My Resistance Reborn Journey Begins

Resistance Reborn. It’s the book I’ve been talking about for months. Well, I finally own it and now, my sister and I are about to start delving deep into this novel that is sure to be a thrilling (and maybe very telling) prequel to The Rise of Skywalker.

I am so ready on so many different levels. I love these characters which I have followed since 2015 and now their individual stories are about to come to an end. Resistance Reborn gives us a chance to return to these characters and where their heads are after the tragic events of The Last Jedi. It should be (hopefully) rather thrilling.


To only increase my excitement I opened the book and this is what I saw. Pretty mindblowing, right? Poe, Rose, Rey, Chewbacca, and Finn. They are the heroes, they are the ones the galaxy is counting on, and they will be the ones to bring this story to a close. I’m very excited to see where this story, in fact, takes us and I will be sure to offer my review as soon as my sister and I finish it.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day. May the Force be with you, always.

‘Star Wars: Rebels’ Season 4 Review

It’s very difficult to make a good television show, specifically a memorable cartoon. The best cartoon I had ever watched prior to Star Wars: Rebels was Avatar: The Last AirbenderThe Last Airbender is storytelling perfection, slowly but surely delivering an impactful story that brings about one of the most epic final seasons (and series finales) of any television series.

The Clone Wars was the second-best cartoon I had ever watched but now, after seeing Star Wars: RebelsThe Clone Wars has clearly no contest.

Star Wars: Rebels had one of the best finales I’ve ever seen to anything, television show or movie. It delivered a gripping final few episodes that have left me still reeling by its incredible storytelling. And yeah, I cried like a baby and I’m not ashamed to admit it either. Continue reading ‘Star Wars: Rebels’ Season 4 Review

If Only She Could Tell the Truth: Part 40

Qi’ra slowly walks over to a console in the darkroom. She tapped a button on its interface and began to type in coordinates for Dathomir. She had done everything except enter the location.

Her finger froze mere inches from the button that would take this yacht far away from Savareen to a meeting whose outcome she couldn’t predict. Tears welled in her eyes as she found herself not wanting to push that button.

Her gaze rose to look at the elevator. To the very spot where she had last seen Han. She could hear his voice in her head, urging her to be strong and give up Crimson Dawn. To follow him so they could spend the rest of their days amongst the stars like they always dreamed of.

But in the real world dreams don’t come true. She had learned that the hard way. Continue reading If Only She Could Tell the Truth: Part 40