Posted: February 20, 2012 Filed under: Books, Review, Star Wars | Tags: anakin skywalker, c'baoth, car'das, chiss, grand admiral, jedi, Jomark, jorus c'baoth, joruus, luke skywalker, Mitth'raw'nuruodo, new jedi order, new republic, obi-wan kenobi, old republic, outbound flight, sith, star, star wars, thrawn, timothy zahn, wars, Wayland, zahn
Another post, another Star Wars book review. I’ve found myself inundated with time and as I never really did a lot of reading for fun while in university, here I am, striking back.
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Posted: February 3, 2012 Filed under: Books, Review, Star Wars | Tags: a new hope, bioware, chiss, clones, coruscant, dark force rising, empire strikes back, expanded universe, george lucas, gilad pellaeon, grand admiral, grand admiral thrawn, han solo, joruus c'baoth, knights of the old republic, leia organa, leia organa-solo, luke skywalker, mara jade, mike baron, new republic, noghri, old republic, original trilogy, pellaeon, princess leia, rebel alliance, return of the jedi, spaarti cloning cylinders, star wars, talon karrde, the clone wars, the last command, the thrawn trilogy, thrawn, timothy zahn
1983 is a significant date in the history of Star Wars; not only did it mark the release of Return of the Jedi, but it was also the last year in the 1980s that a Star Wars book would be published (not if you count the Star Wars Roleplaying Game sourcebook that was released in 1987). After Return of the Jedi, there were fears that the whole “Star Wars” thing had dried up and that public interest was waning. For all intents and purposes, Star Wars was dead. Read the rest of this entry »