Star pilot training was way harder than I expected, my best friends started ignoring me, and the class bullies are trying to lead me to the dark side–which actu
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it wasn’t like this first one, but it was really good!
Roan now is in his second year.. great challenges, face he will (talking like Yoda)
building a driod, flighting at last, being friend with bullies, and lose your real friends!
And at last
it was ok
See my review of Star Wars: Jedi Academy by the same author to get my feelings on this.
Basically: lame middle school-type plot, meh drawings, typical characters who are predictable, and last but not least, a truly stupid “holobook” (read: Facebook) subplot. I mean, come on. Way to date your book that’s supposed to take place in the far future, or a galaxy far, far away. The Facebook bullying subplot was insipid, uninspired, and uninteresting.
Skip this book unless you’re such a rabid fan you just
I’m no Star Wars nut, but I grew up in the 80s, so I’ve seen the original trilogy. It’s good. This book (and truthfully all of Jeffrey Brown’s Star Wars books) is so good. It’s smart, funny, has positive messages, and is a really fun story. I’ve recommended the first one to both kids and adults while working at the Children’s Desk at the library. I’m happy this seems to be an ongoing series.