REVIEW: Star Wars: Darth Plagueis
Today we’ve posted the FANgirl Blog review of Star Wars: Darth Plagueis by James Luceno, which goes on sale next Tuesday, January 10th. Both Lex and I really enjoyed the book, and the review is essentially spoiler-free, not revealing anything more detailed than the kinds of general teasers already shared by Star Wars Books on Facebook.
Check back on Tuesday for some additional thoughts from me on the novel and its significance for the EU.
Also, don’t forget that The Clone Wars returns tonight on Cartoon Network with the conclusion of the three-part Zygerria story. The first two episodes, “Kidnapped” and “Slaves of the Republic,” will be rebroadcast in the 7:00 p.m. hour, followed by the premiere of the final episode, “Escape from Kadavo,” at 8:00 p.m. (all times Eastern).
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Very nice review. I like how you broke it down into sections. I’m curious about this book and will probably try to pick it up at the library. Like you said, it doesn’t seem to have many elements specifically appealing to fangirls, but it doesn’t need to, since its purpose is to fill in an important part of the Star Wars universe’s pre-established history.
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