Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Either the Magical Mystery Tour features a Sky House party or it doesn't count.
Han tries going solo against the Vong, but he inevitably picks up a wise-cracking traveling companion and many hijinks ensue.
Dang I missed Ruin. I'm going to do it anyway:
Wedge Antilles' passionate search for the truth about his sister is poignantly resolved off screen, Gavin's secret pain over the loss of his Bothan lover isn't resolved at all and Corran Horn is so shamed that he retires entirely from public life for the rest of his days for the next couple of books.
As for Hero's Trial . . .
Lunceno, desperate to prove his bona fides, works in at least one character from every other EU novel ever written.
Han and a space Gypsy face his past while the Vong make their first strike against the Jeedai.
Han finally quits drinking and decides to stroll down EU memory lane with a monkey-dude, a YV chick and her pet bird.
My God; is Droma in this book too?
Not an entry, but just to get the easy joke out of the way:
Han Jovi and the Amazing Technicolor Warmaster.
The Hutts unsuccessfully try to make the Vong an offer they can’t refuse, while Jacen thinks it’s a good idea to let his psycho cousin take control of Centerpoint instead of Anakin.
Despite the cover, this book does *not* detail the Han Solo/Tsavong Lah buddy-cop comedy of the year.
COPL and YJK join the list of references as Jacen screws up the New Republic's fiendish superweapon trap, Leia finagles a fleet out of an old flame, and Han tries to do the right . . . my god, is that Bollux -- wait, no, really, is it Bollux or not?
Part two of James Luceno's plan to single-handedly reference every character from the Bantam Days while overzealously making sure that that one droid can't possibly in any way whatsoever be Bollux, but it night be, but possibly no, but you never know
Democracy gets desperate and confers with a former terrorist, which starts a trend which will end well.
Luke sits on his backside for months and sends his teenage nephews to fire a supergun!
I hope you remember that weird Amazon Fantasy land from that silly book about Han and Leia, because it's just decided that it's not going anywhere after all.
Despite not actually mentioning the plot, RC 's running away with it, so I'm gonna call this one early in order to do a SPECIAL ONE DAY ONLY BONUS ROUND!!!
Carrie Fisher reprises her role from The Blues Brothers.
Caught between two men, Leia decides to solve her relationship problems the only way a woman can... WITH A GUN?!
Leia Organa and the Floating Rebel Heads of DOOM
Don't let the title fool you, this is actually the cover of Coruscant Vogue, subtitled "how to fight a revolution with style."
I don't care what it's about - badass Leia gives me a lady boner.
Leia is perched on a RAZOR'S EDGE . . . between bad photoshop and lazy design!
Not when it's true.
Leia steals Maras wardrobe