This thrilling young adult novel gives listeners a macro view of some of the most important events in the Star Wars universe, from the rise of the Rebellion to the fall of the Empire. Listeners will experience these major moments through the eyes of two childhood friends - Ciena Ree and Thane Kyrell - who have grown up to become an Imperial officer and a Rebel pilot. Now on opposite sides of the war, will these two star-crossed lovers reunite, or will duty tear them - and the galaxy - apart?
Star Wars: Lost Stars also includes all-new post-Star Wars: Return of the Jedi content as well as hints and clues about the upcoming film Star Wars: The Force Awakens, making this a must-listen for all Star Wars fans.
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Cure for the Aftermath Blues
- Matt H.
Very enjoyable with believable characters.
The characters are well written and very believable. It also shows a side rarely explored. 2 normal people who served the Empire, caught up in the wonders of a galaxy never seen, to belatedly find out they boarded a sinking ship! They slowly learn the Empire they thought, that brought hope and order, only brought death, and misery and had to figure out, what to do with themselves. The relationship between the 2 main characters both changing and being tested over time, was also masterfully written. Must read...listen! Ahem!
The Fate of the Jedi series from EU. The relationship of Ben Skywalker and Vestara, is one of the few times a friendship turned love, was also handled so well. The whole, "from the other side of the fence...", but I still want you aspect. It was handled well.
Anything with both mains in it.
If you remotely like Star Wars and want a SW book that can handle love/lust and unbreakable bonds, get it! It's not just some rehash of the movies, but slightly retold. The description does it no justice. It has some of the historical moments of the movies yes, but cleverly worked in and not shoe horned. Wish the last 7 minutes were about the main characters, but that was my only complaint.
- Mike Laster