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Tales From a Galaxy Far Far Away Vol 1

Kanata's castle this collection will bring thrills and chills as it takes you deep into the corners of your favorite galaxy far far away Constable Zuvio must get to the bottom of things when a faithful droid commits a bank robbery in High Noon on JakkuThe Frigosian cryptosurgeons of Takodana give a criminal on the run just what she asks for in The Face of EvilThe repugnant scrap trader Unkar Plutt may finally have me. Having read almost everything in the new Star Wars canon I m coming to a conclusion I enjoy Star Wars most as a story for kids Maybe it s because I grew up with Star Wars myself and it formed the biggest part of my imagination when I was a kid But I know that of all the books I ve read in the past year I ve really enjoyed the ones aimed at a primary schoolmiddle school level and I ve really disliked many of those written for adults Before the Awakening was great Aftermath was terribleIt continues with this unexpected little book of short stories Tales from a Galaxy Far Far Away Aliens Vol 1 I didn t even notice it when it was published earlier this year somehow it slipped under my radar But it really amused me and I enjoyed it a lot Landry Walker has just the right kind of absurd bizarre sense of humor and storytelling that I like and it works well with very minor characters from Star Wars The six stories span a range of storytelling tropes from Westerns to noir to pirate battles to an episode of Chopped in Maz Kanata s kitchen Oh yeah Landry is happy to take risks and create some unlikely storiesBecause he s dealing with minor characters and maybe because I m not very invested in characters from Episode 7 these odd uirky ideas worked for me Landry s at his most outlandish in the cooking competition and in a story that reimagines the events on the first Death Star in a very whimsical way that is small cute animals were actually responsible for the escape of the Millennium Falcon and the destruction of the Death StarHis best contribution to the Star Wars canon Bringing Gormaanda from the Star Wars Holiday Special officially into the canon 51 I m thrilled First we got Admiral Screed from the Droids cartoon and now Gormaanda Things are looking upAnother triumph is spotting a group of Ewoks at Maz Kanata s castle 173 Seriously an author with the courage to bring in a Holiday Special character and Ewoks WonderfulIn addition Landry is not afraid to poke fun at some of the directions the franchise is going I loved his reference to the many dry and hot desert worlds that seemed and commonplace throughout the galaxy 268 In some ways Aliens Vol 1 is a simple throw away book that doesn t have a significant effect on the bigger galaxy of Star Wars stories But Landry s incisive and out there sense of humor won me over I hope he gets the chance to continue contributing to Star Wars It s not only a book that I loved but I also have no problems passing it along to my kids and that is sadly rare with Star Wars books these daysI ve got a bad feeling about this alert page 320 Other Days, Other Eyes robbery in High Noon on JakkuThe Frigosian cryptosurgeons of Takodana give a criminal on the Deception Island run just what she asks for in The Face of EvilThe The Family repugnant scrap trader Unkar Plutt may finally have me. 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The worlds of Star Wars are full of countless alien species each stranger and fascinating than the last Here you'll find six stories for kids about just some of the amazing aliens who appear in the smash hit movie Star Wars The Force Awakens Featuring a dashing tale of piracy and double crosses the story of a wise Jakku constable and an unfortunate droid and a mystery that can be solved only by the gruff cook at Maz. It would be amazing if all the interesting bits distribuited across the books eventually build up to something we could see on the movie The clone trooper and droids here Lando s gift pistol in Aftermath the Leia scape on Bloodline etc

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T his match in the twisty tale True LoveBobbajo the Crittermonger spins a tale of bravery against impossible odds in the fable All Creatures Great and SmallWhen his sous chef turns up dead the cook at Maz Kanata's castle holds an unusual competition to find the culprit in A Recipe for DeathAnd pirates gangs and bounty hunters alike race to find precious cargo in The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dook. A great collection of stories that echoes past compilations like Tales of the Mos Eisley Cantina or Tales of Jabba s Palace among others except that all stories in this book are by author Landry WalkerWe got stories from some of the colorful aliens that populate Jakku and Takodana the most interesting places we were shown in The Force Awakens save for Hosnian Prime which doesn t have a happy endingThe tales range from detective work mystery solving heists etc and do create a sense of wonder and adventure that fits right in the Star Wars universe Four of these were already published as ebooks but Unkar Plutt s adventure plus the Maz Kanata s castle cook ones are new to this volume They are very entertaining and not only they play on the mysterious character that is my favorite of the movie Sidon Ithano but also he brings back in a triumphant way a character from the Clone WarsA wonderful and delightful book

  • Hardcover
  • 346
  • Tales From a Galaxy Far Far Away Vol 1
  • Landry Q. Walker
  • English
  • 10 October 2019
  • 9781484741412

About the Author: Landry Q. Walker

Landry Walker is a New York Times bestselling author of comics and books His work includes Star Wars stories Batman and Supergirl comics and the Project Terra series of novels He also co created a Saturday morning cartoon called Scary Larry He likes castles and robots and also pop tarts Most days he hangs out with his wife and his cats and pushes buttons on a keyboard until stories someho



10 thoughts on “Tales From a Galaxy Far Far Away Vol 1

  1. says:

    A fun light look at some of the lesser known characters in the Star Wars UniverseReleased around the same time as The Forc

  2. says:

    35 starsLight fluffy Star Wars fun in the vein of Tales from Jabbas Palace or Tales of the Bounty HuntersNothing to expandenhance canon greatly but these uick reads give us some insight into some minor characters from Force Awakens and are uick fun reads

  3. says:

    It would be amazing if all the interesting bits distribuited across the books eventually build up to something we could see on the m

  4. says:

    So this is technically a collection of YOUNG READER level short stories However considering this book cost me 8 for the hardcover too and is compiling 6 of the 27 Disney canon short stories I decided to give it a go They’re all short fun uick reads High Noon On Jakku 3This story was a cool western like police story with a samurai looking constable and his two cousins as his apparent only deputies The desert of Jakku a robbery the deserted

  5. says:

    Four of the novellas featured in this book were released in digital form prior to The Force Awakens coming out I read all those novellas then and absolutely loved them It added to my viewings of The Force Awakens to know stories about a few of the background characters I've always loved the Star Wars background characters I have the action figures to prove itBelow are my reviews of each of the stories in this collection The two

  6. says:

    Having read almost everything in the new Star Wars canon I'm coming to a conclusion I enjoy Star Wars most as a story for kids Maybe it's because I grew up with Star Wars myself and it formed the biggest part of my imagination when I was a kid But I know that of all the books I've read in the past year I've really enjoyed the ones aimed at

  7. says:

    A great collection of stories that echoes past compilations like Tales of the Mos Eisley Cantina or Tales of Jabba's Palace among others except that all stories in this book are by author Landry WalkerWe got stories from some of the colorful aliens that populate Jakku and Takodana the most interesting places we were shown in The F

  8. says:

    This book is like a short story anthology but with multiple genres rather than just one or two It was pretty cool to have something different to read in each story and I really liked seeing how the author remixed the elements of the various genres to make them fit into the Star Wars universeEach story is its own thing although a couple make references to characters and locations in others Each story also has chapter breaks which a

  9. says:

    I read a bunch of these short stories in 2016 a year after The Force Awakens had come out  I loved them all and I was excited to find that t

  10. says:

    The writing was definitely nothing spectacular here but the stories were very clever to the point of absurd at times It was an exceptionally fa

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