Discussion in 'EU Community' started by Jedi-Knight-Corran, Jul 12, 2004.
But hurry up and read them all right away! O.O
so ive heard
Wraith Squadron! The last book of the series I got to read - and far and away my favourite... Except for Starfighters of Adumar. But that one kind of gets a category all its own.
Yes to everything Katana just said. Hurry up! *bounce* Adumar is my faaaavorite. And... the last.
so ive heard..............
im sensing a trend here
Excepting Mercy Kill, of course.
No? You don't count Mercy Kill?
I do. But Adumar is FAR BETTER. (Just because it's super quotable and has tons of Janson)
Oh. I was just referring to Mercy Kill as the last latest book of the series. Not disputing that Adumar is better. NEVER. (Although I do love Myri, ever so much.)
Okay. Whew. We are on the same pages. But WES JANSON IS MINE.
HE'S ALL YOURS. I prefer Wedge.
I finally finished, after a long delay, my rereading of I, Jedi and started on Starfighters of Adumar, as part of my Bantam favorites rereading that's been going on for far too long.
I had a big crush on Tycho when I read them.
Tycho is my favorite Rouge.
I just finished my rereading of Starfighters of Adumar today, so now the only X-wing book I still haven't read is Mercy Kill, and I have now moved on to a rereading of Before the Storm, the first book of the Black Fleet Crisis Trilogy.
I haven't reread Starfighters of Adumar in years... I think I might have to try and find a copy. One can never have too much Wes.
This is my first rereading of my Bantam favorites, the X-wing series, the Thrawn Trilogy, I, Jedi, the Black Fleet Crisis Trilogy, and the Hand of Thrawn Duology, since I had only read them through the library previously.
I did plan on re-reading the x-wing series last year, but events screwed things up and I had to pack all my books away due to a forced move. Still recovering from it... and although I was itching to read Mercy Kill, I didn't want to do that until I re-read the others. This series is by far my favourite in the EU. I, Jedi is also on of my favourites too, but I've not even got my copy of that book at the moment. I am hoping that there will be more X-Wing books, but starting where Isard's Revenge and Solo Command left off - there are some story lines which I don't think were quite tied up.
It is getting really quiet here.....
It is... Kinda spooky, really...
Yea, we need something x-wing t discuss. Only about a month left for those who waited o read Mercy Kill in paperback.
I don't know how anyone managed that!