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  GrandMaster
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That was great. Actually, I think pretty much the entire final heist was very well done. Except for

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GrandMaster wrote:
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That was great. Actually, I think pretty much the entire final heist was very well done. Except for

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You're right that the way it was done was impressive, but that's about in for that particular bit.


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Hmmm now that I think about it,

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Woooooooooow!!!!! I cheered at the end of this book like i was at a concert!

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I choked on this one... It drug on way too long for my taste, and was WAY too convoluted. Or at least more than I was able to track.

Can I have my Lightsabers and the Force back now?
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Timothy Zahn will be doing a live chat tomorrow on Star Wars Books facebook page at 3 PM EST.
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Psst. There's a Timothy Zahn interview on the front page: http://www.eucantina.net/archives/15031
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illogicalRogue2 wrote:
I choked on this one... It drug on way too long for my taste, and was WAY too convoluted. Or at least more than I was able to track.

Can I have my Lightsabers and the Force back now?

I agree on this one. I have a love/hate relationship with Zahn. For sure, he's done a lot for Star Wars (he created two of the most memorable characters in the EU), but I usually don't like his writing style. It's a bit too technical and his characters often come off as a bit stiff.
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Ahhh man, great book. My favorite Star Wars novels have personally been the more low-key adventures that flesh out different characters other than the Big 3. Love Lando and Han, and I think Tim Zahn did a great job on this book.

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I have this one waiting for me at my local Library -- but I have to wait until tomorrow to pick it up.

It pains me that they've cut back on hours and they're closed on Fridays now. **sigh**
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