 'cause this book makes it seem like those dumb Jedi fully deserved it, except for the one who loves clones and Mandos, who's killed by other Jedi in an even more stupid and pointless manner anyway.
This one disagrees with you.
Order 66: Traviss keeps using those words, I do not think they mean what she thinks they mean.
Shab, shebs, and shabuir would have been a more appropriate title for this book.
"Clones find a runty little Jedi girl while on a mission; hilarity (and revenge) ensues."
I expected more competition from this one.
The mains avoid the big issue we thought we were building up to and one tests the effeciveness of that weapon she's carried her entire life using her chest.
ezekiel22x officially takes home half of the Republic Commando series. Gonna hold off on 501st for now in favor of, oh, I dunno...
Someone kindly get the thread title for me--this had better be a good one.
THE POWER OF WARU COMPELS YOU
The Holy Scripture of the Church of Waru, in which His Gelatinousness is violated by Luke Skywalker, who attempts to send him back from whence he came.
There's Always Room for Waru.
You mean there is always room inside Waru
Nothing says Star Wars like naked centaurs, golden blobby gods, Hitler Youth parallels, and stellar astrophysics that make no sense!
Darth Vaders Apprentice… no not Starkiller… no not Tremayne either, I mean the unimportant one, tries to conquer the galaxy with help from a creature from Otherspace, who sadly turns out not to be a Charon.
"This is what happens when you let a Star Trek author write Star Wars EU."
In which it is revealed the entire history of the GFFA was just one long Waru drug trip.
Possibly one of the most popular and enduring books ever, since if anyone needs an explanation for something weird or stupid, Waru is brought up, whether its as a potential final villain for Luke Skywalker to fight (or a rematch since this first time he didn't do so well) or future Chief of State candidate or as a potential addition to the Mortis legend, Waru is the answer (well, either Waru or Daiman, since Daiman knows all too, wait, you don't think... dun dun dun).
That's... really all that can be said about this one.
In Soviet Russia Crseih Station, steak orders YOU.
The Crystal Star: one of the main reasons many people disregard the EU.
I always thought Star Wars needed more Jell-o wrestling, but this book proved me wrong.
Young Jedi Knights #0
The book where we learned what happened to Lord Daiman's golden eye.
damn you, so that's why Waru was seeking his lost other half... he missed the blue Eye!!! from now on I am on the look out for blue blobs