Geeksofdoom.com has added a new review for Adam Christopher and Alexander Freed and Amy Ratcliffe and Anne Toole and Austin Walker and Beth Revis and Brittany N. Williams and C. B. Lee and Catherynne M. Valente and Cavan Scott and Charles Yu and Christie Golden and Daniel José Older and Delilah S. Dawson and Django Wexler and Emily Skrutskie and Gary Whitta and Hank Green and Jason Fry and Jim Zub and John Jackson Miller and Karen Strong and Katie Cook and Kiersten White and Lilliam Rivera and Lydia Kang and Mackenzi Lee and Mark Oshiro and Martha Wells and Michael Kogge and Michael Moreci and Mike Chen and R. F. Kuang and Rob Hart and S.A. Chakraborty and Sarwat Chadda and Seth Dickinson and Tom Angleberger and Tracy Deonn and Zoraida Cordova‘s “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back: From a Certain Point of View”:
Just in time for the 40th anniversary of the greatest science fiction film ever made (sure, that’s arguable, but I’ll gladly argue it) and the greatest sequel ever made (again, arguable, but I’ll still argue it), The Empire Strikes Back, comes a collection of stories of those characters who either never saw any screen time, saw so little that few remember them, or, as you’ll see in this book and review, couldn’t communicate their stories in Earth-bound languages until now. That book? From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars), the companion book to that which was written with the same purpose for the previous film.
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