Star Wars, the Last Jedi

Star Wars, the Last Jedi

Book - 2018 | Expanded edition
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Written with input from director Rian Johnson, this official adaptation of Star Wars: The Last Jedi expands on the film to include scenes from alternate versions of the script and other additional content. From the ashes of the Empire has arisen another threat to the galaxy's freedom: theruthless First Order. Fortunately, new heroes have emerged to take up arms-andperhaps lay down their lives-for the cause. Rey, the orphan strong in the Force; Finn, the ex-stormtrooper who stands against his former masters; and Poe Dameron, the fearless X-wing pilot, have been drawn together to fight side-by-side with General Leia Organa and the Resistance. But the First Order's Supreme Leader Snoke and his merciless enforcer Kylo Ren are adversaries with superior numbers and devastating firepower at their command. Against this enemy, the champions of light may finally be facing their extinction. Their only hope rests with a lost legend: Jedi Master Luke Skywalker. Where the action of Star Wars: The Force Awakens ended, Star Wars: The Last Jedi begins, as the battle between light and dark climbs to astonishing new heights. Featuring an 8-page color photo insert of thrilling images from the hit movie.
Publisher: London : 2018. Century,
Edition: Expanded edition
ISBN: 9781780898421
Branch Call Number: AF FRY
Additional Contributors: Johnson, Rian

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WillHob
Jul 04, 2018

last jedi is really good star wars all the way

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green_ant_1650
Apr 30, 2018

Awesome! 💖 Star Wars and this book was to good for words!

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godsamazinggrace1
Apr 29, 2018

Much better than the Force Awakens adaption. And for all of you people who are like, “WHAT!!!!!!,how do bombs fall in space!?” Obviously the resistance techs would have thought of that. Either the bombs were magnetic, or the Dreadnought was so large it generated some of it’s own gravity. Maybe both.

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littlesusiemac
Apr 06, 2018

After eagerly anticipating this film tie in, I devoured this book in an entire sitting! Although I had a few issues with the plot itself feeling hastily thrown together, the quality of the author's work itself was excellent. Extra scenes add a little more insight into the history and characters, however I was still left with more questions than were answered about particular plot points, such as the backstory of Snoke and Phasma. The sudden revelation that Rose has about her feelings for Finn felt slightly more genuine than was achieved in the film, but this is to be expected, even if it did feel cheesy both times. All in all, I enjoyed this book, it filled in a few more gaps, even if I was left wanting a lot more! We will just have to wait until the next movie!

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bookycakes
Apr 05, 2018

I mean, this was exactly what it promised to be. The movie, with some character thoughts sprinkled in for good measure. I'm not going to lie, it's getting 4 stars pretty much because I loved the way the Kylo Ren scenes were written. Love me a good ol' tortured soul. As with all the extra Star Wars things I consume, I want all the Kylo Ren information because we know so very little about him even though he's our big bad guy who doesn't seem to want to be 100% bad. I RELISHED every look inside his head because this is CANON, people. THIS IS WHAT WE GET. Not speculation or fanfiction. I know more about a forgettable stormtrooper who literally has done like, 2 things ever in his life than I do about this delightfully twisted villain and now I'm in a rant that I didn't mean to be in. The power struggle between Kylo and Rey is what makes this new trilogy so fascinating and different because the line between good guy and bad guy is not exactly black and white, and I will continue to be here for that delicate imbalance. And a little bit of Poe's dangerous flyboy ways.

The one other thing this novelization did for me was to make me love Vice Admiral Holdo even more- she stole her scenes just like she did in the movie, and I will continue to love her despite everything. She was more concerned about protecting the light than looking like a hero, and that's one of the most powerful moments in the entire movie/novel.

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lindseyanderson
Mar 29, 2018

With a few additional scenes that did not make it into the film, this novelization was the perfect read to tide me over until the home release of "The Last Jedi." If you didn't care for the film you probably won't care for the book, but I enjoyed both. The Marc Thompson audiobook narration was quite an experience, as always!

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IanS_Librarian
Mar 14, 2018

Better Star Wars books have been written (i.e. A.C. Crispin's Han Solo trilogy) but for fans of the movie "The Last Jedi," this is a must-read. It gives you some perspective about what characters were thinking during the film, explains some plot points better and also includes deleted scenes. One scene I liked was where Rey and Luke dance at a party. It is fleeting but it softens Luke's character more than the movie did.

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