Rebel Rising by Beth Revis – Review

From the moment we were introduced to young Jyn Erso, witness to her mother’s murder and father’s abduction, and then time jumped to the woman simply existing within her cell on the Imperial labor planet, Wobani, we have all wanted to view the bridge of her life that connected that initial moment to the next. …

The Art of Rogue One – Review

Last year’s The Art of The Force Awakens offered a historical look at not just the art behind the billion dollar film, but also some insight into how major elements of the film took time to congeal into the final form on the silver screen, such as the race of Finn or the setting of…

Catalyst by James Luceno – Review (spoiler free)

In less than a month, the new reality of annual Star Wars films will come to be with the release of Gareth Edwards’ Rogue One.  A lot is already known about the film’s basic plot and its principle characters, headlined by Felicity Jones’ Jyn Erso.  The call to arms for Jyn is made apparent in…

Ahsoka by E.K. Johnston – Review

The Clone Wars first arrived as a theatrically released movie, which preceded the show’s television debut by approximately two months.  It returned fans to the era of the prequel trilogy films, then, as now, still a topic which provokes emotional responses among fans (good and bad) and began the process of carving out a significant chunk…