Star Wars Omnibus More than twenty five years after the groundbreaking movie Star Wars A New Hope first hit the silver screen Star Wars remains one of the most beloved sagas ever told Together the three original Star

  • Title: Star Wars Omnibus
  • Author: George Lucas Donald F. Glut James Kahn
  • ISBN: 9780751513240
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • More than twenty five years after the groundbreaking movie Star Wars A New Hope first hit the silver screen, Star Wars remains one of the most beloved sagas ever told Together, the three original Star Wars movies A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi told one epic a heroic tale of innocence lost and wisdom gained, of downfall and redemption, of theMore than twenty five years after the groundbreaking movie Star Wars A New Hope first hit the silver screen, Star Wars remains one of the most beloved sagas ever told Together, the three original Star Wars movies A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi told one epic a heroic tale of innocence lost and wisdom gained, of downfall and redemption, of the never ending fight between the forces of good and evil Read the story of the movies all three in one trade paperback volume and rediscover the wonder of the legend that begins A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away .Luke Skywalker lived and worked on his uncle s farm on the remote planet of Tatooine, but he yearned to travel beyond the farthest reaches of the universe to distant, alien worlds Then Luke intercepted a cryptic message from a beautiful, captive princess and found himself catapulted into the adventure of a lifetime.Luke Skywalker, proud Princess Leia, and headstrong Han Solo merciless Darth Vader, wise Obi Wan Kenobi, loyal droids R2 D2 and C 3PO, and the inscrutable Yoda Chewbacca the Wookiee, shifty Lando Calrissian, and the vile Jabba the Hutt all the vivid characters from the Star Wars universe spring to life in these thrilling pages.The Star Wars Trilogy is a must read for anyone who wants to relive the excitement, the magic, and the sheer entertainment of this legendary saga now and forever.

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    1. WARNING: This is not a review of the books. I plan to write those separately someday. This is, rather, a review of the original Star Wars Trilogy catalyzed by the final episode of Lost. Please don't bother reading this if you're looking for a book review. Thanks.About twenty years ago, I found myself in a debate about the merits of the Star Wars Trilogy with a guy named Bill (at least I think that was his name. Let’s call him Bill) and my friend Dave. Bill was trying to convince us that the Tr [...]

    2. Star Wars -The Force Awakens was incredible, but I have questionsd we have to wait until 2017???

    3. A New Hope: A fun, breezy read reminiscent of the pulp science-fiction of yesteryear, with the famous cast of characters we all know and love. It doesn't add to the film, but it's an enjoyable romp nonetheless.The Empire Strikes Back: This is almost literally the film's script with a few added adjectives. While the edgy, dark story is still intact, this novelization brings nothing new to the table. And also, Yoda is blue for some reason.The Return of the Jedi: Easily one of the best Star Wars fi [...]

    4. This was amazing. The writing was exceptional in each installment and it really captured the essence of the original Star Wars movies. A perfect novelization (yes, Yoda is not blue and this kind of threw me on a loop, but I got by and it’s still awesome).I loved how Luke, Han and Leia grew and this was even more apparent in this book: we can see how they think and how they evolved with time, something that wasn’t possible in the movies (not that it wasn’t shown, but viewers aren’t exactl [...]

    5. The movies of the original Star Wars trilogy (Episodes 4-6) are some of my favorite movies, so I decided to try the novelization. These books are very close to the movies, but some of the dialogue is different, and there are a few additional scenes in the book.Star WarsAll 3 novels in this book are based on George Lucas' movie scripts, but this is the only one actually authored by him. There are a couple scenes of Luke with Biggs Darklighter and other friends on Tatooine that weren't in the movi [...]

    6. The writing style gets progressively worse as you move through these books. Eventually, I swore that Yoda was narrating. Just clumsy and weirdly worded.

    7. This is for the Barnes & Noble leather-bound edition. I initially received this as a Christmas gift from some good friends of mine and I immediately began to crack down and read it. I'm a big Star Wars fan and I've never had a chance to read any novelization set in the original Galactic Civil War. I was prepared to simply relive the Big Three, but became curious when I discovered that the novelization of A New Hope is actually the ORIGINAL Novelization from 1977 that was based on an earlier [...]

    8. As a longtime fan of Star Wars, it was a pleasure to read the novelizations of this beloved trilogy. One could almost hear the Millenium Falcon's engines as they soared into space, or that unique sound of the jedi lightsabers, or even recall various scenes from the movies as we read them in the books, the familiar lines coming to our lips. It gives an interesting sense of nostalgia.It was particularly nice to read some missing scenes we never got to see in the movies, like a few more moments in [...]

    9. O universo criado é maravilhoso PORÉM a escrita (e tradução? não sei dizer) foi sofrível em várias partes. Livro lindo de qualquer forma.

    10. These may not be the most well written books of all time, but they are really fun and enjoyable.

    11. What a great read! The Star Wars trilogy novelization is written by three different authors (one for each movie) and all of them captured the space spirit perfectly. If you like Star Wars or movie novelizations in general, you should certainly check this out!

    12. I'm a big fan of the Star Wars films but these novelisations of the classic trilogy did nothing for me I'm afraid. I hadn't really expected to be bowled over by the quality of the writing but I had hoped for a reasonably enjoyable read and some additional insight into the Star Wars canon. I got neither.George Lucas's Star Wars was the best of the bunch (which surprised me, given the brain-dead and cheesy dialogue he gave his characters to spout in the prequel trilogy). Donald F. Glut's The Empir [...]

    13. I admit that I only saw Star Wars in 2015 (when The Force Awakens came out) and then the rest in 2016. Bad nerd, me. But, my parents already think Doctor Who is strange. Either way, this was a birthday present from myself. It was a good choice. Spent a good two weeks very entertained and a bit like I was walking round with all three films. The story is well, the same, obvi. But there is a little extra scene where Luke meets with his friend before the person whose name I’ve forgotten goes off t [...]

    14. I'm the wrong person to write an objective review of anything to do with Star Wars, in my opinion, nothing beats it. Anything to do with the original films will always get five stars from me.Ok, so the novels aren't great literature and Star Wars is meant to be watched, not read. But every fan will want this little hardcover edition of all three original trilogy novels. The novels follow the films pretty accurately, but at times the dialogue is slightly different. There's also a few added scenes [...]

    15. I started this for my three year old son. He is obsessed with Star Wars and I've never actually gotten through any of the movies. I wanted to be able to answer some of the questions he asks me while we are pretending/ playing Star Wars. I was pretty sure I could get through the books since I haven't been able to get through the movies. You can tell the books were written after the movies because they aren't as descriptive as I thought they'd be. I'm glad I read them. Now I am excited to watch th [...]

    16. This is exactly what you think it is--novelizations of the movie. The introduction from George Lucas confuses me a bit, and I'm not sure if these came first or the movies came first, but it doesn't really matter. There's a little extra detail (obviously, since it's a book) which I really appreciated, but ultimately if you've seen the movies you're not going to find out a lot of new information here.

    17. I enjoyed this series as a child and I still enjoy it today. Fun coming of age story about Luke Skywalker as he chooses between good and evil, the rebel alliance and the empire! This trilogy of stories follow the movie trilogy.

    18. This book is the ultimate edition, to a star wars fans collection. It has all the unforgettable characters from the movies, and basically portraits the 3 movies (A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of The Jedi) in much detail. Great book.Theme(s): Adventurous and funny"Size matters not" -Yoda

    19. I really, really enjoyed this book. I can't even describe how much I enjoyed it. When I first started reading it I had abandoned previous books because they weren't written well. I was severely in need of a well written book. The Trilogy did not disappoint. It took me a while to get through because well, it's three separate stories that you have to work into the climax of individually, and I had school as well to finish for the year. Despite taking a while to read, I enjoyed it each time I read, [...]

    20. The novelizations of the trilogy that made Han Solo, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Princess Leai, Obi Wan Kenobi, and multiple other household names. Complete with every deleted scene, most of the scenes added more depth to the story.

    21. Good read, although there isn't much more background information storyline wise than there was in the movies, follows the basic screenplay. Yoda is described as being blue though in "The Empire Strikes Back" and then green in "Return of the Jedi" so that was glaringly inconsistent.

    22. Just AMAZING!!!! I had this still in the packaging for a whole year before I decided to read it and I was blown away!!! New fan of this series!!!

    23. To those who wants the feeling of being thrilled to perpetuate even after the Star Wars: Rogue One film, this is exactly the perfect book for you.The dramatic ending left us wanting more from the spin-off film but it is just fortunate that it is a prequel of a Star Wars Trilogy done on the 70’s and 80’s. I chose to read the book in lieu of watching its movie counterpart, despite its great review, to avoid beind dismayed ove the poor visual graphics during the era where CGI has not yet went t [...]

    24. I took my time enjoying this trilogy and read other novels between these three as well. I have loved the story since I was a kid and I still do. I though I had not read the novelizations before, but as soon as I started and saw how they spelled R2-D2 as Artoo and C-3PO as See-Threepio, it all came back to me. These three novels are quite different from each other, since they are written by different authors. A New Hope was okay and quite fun to read, even if the writing was somewhat dry at certa [...]

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