tags: Star Wars

Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel

The story of how Orson Krennic duped Galen Erso into helping construct the Death Star is not a story that needed to be told.

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Alphabet Squadron

Alphabet Squadron is the first in a three-book “Star Wars” series that’s set after the Battle of Endor.

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Benioff and Weiss are bringing The Three-Body Problem to Netflix

Hmm.

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The Clone Wars, season 7

I’m glad Dave Filoni and Co. got the opportunity to finish “The Clone Wars” the way they wanted to.

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The Rise of Skywalker: Extended Edition (audiobook)

I listened to this because reviews noted that it addressed some of the story holes in “Rise of Skywalker.” Those holes bothered me.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

I saw “Rise of Skywalker” in the theater when it came out in December 2019, but I forgot to put it on this list. The digital edition was released in mid-March of 2020 so this entry represents the second and third times I’ve seen the film.

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Resistance Reborn

This book is set between “The Last Jedi” and “The Rise of Skywalker.”

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Ahsoka

This “Star Wars” book follows Ahsoka about a year after Order 66.

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Last Shot

This book is set a few years after “Return of the Jedi.”

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Thrawn: Treason

This is the third Thrawn book I’ve read. They’re all interesting enough, but the story is spinning its wheels.

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Star Wars Rebels, seasons 1-4

“Rebels” is a fun “Star Wars” show that provides a snapshot of the “Star Wars” galaxy in the immediate years before the Battle of Yavin.

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Thrawn: Alliances

This book takes place in two time periods.

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The Clone Wars, seasons 1-6

I first tried watching “The Clone Wars” about three years ago and couldn’t get into it.

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Star Wars From a Certain Point of View

I picked this book up on a whim at the library. It’s a collection of 40 short stories covering secondary characters during “A New Hope.”

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Thrawn

Yes. I like to read “Star Wars” books like Thrawn. No, I am not embarrassed about that.

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