Star wars aftermath review amazon

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Aftermath (Star Wars: Aftermath, #1) by Chuck Wendig

New York Times Bestseller • Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Star Wars: Aftermath [reveals] what happened after the events of 1983’s Return of the Jedi. It turns out, there’s more than just the Empire for the good guys to worry about.”—The Hollywood Reporter

As the Empire reels from its critical defeats at the Battle of Endor, the Rebel Alliance—now a fledgling New Republic—presses its advantage by hunting down the enemy’s scattered forces before they can regroup and retaliate. But above the remote planet Akiva, an ominous show of the enemy’s strength is unfolding. Out on a lone reconnaissance mission, pilot Wedge Antilles watches Imperial Star Destroyers gather like birds of prey circling for a kill, but he’s taken captive before he can report back to the New Republic leaders.

Meanwhile, on the planet’s surface, former rebel fighter Norra Wexley has returned to her native world—war weary, ready to reunite with her estranged son, and eager to build a new life in some distant place. But when Norra intercepts Wedge Antilles’s urgent distress call, she realizes her time as a freedom fighter is not yet over. What she doesn’t know is just how close the enemy is—or how decisive and dangerous her new mission will be.

Determined to preserve the Empire’s power, the surviving Imperial elite are converging on Akiva for a top-secret emergency summit—to consolidate their forces and rally for a counterstrike. But they haven’t reckoned on Norra and her newfound allies—her technical-genius son, a Zabrak bounty hunter, and a reprobate Imperial defector—who are prepared to do whatever they must to end the Empire’s oppressive reign once and for all.
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The Ramble comments. There I got to connect with a passel of fans new and old, and meet rad folks from various corners of Star Wars fandom, and just generally have fun signing books and oh yeah maybe buying myself a remote control BB-8 and a Force Awakens LEGO Millennium Falcon. I had people come up to me randomly to get me to sign their book. Actually, all the folks from Tosche Station were a blast. Big ups to them for making me feel welcome and just generally being a hoot to hang with. Also Luke dies in the book seven times.

His writing gets you up close and personal. Wendig does wonders with dialogue and voice and carving out space for everyone to breathe. Aftermath is a strong foot forward into unexplored territory and puts down just enough foundation that you can start picturing the Resistance and First Order of The Force Awakens taking shape. Chuck Wendig is a novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. He is co-writer of the short film Pandemic and the Emmy-nominated digital narrative Collapsus. He currently lives in the forests of Pennsyltucky with wife, son, and red dog. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

Devastating blows against the Empire, and major victories for the Rebel Alliance. But the battle for freedom is far from over.
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It turns out, there's more than just the Empire for the good guys to worry about. Aftermath: Life Debt "Compulsively readable, the kind of caramel-corn book you just keep stuffing in your face until it's gone. Chuck Wendig is a novelist, screenwriter, and game designer.

Author Chuck Wendig tells fans to "stop being the Empire" after they criticize him for making the lead character gay in his novel "Star Wars: Aftermath. When it comes to debating the finer points of a galaxy far, far away and the characters that inhabit it, "Star Wars" fans are a vocal bunch. Sinjir's sexuality is established in the book, but not the focus of the story, which traces the officer's adventures after he rejects the evil Empire following the Battle of Endor featured in the film "Return of the Jedi. But not everyone was happy with Wendig's decision to make his "Star Wars" hero gay in a book that is part of the official "Star Wars" canon known as the Expanded Universe, or EU. Some fans who don't believe the "Star Wars" universe has room for gay characters have flooded Amazon's "Aftermath" page with negative, one-star reviews. In fact, one-star reviews count for 40 percent of the book's overall reviews. These negative reviews shouldn't impact the sales ranking of the book thanks to Amazon's ranking algorithm , which pays attention more to the quality of the reviews, rather than the quantity.

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  1. Georgia B. says:

    Star Wars: Aftermath: Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens eBook: Chuck Review. "Wendig tackles what is quite possibly the trickiest novel to navigate.

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