William Shakespeare's the Empire Striketh Back
Publish date: March 18th 2014
Publisher: Quirk Books
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
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, Star Wars
Nay, nay! Try thou not. But do thou or do thou not, For there is no “try.” ~Yoda, Act III, Scene 7 Apparently I was not the only one put off by the excessive use of the Chorus in Verily, A New Hope. Enough people complained that Doescher mentioned it in the acknowledgments of this book and talke...
Loved it!. I liked that Boba had a more of a voice in the book since he doesn't get to say all that much in the movie. I enjoyed this one as much the first in the series. It's a wonderful mixture of the Bard and everything I love about Star Wars. Who doesn't love a sassy R2-D2?! Eager to move on ...
The wonderful combination of Elizabethan theater and the Galaxy Far, Far Away returns in William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back by Ian Doescher. Combining his love of the classic trilogy and the Bard, Doescher followed up the overwhelming success of his first crossover adaptation by bringing...
I really liked the first book (or should I say "the 4th"? Heh...), but this one I liked even more. Perhaps because the movie itself was my favourite one in the original trilogy. Certainly also because the asides, this time, were used more often to reflect the action, and this seemed to fit better. S...
William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back by Ian Doescher is the second in the series to retell the story of the Star Wars original trilogy in Shakespearean English. The first, William Shakespeare's Star Wars, was a delightful book. This one is almost as good. This installment is more serious a...