DOC ✓ ¹ Chuck Wendig

DOC ✓ ¹ Chuck Wendig Is not yet over What she doesn’t know is just how close the enemy is or how decisive and dangerous her new mission will be Determined to preserve the Empire’s power the surviving Imperial elite are converging on Akiva for a top secret emergency summit to consolidate their forces and rally for a counterstrike But they haven’t reckoned on Norra and her newfound allies her technical genius son a Zabrak bounty hunter and a reprobate Imperial defector who are prepared to do whatever they must to end the Empire’s oppressive reign once and for al Jar Jar Binks' memoir would have been way entertaining I read dozens of EU books growing up and am super enthused about Disney's resurrection of Star Wars the animated TV show Rebels is A but this book is boring It tries too hard to be clever and stylish at the expense of substantive characterization or emotional impact and the 'clues' into the Force Awakens storyline are shallow and meaningless Aftermath feels like it was written by an adderall fiend on a 48 hour binge As a fan hugely interested in the new canonpost ROTJ timeline it is interesting to gain a tiny bit of insight into the political and military climate right after the death of the Emperor But my mind is boggled by how masterful the failure is here All I needed from this book was a slice of pizza even frozen pizza would have been fine but Aftermath is just a bunch of Cheez its tossed into a cardboard box

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PDF Þ BOOK Aftermath FREE Þ EYLTRANSFERSERVICES À [EPUB] ✹ Aftermath By Chuck Wendig – Eyltransferservices.co.uk New York Times Bestseller • Journey to Star Wars The Force Awakens “ Star Wars Aftermath reveals what happened after the events of 1983’s Return of the Jedi It turns out there’s than just the New York Times Bestseller • Journey to Star Wars The Force Awakens “ Star Wars Aftermath reveals what happened after the events of 1983’s Return of the Jedi It turns out there’s than just the Empire for the good guys to worry about” The Hollywood ReporterAs the Empire reels from its critical defeats at the Battle of Endor the Rebel Alliance now a fledgling New Republic presses its advantage by hunting down the enemy’s scattered forces before they can regroup and retaliate But above the remote planet Akiva an ominous show of the enemy? The TIE wibbles and wobbles through the air careening drunkenly across the Myrrann rooftops it zigzags herkily jerkily out of sightAnd that was the moment when my eyes started bleeding This was when I realized the Disney canon is absolute garbageNumerous other reviewers have noted the poor writing style of Chuck Wendig Those other reviewers are correct This book is horribly written with a jarring present tense narrative The characters are dull and formulaic the tech genius teenager and his estranged mother the regretful drunken ex Imperial the hard as nails bounty hunter As I read I found myself not caring what happened to any of them Whether they lived or died made no difference to me and that's a bad signThe descriptions of the environment and the action reminded me of the narrative of a game master describing something to his players in a role playing game It's a spare severe room red walls lined with manacles In the middle a desk whose surface is made from some Sullustian frozen in corbonite On that desk is a blaster a collection of uills in a cup a bottle of ink The room features only one other piece of furniture a tall black cabinet sealed tight with a maglock p 142 I half expected Wendig to add So what do your characters do? Roll a perception checkWhat really depressed me about the whole mess was that there were moments I enjoyed moments I wanted to see of only for the book to go back to the boring main story line about the cliched band of motley rebels coming together reluctantly to stop the Empire The interludes which had nothing to do with the main plot showed the effect of the Empire's fall on planets across the galaxy While they weren't written any better than the rest of the book they showed the reactions of people to the collapse of Imperial rule A family dinner gone awry as siblings argue Bounty hunters realizing they may not have much of a future Politicians arguing the course of the future government I found myself wanting them to continue to see what might happen only for the chapter to end and the interlude characters never to be mentioned againThe only other exception was Admiral Rae Sloane first introduced in A New Dawn I wanted to see of her an intelligent reasonable but loyal Imperial who wasn't a stock character like the others I'd like to see a novel about her something written from the Imperial side as things fall apartThis is not a good start to Disney's new Star Wars post RotJ universe The company needs to hire a new writer who will write stories about characters and events that people actually care about One with writing talent would be preferred

Chuck Wendig ¹ Aftermath MOBI

Aftermath?s strength is unfolding Out on a lone reconnaissance mission pilot Wedge Antilles watches Imperial Star Destroyers gather like birds of prey circling for a kill but he’s taken captive before he can report back to the New Republic leaders Meanwhile on the planet’s surface former rebel fighter Norra Wexley has returned to her native world war weary ready to reunite with her estranged son and eager to build a new life in some distant place But when Norra intercepts Wedge Antilles’s urgent distress call she realizes her time as a freedom fighter I uite enjoyed this book This book is not staring any of the main A listers of the Star Wars universe They are mentioned and there are a couple of cameos the story is really about Disney creating their own charactersI do like the way that even though Luke Leia Han are the poster guys the rebellion is bigger than they are There billions of beings with minor to major contributions to the success of going from Rebels to the New Republic This is the sorry of one such pilot in the alliance though she did not fire the killing shot of the second Death Star she was instrumental on setting up Wedge and Lando Now that her war is over se decides to return home to see try and make a mends with her son However what this book is about the war is not over The story deals with how the fall of the top level Imperial leader ship affects different beings From former slaves to people on the side lines Imperials wondering what to do next to the power grabbers This book is set in the very early days of the New Republic In fact the New Republic is not even accepted as of yet They also add one something never seen in the SW universe before the inclusion of gay characters C3PO notwithstandingHowever one of the main flaws in this book is the way it is advertised as taking as a companion to the new movie If anyone only reason for reading the book is to get a better insight into the Force Awakens movie then they are in for a disappointment you will not learn anything new from this book Another flaw is they this book seems to be setting a lot of things into motion witch are not resolved in this book It has over 10 interludes mini stories of goings on in the Star Wars many of these are self contained but there is one with a special appearance from Han and Chewie witch is not resolved but looking at the tile of the next book it is than likely to be the main story of that book All in all a good book but if you are looking for star power and revelations this is not book for you