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❮Download❯ ➻ Aftermath Author Chuck Wendig – 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 Intercepts Wedge Antilles’s urgent distress call she realizes her time as a freedom fighter 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 all

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Gling 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’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

DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE Chuck Wendig is a novelist a screenwriter and a freelance penmonkeyHe has contributed over two million words to the roleplaying game industry and was the developer of the popular Hunter The Vigil game line White Wolf Game Studios CCPHe along with writing partner Lance Weiler is a fellow of the Sundance Film Festival Screenwriter's Lab Their short film Pandemic will show at th.

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  • Nehemiah Lacayo

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathThe 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

  • Alejandro

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathFair reading but I found its lack of excitement disturbing NEW CANON EXPANDED FUTURE No Sith remain and the lone Jedi that exists the son of Anakin Skywalker possesses an untouchable soul At least for now I was expecting something different from this novel Aftermath since it’s supposed to be the first book in a trilogy setting the new ambiance in the Star Wars universe after the events of Star Wars Episode VI – The Return of the Jedi erasing the previously expanded universe now considered “Legends”I don’t support the concept of taking away the canon status to all the previous written novels it’s not fair for all the readers that invested money and time reading all those novels but playing Devil’s Advocate for a moment I can understand the appealing about to simplify an already big expanded prose universe to set a fresh new storyline where to work for the incoming Star Wars Episode VII – The Force AwakensHowever I can’t feel that I got a fresh andor simple expanded u

  • Darth J

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathSomehow Canon?? FanfictionI can't think of a better way to describe this book Sure Chuck Wendig knows plenty of details about the SWU but his writing style is completely discordant with the tone of the film series It really just reads like someone unfamiliar with the language and overall atmosphere but very familiar with minutiae wrote a Star Wars book It just took me out of the story when there were weird innuendos and frag being used as an expletiveWhile this takes place hot on the heels of the destruction of the second Death Star at the end of Return of the Jedi there's very little of the characters you know and love here There's a brief scene of Han and Chewy and a memory of someone wanting to shoot Leia?? and brief mentions of Luke this is mostly random oth

  • Khurram

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathI 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 o

  • Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathReviewed by Rabid ReadsBefore we get started1 I am not an expert on the subject of STAR WARS novelsThis is in fact my first STAR WARS novel so on the subject of canon I got nuthin’ #blankslate2 I am not a Chuck

  • Scott Lyson

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathWe live in an age in which mediocrity reigns supreme That's fine for the masses We can prop up mediocre movies like Avengers and Jurassic World and overlook their flaws the audience has lost its taste That's the way of things fine just don't expect me to blindly follow Aftermath is guilty of committing far too many amateurish crimes that I simply cannot forgive If I had submitted the dialogue to a film professor I would've failed If I would've submitted the action scenes to an English professor I would've failed The author doesn't write dialogue specific to their characters If any character could say a line then it's not good dialogue In this vast universe with seemingly infinite species all of the characters curse in the same manner and are constantly referencing the stars Is that why the Force needs to be awakened?

  • Kemper

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathProbably all self proclaimed nerds have dipped their toes into the pool of tie in books for a franchise they like at one point or another and I'm no exception However I mostly gave up on the concept years ago because reading a Star Wars book when what you really want is a new Star Wars movie is about as satisfying as eating Hamburger Helper when what you're really craving is filet mignon Feel free to insert your own preuel joke hereYet the idea of Chuck Wendig doing a book as part of the new post Lucas official canon that was going to bridge the gap between Return of the Jedi and The

  • Sean Barrs

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE Aftermath“This isn’t some kind of inspiration story Some scrappy ragtag underdog tale some pugilistic match where we’re the goodhearted gladiator who brings down the oppressive regime that put him in the arena They get to have that narrative We are the ones that enslaved whole worlds full of alien inhabitants We are the ones who built something called a Death Star under the leadership of a decrepit old goblin who believed in the ‘dark side’ of some ancient insane religion” The dark heart of the Empire has been destroyed; the Lords of the Sith are no This leaves the snake without a head without a voice and without any unity The remnants of the Empire have no common purpose; they are not entirely sure what to do They call a summi

  • Jay

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathJar 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 to

  • Renée

    DOC Â READER Aftermath FREE AftermathIt's my fault for not reading the excerpt from a couple months ago Had I done so I never would have bought the book Horrid writing style and an absolute deal breaker for me Present tense? I despise it Such a shame as I was really looking forward to this book I read the first page and was immediately disappointed as I simply cannot and will not read a novel in present tense Skipped a few pages and then a few skimming Hoping But no he really DID write the entire book like that and in this choppy one sentence is a paragraph incredibly jarring way Some were not even complete sentences A few for effect is fine but throughout a novel? NoI don't want a screenplay I want a well crafted storyReturned my book to today