Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Nick Rostu goes out with a bang.
It's the end of character shields as we know it, and Chewie doesn't feel fine.
I'd been thinking of doing something like that too.
Goodbye to Chewie.
A foreign exchange author from the Forgotten Realms writes a book whose uneven writing and characterization is completely overshadowed by the death threats he received for killing the family dog as ordered by The Powers That Be.
The Life and Death of Boba Fett, once and future Mayor of Sernpidal.
I give this entry my full endorsement, for what it's worth.
Omigod, you killed Chewie. You bastards.
The most shocking, surprising, heart-wrenching, tear-jerking death to ever grace the pages of a Star Wars novel... Chewbacca, the Mayor of Sernpidal.
Don't go around tonight, for it's bound to take your life; there's a bad moon on the rise.
The train leaves the station...
But the carpet doesn't make it.
@Hav pretty much killed it.
Corran Horn Fake Death #6.
Jacen gets captured and thrown into the Embrace of Pain, but manages to escape, thereby gaining valuable experience that will prevent him from falling into such traps in the future.
The book that details the first occurrence of Anakin Solo having the hots for his aunt.
By the way, the title of the thread should probaly be changed to Dark Tide, otherwise it makes it seems that Dak Ralter is about to get his vengeance on everyone for leaving him in that snowspeeder.
Jacen trips over his Force vision.
They're on Dantooine, where Anakin has the hots for Mara Jade (to be fair, who doesn't?) which meant he had to die.
The further adventures of Corran Horn and some Yuuzhan Vong invasion, but who cares, more Corran
Jacen gets embraced by pain while his father tries desperately to escape it, Jaina makes pilot, Anakin needs to be slapped, and Mara is so strong and brave while fighting her illness--did we mention that Mara is so strong and brave?
The introduction to the greatest hero in the Star Wars universe: The Ganner.
I'm not even going to attempt an entry as nothing can surpass The Ganner.
The first of many NJO covers which depicts things that never actually happen in the novel.