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 PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2008 6:15 pm Reply with quote  
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  Aush
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I've read the X-wing Omnibus volume 1 and 2 and have 3 but have yet to read it; the first two volumes were okay and if you love Michael A Stackpole, then be sure to check them out!

I'm not reading any SW book right now but Invincible is right around the corner Very Happy
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Reading X-wing Omnibus Volume 2 and the short story "A Practical Man" included with the paperback reprint of Sacrifice.

It's kind of interesting venturing back to the NJO and the Vong. Its been a while since I read those stories so it kind of brings them all back. In retrospect I think the Legacy Comics kind of cut throat the novels by keeping the Vong pretty much isolated for an immense period of time. I would really of liked read about how the Vong adapted to their defeat and maybe re-establish themselves to the Force.
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I'm reading Outbound Flight, again, just for fun. I'll be picking up Sacrifice in trade paperback very soon.

The X-Wing Omnibuses are great. The first is still my favorite, with the Phantom Afair and the Rebel Opposition. Those were some great comics; I wish they had made more of them.
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I just picked up Sacrifice in trade paperback, because I never picked it up in hardback. I'll try and finish that up before Invincible comes out so I can have the entire series done.
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Now I read Labirinth of Evil in Russian and Dark Lord - The rise of Darth Vader in english. Luceno is on of my favourite authors Smile
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Currently reading the Luke Skywalker diary, Fight for Justice. I'm still reading chronologically so getting to the OT is pretty cool stuff. This is actually my first time reading these things so it's all new!


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I'm about 3 quarters of the way through Force Heretic 3 - Reunion. I'll finish up the last 2 New Jedi Order, then on to the Dark Nest Trilogy and Legacy of the Force. I have all these books except for Invincible (I don't like getting hardbacks, I'll wait for the paperback.) Just haven't had the time to get round to them yet! Very Happy
Yodacappy, this Fight for Justice diary sounds interesting, I've never heard of it, what's it about?
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Was reading Invincible but have since finished it. Now I'm on to finish up some non-SW books.
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I finished Invincible, and now I'm off to read Darth Bane: Rule of Two. I like the Bane story, so hopefully this is a good read.
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Multitasking: rereading Star By Star and Invincible, and reading X-wing Omnibus 3. I think Invincible is better the second time around.
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Unfortunately, I started rereading LotF a few weeks before Invincible came out and I am dedicated to finishing it before I read Invincible. Still on Fury... Crying or Very sad


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I bet it would be cool to read the whole series together nonstop, but I just don't have the time to do it.
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Alleigance. Woot, Timothy Zahn!
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Finally finished the Legacy series. I guess that means I will be reading either Death Star or the second Darth Bane novel.
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Am re-reading the whole Legacy of the Force series again, just to see if i like the saga any better. But I'm a little distracted since i ran into a reference about a Scholastic young readers book that was said to be Darth Vader's view on the Galactic Civil War(OT era), and something about Luke's view of the same era coming out soon. Has anybody else seen or heard anything? I usually shy away from "young reader" novels(o.k, so I'm a snob, so what?!?), but this one has me interested. I must know! Confused
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