Tags: a spark remains, aaron allston, dark times, dave dorman, Kathleen Kennedy, kevin hearne, kevin j. anderson, knights of the old republic, princess leah, randy stradley, shannon mcrandle, the dragon business, ty franck
The big news this was the announcement of a new Star Wars book in The Jedi Path/The Book of Sith line that will focus on the bounty hunters. Called The Bounty Hunter Code: From the File of Boba Fett, this deluxe edition comes in the shape of a briefcase, includes extra goodies and covers info on bounty hunting with notes from the pros like Boba, Dengar, Bossk and more. Idle Hands posted a really nice write up with lots of pictures, plus Amazon has it up for pre-order. Unlike the previous books in this series, Daniel Wallace will be joined by two other authors: Ryder Windham and Jason Fry. The book is certainly in good hands.
LucasBooks editor Jen Heddle has also been tweeting a lot of lit news lately. She’s been reading the manuscripts for Maul: Lockdown by Joe Schreiber and The Star Wars by J.W. Rinzler. Some fun notes about The Star Wars: there’s a pilot character called Mace and Leia has a brother named Windy. Definitely going to be an interesting read. Continue Reading Around the Web…
Tags: daniel abraham, james s.a. corey, leviathan wakes, ty franck
James S.A. Corey (aka Ty Franck and Daniel Abraham) is signed up to write a Han Solo novel as part of the Rebels series. Both writers are new to Star Wars. What will they be like? Well, they might be new to Star Wars, but they’re definitely not new to science fiction. Leviathan Wakes is a sci-fi novel populated with deep characters and a rich storyline. It’s a captivating tale that’s definitely worth checking out. Click here to read our full review.