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Star Wars Legacy of the Force #7: Fury

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2008

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    i agree with the reviewer who gave this book 2 stars, but i give it 1 star. the whole LOTF story arc is so lame! it's inconsistent, and dragged out to 9 BOOKS just to make money, in my opinion. if LOTF had been made into a 3 book arc, it would have forced the authors to write a better story, instead of filling each and every one of these books with boring nonsense!! ALL of the main characters - especially Jacen - are doing and saying things that make no sense from one page to the next, not to mention the characters as they have been defined by previous novels! anyone who read these and liked them must not have read any other Star Wars novels first. some are really great writing - how about the Zahn books - they are wonderful, as is the whole NJO series. i don't know what happened here, and i am at a loss as to why some people like these. of course, the Dark Nest trilogy was also really bad. it seems Lucas Books and Del Ray are into money making big time now, instead of keeping the quality of the novels high. the LOTF novels would also have made great graphic novels instead of 9 MIND-NUMBING novels where the authors had to invent a whole lot of filler material. yuck.

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