Star Wars: Death Troopers
Publish date: June 28th 2011
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Media Tie In
, Star Wars
Series: Star Wars
I'm not a Star Wars fan and I really liked this book. Probably because it wasn't very similar to other Star Wars products! Anyway, I got this book 'cause I wanted some bloody space zombies and the story delivered just that. It's a simple read, except from the technical and medical lingo used here an...
“Well, we’re on a Star Destroyer being chased by the living dead”The Purge is an Imperial prison barge. When it makes an unexpected stop near a ghost Star Destroyer, Captain of the Guard, Jareth Sartoris, is sent aboard to find spare parts. Instead, their party is split up, and only half returns. ...
God help me, but I liked this book. I didn't want to and didn't really think I would, but well, I did...and most likely because I didn't expect much from it in the first place. When I first heard of a Star Wars book about zombies, I could only predict disastrous results. Zombies are fine and good, b...
A curious idea: zombies and Star Wars. The SW franchise pretty much has the skill to grab whatever genre may be popular at the time and make a Star Wars tale out of it. That's what all those Republic Commando stories were, for instance; they were off the fact that a while back all those squad-based ...
Meh. Interesting premise, but pleased with the ending. Jan and Chewie felt like they were only thrown in for a Star Warsy feel.
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