I’ll get this statement over with straightaway – yes this book is written in a very different style to other Star Wars novels so far. However, something else I’ll say right off the bat – I really enjoyed this style! It gave the novel a sharp, snappy pace which made it utterly unputdownable. It’s a … More Review: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig
**I need to put a spoiler warning in here – these two books contain a couple of big events of the war which I’m going to talk about and if you are trying to read this series completely blind I suggest skipping this review until you’ve caught up!** Following immediately after the events of Star … More New Jedi Order: Enemy Lines I & II
It’s hard to put into words how much this book meant to me. As a Jyn fan since my very first viewing of Rogue One, I was always going to find this book extremely compelling. Although there is action aplenty, Revis has managed to create a deeply personal, unflinching account of one of the most … More Review: Rebel Rising by Beth Revis
As this year draws to a close, I thought it would be nice to take a look back at the Star Wars books I have read this year! I’ve been pleased with the amount I have gotten through this year (especially since…shock horror…I haven’t just been reading Star Wars books, I’ve mixed it up and … More A Year in Books!
Lost Stars is an extremely accessible book – all you need to enjoy this novel is to have watched the Original Trilogy. It spans across the entirety of the Original Trilogy, taking us right up to the Battle of Jakku. It’s the story of two young recruits, Ciena Rae and Thane Kyrell, as they join … More Review: Lost Stars by Claudia Gray
Every now and then, a book comes along when you least expect it, sneaking up on you quietly before absolutely blowing your mind. Phasma by Delilah S Dawson did that to me. I was expecting to like Phasma (I mean, it’s a Star Wars book – what’s not to like?!), a book about a mysterious, … More Review: Phasma by Delilah S. Dawson
I’m baaack! After a quick hiatus from the New Jedi Order due to extreme heartache, I decided to stop wallowing in Star by Star sorrow and drag myself back in to the fight against the Vong! My first thought on picking up Dark Journey by Elaine Cunningham – “What’s this, a Jaina Solo book? Yes … More New Jedi Order: Dark Journey