Star Wars: Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno
The Republic and the Separatists have been battling each other in a galactic war. No one is spared as each side scrambles to gain the edge against their enemy. Working for the Empire, Orson Krennic is working on a top secret project–a planet killer. But while he throws every available resource at his command into the project he realizes there is one thing he is missing–his old friend Galen Erso.
Rebellions are Built on Hope – A Review of Rogue One
It’s a dark time for rebellion in a galaxy far, far away. Rumors of a huge weapon that the Empire is creating are keeping the Rebel Alliance Intelligence officers busy. One young woman, pulled from her home and family, holds the key to helping the Rebel Alliance keep the galaxy safe. Jyn Erso goes from chains to freedom in her pursuit to escape the Empire and follow the path to the weapon’s plans.
Hi everyone! I am so happy that you’re with me in 2017. How crazy is it that it’s already 2017?
If your 2016 has been anything like mine, you experienced some highs and lows–now we have 2017. I predict awesome things for 2017. For you, and me both!
Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading via It’s Monday, What are You Reading?… Please visit the site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome. The good news is that I surpassed my goal for the week–I ended up at 164 books read.
As a loud and proud geek, I’m sure you’ve been waiting to hear about my take on Rogue One: A Star Wars Tale or whatever it is currently being called. This is THAT post.
When the Rogue One #3 trailer dropped earlier this week, I abstained from watching it for a day or two. Yes, it’s crazy to think that someone like me seeing Episode VII in the theatre 4 times would want to wait,