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There are plenty of sites that do reviews. You can find them on Amazon, Goodreads and Youtube. But so far as I know, none of them are focused on the continuity of the original Star Wars expanded universe. That is my aim, to judge it not only on whether I liked the story but how well did it fit with everything else. While each story may stand alone, there may be callbacks to other stories that you might enjoy reading, or stories following that used a simple throwaway element from that story for a whole new tale! I try and list those so you know where to look.

  • Outbound Flight by Timothy Zahn

    Outbound Flight by Timothy Zahn

    The mysterious Outbound Flight Jedi colony ship was first mentioned all the way back in the Thrawn Trilogy, Heir to the Empire. Now at last its full story is told. Complicated manipulations by Darth Sidious, the stubborn determination of Jorus C’Baoth whose behavior has even the Jedi Council wary, and a crew of smugglers who … Read more

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  • Secrets of the Jedi by Jude Watson

    Secrets of the Jedi by Jude Watson

    Attachment is forbidden. A Jedi isn’t to fall in love. But it does happen. Across 3 generations this is explored in Secrets of the Jedi. Qui-Gon is barely over the loss of his secret beloved, when he, Obi-Wan, Adi-Gallia & Siri are sent to protect a boy who is witness to an assassination plot. The … Read more

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  • Tales of Jabba’s Palace

    Tales of Jabba’s Palace

    The stories in Tales of Jabba’s Palace are short and stand alone in themselves, but most of them interweave with the others. It’s creative and entertaining how the beings in Jabba’s palace are expanded here. This isn’t just a different points of view of the events but a bit of background and some on their … Read more

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  • Star Wars Starfighter

    Star Wars Starfighter

    This prequel era Starfighter game starts right before the Trade Federation Blockade of Naboo and is a blast to play. There are three starfighters flown throughout the main story involving a pirate, free trader and a Naboo pilot. While a blast to play it had a learning curve as I am not the best pilot … Read more

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  • Scourge by Jeff Grubb

    Scourge by Jeff Grubb

    When a young Jedi is killed, a Jedi archivist must find the reason for his fate. A mysterious new and deadly spice, a new scourge on the galaxy, seems involved. Along with the young Jedi’s sister, and her bothan companion, they have to finish the original mission to get exclusive hyperdrive routes from the Hutts, … Read more

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  • Jabba the Hutt: The Art of the Deal

    Jabba the Hutt: The Art of the Deal

    Jabba the Hutt in all of his infamous ugliness! Jabba the Hutt: The Art of the Deal is a story of greed, gore, and twists where you can get away with rooting for the Hutt because honestly, his opponents are just as criminal as he is. Jabba the Hutt : The Art of the Deal … Read more

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  • Legacy 2 Reviews

    Legacy 2 Reviews

    Legacy 2 is set over 100 years after Return of the Jedi and the last of the stories of Luke, Han and Leia. it’s right on the heels of Legacy, containing it’s wrap up. I’ll start here as that is a much longer arc. Legacy 2 stars Ania Solo with new friends and it’s a … Read more

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  • Planet of Twilight

    Planet of Twilight

    This book by Barbara Hambly had some interesting moments and made good use of the original trilogy characters. Once more there is an abundance of creepy bugs, but there is also a well balanced use of old characters as well as some new ones. There is a lot of mystery and suspense in this package. … Read more

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  • Darksaber


    Darksaber by Kevin J. Anderson is the follow up to Children of the Jedi and follows multiple threads. It’s a bit of a complex story, involving the Jedi, the Empire and the Hutts, as well as Luke’s saga with Callista, his would be lover. It’s actually quite a roller coaster of an adventure and jumps … Read more

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  • Dark Lord: Rise of Darth Vader

    Dark Lord: Rise of Darth Vader

    This novel, Dark Lord Riise of Darth Vader, really is a transition period for the fallen knight. The catalyst is not surprisingly, surviving Jedi, a struggle he’s wrestled with before. After all, his choice was predicated on saving his wife and he lost her and his health at the same time. Formerly the Jedi Anakin … Read more

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  • Labyrinth of Evil

    Labyrinth of Evil

    Leading directly into Revenge of the Sith, Labyrinth of Evil by James Luceno takes Anakin and Obi-Wan on a hunt for the identity of Darth Sidious. This is the trail that could lead them to unveiling their foe before he is ready. While most of us already know who that is, sometimes the journey is … Read more

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  • Death Star Book Review

    Death Star Book Review

    The Death Star by Michael Reaves and Steve Perry adds a whole new depth to the first ever Star Wars movie, A New Hope. From the movie standpoint we only see the side (mostly) of the heroic freedom fighters. But while villains ran the Death Star, there were others aboard, who had bought into the … Read more

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  • Patterns of Force, Coruscant Nights 3

    Patterns of Force, Coruscant Nights 3

    Patterns of Force doesn’t just wrap up the Coruscant Nights trilogy, but several plotlines from previous Michael Reaves’s stories and finishes in a satisfying way. It is a fun adventure, but a bit frustrating because it doesn’t so much explain all it’s own started threads as well. I love the general story I just do … Read more

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  • Street of Shadows, Coruscant Nights 2

    Street of Shadows, Coruscant Nights 2

    The main story in Street of Shadows is a murder mystery set in the Star Wars dark times, when the few surviving Jedi are in hiding. The main story is well worth a read, though I didn’t care for the side quest and the continuity hiccups were a distraction. It continues the set noir style … Read more

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  • Cloak of Deception Review

    Cloak of Deception Review

    by James Luceno This is kind of an adventure crossed with a political thriller and a mystery that, if you’ve seen the movies, you do know the answer to. But you don’t know how it got that way! It’s a solid story if you like intrigue, or if you want more Qui-Gon. Cloak of Deception … Read more

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