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  Darth Skuldren
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The eARC has been out for a while. Goodreads has it. I think Netgalley might, too.
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Dancelittleewok wrote:
I didn't know the ARCs had already been sent out. I'm particularly interested in reading that because I haven't read the other books. I wonder if it can exist as a standalone.


I don't think it really qualifies as a stand alone. There are character relationships and events that precede The Last Jedi in the CN Trilogy.

The CN Trilogy you could definitely read without reading the Medstar Duology or Darth Maul Shadow Hunter.
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Currently enjoying myself immensely as I'm reading Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor! They talk enough about Vader to keep me happy and Han is hilarious! Laughing
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^^^ That is my all time favorite Star Wars book Very Happy
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Finished reading Scoundrels, and on to Star Wars: Scripts.

One quick note about the excerpt from Into The Void:

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Darth Skuldren wrote:
^^^ That is my all time favorite Star Wars book Very Happy


I can understand why! Best book ever! Loved it!

Decided to re-read the Thrawn Trilogy, just can get past the epic awesomeness of Zahn's books!
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Currently reading Vector Prime I think I'm going to like reading about the Yuuzhan Vong, I took some advice early not to read the NJO and always regretted it. 1 book almost down 18 more to go
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Currently reading Vector Prime I think I'm going to like reading about the Yuuzhan Vong, I took some advice early not to read the NJO and always regretted it. 1 book almost down 18 more to go


Who told you not to read that!? That's the best that has been tossed out by Del Rey so far! Its not all great, but overall its awesome.
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When I started really getting into SW reading a few years ago, I only knew one other buddy that had read the books, he has long since been wrong about a lot of things, this just appears to be another
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When I started really getting into SW reading a few years ago, I only knew one other buddy that had read the books, he has long since been wrong about a lot of things, this just appears to be another


Ah, gotcha. I loved the NJO. Just wait till some of the more heartbreaking parts though.
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Reading Vector Prime.......... It just happened........ Knowing this was the book it happened in didn't make it any less sad........I have not had a book hit me like that in my entire life. Just........ Wow
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I recently started re-reading NJO, though I've just been grabbing books at random. At the moment I'm reading the Dark Tide books, but will likely job to the Enemy lines after those.


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I just finished The Clone Wars: Wild Space. It's the first Clone Wars book I have read and I am pleased to say that I found it quite amazing. It was actually nice to read a bit about Bail Organa and found the whole Bail-Obi-Wan rivalry extremely amusing. And I now have a new found respect for Obi-Wan after seeing how he suffered on Zigoola. I found Ashoka, as always, extremely annoying. Razz
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Wow. I guess it's been about a year since I read a new Star Wars book. My fandom took a nosedive after Apocalypse and none of the releases since have piqued my interest enough. However, I just picked up Scoundrels and will be starting soon. It feels good to be reading Star Wars again. Cool
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Jumping into the Dark Tide books this weekend, very early but so far the NJO seems pretty good
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