It’s hard to put into words how much this book meant to me. As a Jyn fan since my very first viewing of Rogue One, I was always going to find this book extremely compelling. Although there is action aplenty, Revis has managed to create a deeply personal, unflinching account of one of the most … More Review: Rebel Rising by Beth Revis
This beautiful little novel is more like a peek through the window at a snippet of Baze and Chirrut’s lives. People coming for an in-depth look at their backgrounds and their time as Guardians of the Whills will probably be disappointed by this book. But, fans of the two brothers in arms, looking for a … More Review: Guardians of the Whills by Greg Rucka
This book was my first delve into the new canon released by Disney. So, whereas all the other books I have talked about are non-canon, this book is real (well, real in the fictional Star Wars universe!) which means you can take it that everything in this book actually happened before Rogue One. Catalyst stretches … More Review: Catalyst a Rogue One Novel by James Luceno
One of my first thoughts on watching the trailer for Rogue One last year was ‘oooh who is the badass Imperial in the majestic cape’? No I’m not talking about Darth Vader – I’m talking about the ever charismatic and mind-blowingly ambitious Orson Callen Krennic who bears the snappy title of Director of Advanced Weapons … More Get with the programme! Why Director Krennic might just be the best Star Wars villain yet!