But Jacen's own bright and loving daughter, Allana, offers a ray of hope for the future as she thrives in her grandparents' care. And when the eager, inquisitive girl, in whom the Force grows ever stronger, makes a curious discovery aboard her grandfather's beloved spacecraft - the much overhauled but ever-dependable Millennium Falcon - the Solo family finds itself at a new turning point. Together they must set out on an odyssey into uncertain territory, untold adventure, and unexpected rewards.
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By C. Sexton on 27-12-16
Might be my phone but this was not quite ruined by a lot of audio glitches. I haven't tried deleting a re-downloading it so I can't be sure. I'd be interested to know if anyone else had the same problem. Other than that it was quite an interesting story that I finished listening to on the day that the real Princess Leia died.
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By James on 27-02-14
This Guys writes Star Wars
What did you like most about Star Wars?
If there is any writer that should be brought onboard for the next Star Wars Movie. It`s James Luceno. He writes this universe like he grew up in it. That`s it, a writer who see`s the characters and fully fleshes them out. R A Salvatore does this to. They could make it be great again.
What other book might you compare Star Wars to, and why?
All his work and R A Salvatore`s too could make the next Star Wars installment incredible.
What does Marc Thompson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
He has the voices down cold and I believe he is the characters as he flits between them.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The whole passing the baton of a ship that has served well to it`s beloved owner from generation to generation. The Falcon is Star War`s version of an Enterprise.
Any additional comments?
If there is anything in the Galaxy that I could own. It would be a YT1300 Correllian freighter. New of the production line ready to have adventures.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
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By Chad on 15-03-11
Star Wars: Millennium Falcon
Marc Thompson is great as always. I could listen to this guy read the back of my cereal box. As for the story. Come aboard for the journey, not the destination. Resign yourself to being content with the disjointed meanderings of the author. The conclusion, much like this review, is lack luster. Still, beats the heck out of listening to some blow hard disk jockey during the commute.
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By Vic on 20-01-09
Punch it Chewie!
Great addition to the Star Wars collection. This book puts you in the Millennium falcon and paints a picture that fits perfect with the Star Wars universe. And its unabridged which makes it that much better. I would reccommend this book to any Star Wars fan.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful