Honor Among Thieves: Star Wars (Empire and Rebellion)

Honor Among Thieves: Star Wars (Empire and Rebellion)

by James S. A. Corey
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Honor Among Thieves: Star Wars (Empire and Rebellion) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book got the starwars feel down much better than the first boook in the series. It also gives a deeper look at Han Solo in particular during his transition from rougue to hero. It adds a new character to the starwars universe that I hope we get to see more off, scarlet hark. She makes a great companion for Han. Most of their dialog is well written and natural. Chewbacca was also pretty well done though he.spent most of the time on a ship. One of the sub villians was really well done, bassan was interesting and ultimatly a good foil for Solo. Overall a really we'll written book that I would reccomend to most starwars fans. If you prefer prejedi luke and leia at one of the most pivitol points in the saga then this is a book for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A little slow, but still enoyed the story. I am currently reading this book for the second time!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I stoped reading the book becuse it draged cant they make books exotic?
fisk42 More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure what I was hoping for when I started reading this. Maybe I secretly wanted the crew of the Rochiante to appear it the Star Wars universe, who knows. All in all it just didn't feel like a James S.A. Corey book to me (whatever that means) but it was still good. As far as the characters go, the authors got them down pretty well. They have said that in preparation for this book they watched the original trilogy several times to get a good grasp of Han Solo. This pays of as the book feels like a continuation of the movies, and is where the novel really pays off for the reader. The entire plot revolves around Solo on a short mission after the battle of Yavin to pick up a Rebel spy. This of course doesn't happen according to plan because Jabba's bounty hunters have once again caught up with Han. The spy Han is picking up has plans of her own as well, before they can return to the Rebellion they have to pursue her leads further. These leads eventually end up with them on the trail of a mysterious superweapon left by a long extinct race. Given the relatively short length of recorded history in the Star Wars universe it would seem as if there would be many such technologies long abandoned. I was glad to see James S.A. Corey use this sci-fi trope. Overall a must read for the Han Solo enthusiast and a good read for anyone looking for another Star Wars adventure.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Author is obviously not a SW fan or up on the time line. He wrote the Noghri in as an existing species that had yet to be discovered.  The Species first appearance was in Heir of the Empire, eight years after this book in the time line. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting storyline.  Really gets into Han's role with the Rebel Alliance.  The new character, Scarlet Hark, should come back in other stories.  Just a few minor issues keeping me from giving this 5 stars.  While I like Scarlett, the witty banter between she and Han seems forced.  Also there a couple of unnecessary characters who are not used properly.  Overall, a quick and entertaining read.
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ColoradoBR More than 1 year ago
A good read, but a little slow. One of the things that I did like about this book is that it explores the cool and calculating side to Darth Maul and shows that he is more that the blunt instrument of his master. However, it was a little slow paced for a Star Wars story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He winked to her giving grace hope.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sits chained and looks at the girl
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ibe heard of italian cars, but not a French car.lol
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Waz up