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Flow Walking yes, but I have not heard of any actual time travel.
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There was time travel in the stand alone novel Crosscurrent. Had to do with a sabotaged hyper drive.
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Cool, thanks for sharing. Have to check that one out.
It wasn't a bad read, but there are other story archs out there that are better.
I have generally stuck to books featuring the main three: Han, Leia, and Luke.
Yea, I usually read series, but I saw this out and about and got it.
Just finished Star Wars: The Old Republic: Deceived.
Darth Malgus is one bad dude.
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Don't wanna post any spoilers but let's just say he will do anything to be more dedicated to the Force, referring to it as his master at one point.
He's mean to and uses hate to fuel his power. Very strong from what the book was saying as well.
I know in all the Old Republic the trailers he is a bamf
This book was about the trailer in which he sacks the Jedi temple and what happens after that. References the Alderaan trailer as well. Very cool character and pretty good book. Need to reflect on it to see what I like better between it and Revan.
Next is Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and then Star Wars: The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance.
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Anyone have a sub to Star Wars Insider?
No. How much? Benefits?
No clue. I was trying to get more info. I know they release short stories from the eu in it that aren't published anywhere else. I looked on the apple newsstand app and a 6 month was $24 and 1year was $47 individual issues are $6. Don't know how much a paper edition would be.
I think all of the big three are going to come back for the first one.
Meh this could be reallly bad.
Carrie Fisher confirms her return as Leia Organa (Solo?) for Star Wars Episode VII. Is she in for the entire trilogy and who else might join?
With part of my income tax return I ordered the Clone Wars movie and season 1 on blu ray. I've seen the film and a few episodes but look forward to diving in to the series.
Finished the Jedi academy trilogy, now I need something else to read. I looked at the list of what takes place after that series but there is a lot of books so someone give me some suggestions please(I would like to continue following luke)
I've heard I, Jedi is good. Never read though. COOTER question for sure. He's read the most ABY in the thread.
It's a great read, follows Corran Horn, in the midst of his training.
I would suggest going in chronological order as far as reading the series. Tons of seeds are planted throughout the novels that are taken advantage of in subsequent stories. Plus they pretty much all kick ass.
I Jedi definitely. I would just read everything in order. If a synopsis doesn't involve the big three, skip it.
Alright, thanks y'all
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