Star wars most wanted book review

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star wars most wanted book review

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Star Wars: Most Wanted by Rae Carson Book Review

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May 25, Minutes Young Adult Buy. May 25, Minutes Young Adult. Rae Carson is the author of the bestselling and award-winning Girl of Fire and Thorns series. Her books tend to contain adventure, magic, and smart girls who make mostly smart choices. Audio —. Listen to a sample from Star Wars Most Wanted.

While she was…interesting in Solo: A Star Wars Story , it would have been nice to know a little more about her and a certain choice she made towards the end of the novel, before diving right into the movie. I was wrong. This novel did not open with those words. Rather, it dumped you right in. Out of the several canon novels that I own, I could only find one other example of those famous words not being included. I am not complaining, merely curious.

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Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story , we are introduced to the perilous lives of a White Worm, the sewer-dwelling crime-lings owing their existence to the temperamental Lady Proxima. Sent out on separate missions, the two characters find that their lives are of no value to their so-called protector. Fortunately, they have each developed special skills that allow them to read dangerous situations with the aim of reaching the best outcome—living through it. Individually, they do just fine, but as their missions cross paths, they learn that they are better suited when working. I truly enjoyed the build-up of this story, especially finding that our two main protagonists begin at odds with one another. They were acquaintances simply due to circumstance and find that their mutual survival is best secured when working together.

Since the book is billed as an "Expanded Edition," I thought maybe the key would be to discuss what new things the book brought to the movie. In fact, Solo is a confirmation of the bad reputation novelizations generally have. Fans of the movie would be better served picking up Most Wanted. Possibly, the tone is intentionally goofy. Han himself is simple and direct, and likely to stumble over his own opinions the way the prose does.

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