If Only She Could Tell the Truth has come to an end and a new fan fiction series of mine has arrived; one that finishes the story that first began with My Version of The Last Jedi. Earlier this year I released The Chosen One. It was my interpretation of Episode IX and because the story was so big I decided to split it into two parts. Well, Episode X officially arrives tomorrow and the official poster, drawn by my sister, has also arrived. Check it out.
Featuring the main characters of this story–Ora, Rey and Ben’s daughter, Rey, Ben Solo, Poe Dameron, Finn, and Rose, The Reckoning is a story of bringing darkness to an end once and for all. They will face a great evil that is all-consuming and seemingly invincible. Do they have what it takes to save the galaxy from The Whisper’s reign?
Tune in tomorrow to follow the journey.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a great day. May the Force be with you.
The Skywalker Saga is coming to a close this December and while our brains may be currently preoccupied with such delights such as The Mandalorian, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and so forth, we can’t forget another very important aspect to the story, which is, of course, the prequel trilogy. The Prequel Trilogy has delivered plenty of characters, some fascinating, others annoying, but all of which are rather memorable. For this week’s Who’s Your Favorite? I figured giving a bit of love to the PT characters was in order. Enjoy!
The only Force-wielder to have a purple lightsaber in Star Wars, Mace Windu stands out as clearly one of the coolest and most memorable characters of the Prequel Trilogy.
Jar Jar Binks
While Jar Jar Binks fans are far and few there’s no denying the impact this character has had on the franchise. Continue reading Who’s Your Favorite Major Prequel Trilogy Character?
Imagine if the Canto Bight sequence from The Last Jedi was an entire novel (and yes, I know there is literally Canto Bight, a novel released in the Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi campaign.) This is how Resistance Reborn feels.
Boring and pretty much unnecessary.
When Resistance Reborn was announced earlier this year I was practically bouncing off of the walls with excitement. A novel set before the events of The Rise of Skywalker featuring Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, and General Organa? Sign me up! Unfortunately, Rebecca Roanhorse doesn’t take advantage of such an opportunity to create something truly special, instead choosing to create a novel that is about as boring as boring can get.
I was thirty pages into the novel before I realized Resistance Reborn wasn’t going to be the novel I expected. So, from there on out, I decided to simply speedread the entire book in a matter of hours, skipping over chapters I found less interesting, which turned out to be half the book.
Resistance Reborn feels only essential to read to give us a heads up on why Wedge Antilles is out of retirement and now playing a role in The Rise of Skywalker. And it’s also to give us a hint of an idea on where the relationships forged between these characters stand by the arrival of The Rise of Skywalker. Continue reading My Review of ‘Resistance Reborn’