I saw it today at Meijer.
I saw it today at Meijer.
Dang! This year's the hard part, where so many books come out, school's in full force (mainly grading and projects), and my time to read is as rare as a strong, well-written and interesting EU novel. I'm about 4 chapters into the Order 66 book, so I might not get to the Falcon for a while.
'It is always nice to see you, says the Besalisk at the counter... And instead I pour blue milk...' From "Dex's Diner" by Su-San Vega
already? wow, cool
when it rains it pours
I am halfway thru Order 66, haven't had the time to get to the new Coruscant Nights, and I still have some older Clone Wars novels I wanted to read before I started reading the Legacy line
I advise picking it up now, before the introductory sales price ends
they always sell them for like 30% off when they are brand new
I look forward to reading this!
[FONT=Book Antiqua]You must train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose
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since i haven't read any of the lagacy series it'll be awhile before i get to Falcon. but i did pick it up already.
Now about 9 chapters in, this has the potential to be one of the best EU is long time. Good flashbacks, decent "current" storyline, and far enough away from the LegaSee-If-We-Can-Completely-Ruin-the-Appeal-of-SW-For-Our-Readers of the Force plot that I think I'll like it. Never had a ship as a main character before, I don't think, and it's working out quite fine.
Finished this last week. I thought it ended better then it began. I didn't care for the ship having some kind of personality, like it wanted to be part of the rebellion, although I did like reading about the MF's storied past.
BAD needs: HK-50 torso, right arm and head
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Hmm, maybe I'll pick it up in paperback. Anybody know when that'll be coming?
"In Brooklyn, a castle, is where dwell I"
The use of a lightsaber does not make one a Jedi, it is the ability to not use it.
But, I have one word about reading this novel so far that'll bring joy to your ears, readers:
I am liking this book more and more; I'm more than halfway done. Bringing in details from the great Han Solo and Lando Calrissian Adventures stories by Daley and Smith respectively, summarizing the events of the last 50-some years or so of the SW galaxy, as well as the two main storylines running parallel to each other; Luceno's done a great job. Can't wait to finish it soon.