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Star Wars: Episode 1: Rogue Planet

by Greg Bear

Star Wars: Episode 1: Rogue Planet by Greg Bear X
Star Wars: Episode 1: Rogue Planet by Greg Bear
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    May 2000, 400 pages
    May 2001, 352 pages

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Wonderful book. Expands the Star Wars universe and shows a never before seen side of the Jedi.

The best Star Wars book yet. Bear has proven that he is still the best SI-FI writer in the universe!
Tony R.

Very descriptive and fascinating book. Slow at times but well thought out. Fits quite well in the Expanded Universe storyline. Would have enjoyed more Jedi actions scenes though.

Well, it's the first prequel book that actually gave Jedi some in depth emotions. however, the plot??? Nothing was achieved and left behind even more unanswered questions than when it began. The first time i read it i just skipt through and just read the jedi parts....guess that indicates something.
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