Kenobi: Star Wars
Publish date: July 1st 2014
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Series: Star Wars
I'll be far from anywhere, and alone, with nothing but my regrets to keep me company. If only there were a place to hide from those. Following the devastation of Episode III, this novel gives us a glimpse of everyone's favorite (well, at least he's my favorite) Jedi master as he struggles to determ...
This book was bad in so many ways. First, the plot was ludicrous, so full of holes. I know, it's Star Wars and SW is notorious for bad plots, having only 2 out of the 6 movies worth watching. Second, "Ben" Kenobi doesn't use a lightsaber until the last 30 pages. A Jedi novel? Despite trying to ...
This was one of the most satisfying Star Wars novels I've read in a number of years. I'm leery of prequel stuff in general; not only were the movies bad, but a lot of the EU stuff from the prequel years has been really bad as well. I picked this one up off of pretty rave reviews on a bunch of differ...
Other reviews have noted how Kenobi reads like a Star Wars meets Firefly crossbreed, and I agree- but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable. In fact, it adds a extra dose of flavor to a universe gone stale. It also adds spice to the story that the hero of this eponymous tale is largely viewed thro...
If you have wondered about that question, this is the book that will answer it for you. I have posted my review of the book on my blog, The Itinerant Librarian. Excerpt from the review: "This novel has a great premise: what did Obi-Wan Kenobi do right after he went into exile at the end of Revenge...
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