Star Wars Millennium Falcon

Star Wars Millennium Falcon

by James Luceno
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Star Wars Millennium Falcon 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 115 reviews.
Inferno More than 1 year ago
This is a very good book. The book is good for die hard star wars fans. The plot is amazing. I would reccomended this book for anyone who loves star wars. I would recommend the Legacy of the Force series.
Qui-GonReborn More than 1 year ago
It is three years following the brief but startling reign of Darth Caedus, and the Solos are just beginning to piece together what remains of their life. Although they are among the greatest heroes of the Republic, they have parted with much since they began their quest for justice and tranquility. Han and Leia have adopted Jacen's daughter, Allana, and are determined to raise her as a normal, happy, healthy kid, everything Jacen should have been. But when she senses the presence of an unusual object imbedded in the Falcon's hull, she ignites a desperate search that uncovers the Falcon's past, and forces Han to come to terms with secrets which never should have been revealed. As the OT gang, minus Luke, gropes blindly toward the Falcon's mysteries, her former owner, who has just been awakened from a sixty-year slumber, is searching, too, trying to formulate a past which never existed. The chase is carried out masterfully on all levels, until all four parties in question confront each other in an explosive conclusion which leads us right into the next greatest thing in galactic conflict. Luke Skywalker's arrest, the return of the dark side, heroes in exile, and the Fate of the Jedi. Can't wait 'till March '09! May the Force be with us all!
Fenix001 More than 1 year ago
I felt that this book did not really provide the excitement and satisfaction that I am used to from the current Star Wars novels. The book did not really accomplish anything other than explaining the origins of the Falcon. A fun aspect in thought but not carried through into the book. The end of the book left me saying "Thats it?" Enough negative. The book does involve mostly Han and Leia which is never bad, you also get a to see the beginings of Allana, who I am excited to see develop in the future. The book has no real grand importance in the storyline of the Star Wars Universe and is lacking a little in the awesome department which has not happended since pre NJO. It feels like a speed bump slowing us down from the events of the last book and getting us ready for the next big series.
ToddCS More than 1 year ago
This was a very refreshing story after some of the darker elements of LOTF. It felt more like the Han Solo Adventures than Luceno's earlier Agents of Chaos duology, references aside. First off, I liked the two quests to discover the Falcon's history, one going back in time, the other forward. This was a clever way to cover the entire history of the ship without being too redundant or expository. I like that no matter who owned the Falcon they always got into some trouble that only the ship could get them out of. This story served to tell the adventures of the previous owners while at the same time tell a new adventure for the Solos. Everyone in the story, the Solos, Jadak, Poste and Oxic, went for a ride that is worth remembering. I thought Han and Leia's interactions with Allana were well done, and I was glad to see C-3PO actually do something for the first time in a while. Overall I thought Luceno portrayed Han and Leia very well, and I liked the characters introduced, especially Jadak and some of the previous owners of the Falcon. I felt many of the various mentions of people places and events were well done and not too contrived; this being Luceno everything seemed appropriate and thought out. There were some nice tidbits alluding to FOTJ that fit in the story very nicely without taking away the main theme of the history/treasure hunt, like briefly introducing Seff Hellin, a major character in FOTJ. There wasn't anything really wrong with this novel. I did sometimes get confused about who owned the Falcon when, but the only owners that really mattered were Han and Jadak. I did think the end felt a little rushed, but with its length and sufficient content this novel could afford it. This book reminds us that you can have a good story without a galaxy-shattering plot; it's just a fun small side adventure that contains the elements that the readers love to see in Star Wars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have always thought of the Millinium Falcon as it's own character and thoroughly enjoyed reading about it's history. It is was a nice break from the multi-layered storylines that go on for way too long.....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This awinspiring book includes the Millenium Falcon's deep roots, incredable stories from its past, and a mystierious, unamable part that the old freighter has harbored for many, many years. Once you read this book, you will see that the old ship was destined to become the fastest ship in the galaxy! It will forever change change your view on the MILLENIUM FALCON!
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I didn't understand why so many people rated this story so low. I quite enjoyed it. After all the tradgedy and sorrow the Solo family has been through, this lighthearted journey really speaks of family to me, and Allana is so sweet and precious. Also, I dug the construction of the story- one captain starting at the beginning moving forward and another captain starting at the present moving backwards, both learning the history of the Falcon. It is a nice transition piece that leads us into the Fate of the Jedi series. I think the real message of this story is "family." The only part that was a letdown for me was the final revalation of the treasure everyone was after.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice plot,put together very well. One of the best star wars books ive read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So far so good, and cool.
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Quick opinion? Give this book a pass. If you must read it, check your library. This was, frankly, a disappointing book. It had some promise in tying in some of the Falcon's past - but it got rather solly with it. The ship didn't need to be given its own personality and mystery... or if it ddid, it could have been pulled off much, much better. This was just poorly executed - I agree with the.person who called it "flat." It i son eof the.few.books.I wish I had waited to find in paperback, used, instead of getting new.
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