Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror

Books Reviewed:

Dooku: Jedi Lost by Cavan Scott

Dooku: Jedi Lost by Cavan Scott is a Gothic saga set in the Star Wars universe. This was originally released as an audiobook, then a screenplay. The screenplay is great, but I recommend listening to the audiobook, which is fantastic.

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A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

After reading A Game of Thrones, I concluded that G. R. R. Martin is like a little boy who likes to create a big tower out of blocks, carefully laying one on top of the other, so the column reaches a great pinnacle that amazes. As mom’s running to take a picture, he gleefully smashes…

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Star Wars: Darth Maul Son of Dathomir by Jeremy Barlow

As a precursor to watching the final season of the “The Clone Wars,” reading the Darth Maul graphic novel, Son of Dathomir, was essential. This comic series takes us Star Wars fans into the life of the red-skinned, horned Zabrak after the events of Season 5 and does not disappoint. 4.5 stars

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Dark Disciple by Christie Golden

I gave the Christie Golden penned Dark Disciple a liberal 2.5-star rating only because I listened to it on Audible. Otherwise, I do not think I would have had the patience with what they did to my beloved Asajj Ventress, a major villainess in the Star Wars galaxy.

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God Emperor of Dune by Frank Herbert

3 Stars The Book – God Emperor of Dune For a book with such a great title, I sure am less than whelmed. I’m certain Leto Atreides II, God Emperor of the known universe, would chide me for my inability to fully understand the truths that he pontificates on… so just call me “stoo-pit.” That’s…

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