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STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS. Written By. Lawrence Kasdan & J.J. Abrams and Michael Arndt. No portion of this script may be performed, reproduced. “Like all the best novelizations, Alan Dean Foster’s adaptation of Star Wars: The Force Awakens enriches the movie experience. [Foster] not only evokes entire onscreen worlds he also gives us glimpses of an even more vast, unseen universe.”—The Washington Post. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Like all the best novelizations, Alan Dean Foster's adaptation of Star Wars: The Force Awakens enriches the movie experience.


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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Novelization Hardcover Released Today! Just a quick reminder that the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Novelization by Alan. #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The official novelization of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the blockbuster film directed by J. J. Abrams • Includes two. Star Wars - The Force Awakens by Alan Dean Foster PDF eBook EPUB Download link. Here is the link: instruktsiya.info 1 NEW YORK.

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Is the novelization worth reading? Foster has written a book that captures the spirit of the film, while presenting additional information that helps answer some of the questions that linger. The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition Star Wars.

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Why exactly did the First Order fire on those planets? Since the Starkiller attack comes out of the blue, pretty much, you may have been confused about what General Hux was trying to do and why the planets that were destroyed "the Hosnian system" mattered.

The book makes clear that the Senate was meeting there. Here's Hux outlining his strategy, such as it is: The redheaded officer spoke up immediately. The weapon. We have it. It is ready. I believe the time has come to use it. Or what its fractious proponents choose to call the Republic.

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Their center of government, its entire system. In the chaos that will follow, the Resistance will have no choice but to investigate an attack of such devastating scale. They will throw all their resources into trying to discover its source.

I agree that the time for such measures has come. Oversee the necessary preparations. How far back does Supreme Leader Snoke go?

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Okay, so the big bad guy displayed in that giant hologram is some sort of powerful dark side figure. Only the book will suggest that he's been around for a long time — at least 50 years, back before the Empire was founded. In other words, he hails from the prequel era — and he has a whole lot of ideas about why things didn't go well for the dark side during the original trilogy.

The gullible prattle on about the triumph of truth and justice, of individualism and free will. As if such things were solid and real instead of simple subjective judgments. The historians have it all wrong.

It was neither poor strategy nor arrogance that brought down the Empire. You know too well what did. Such a simple thing. Such a foolish error of judgment. A momentary lapse in an otherwise exemplary life.

Had Lord Vader not succumbed to emotion at the crucial moment — had the father killed the son — the Empire would have prevailed. Image: Lucasfilm Simple — he gets picked up by a passing speeder and has a not-so-exciting adventure.

It begins this way: A dark spot appeared between the dunes, expanding rapidly as it came toward him. Flat in front and bulging at the stern, the speeder was an unlovely construct, but to Poe at that moment it had lines as sweet as those of the fastest fighter in the Resistance fleet. Standing in the middle of the salt flat, he began jumping up and down and waving his arms.

Did whoever left Rey on Jakku mean to come back for her? Rey hears a mysterious voice, a recognizable but mysterious one, at the end of her lightsaber vision: Once more she climbed to her feet, her chilled breath preceding her.

From in front of her, not far away, came the sounds of battle: the cries of the wounded and the clashing of weapons. Then behind her, another voice. That voice. I promise.

How strong is Leia with the Force? As strong as Obi-Wan Kenobi, it would seem.

In the book, she feels the destruction of the Hosnian system in the same way Kenobi felt the destruction of Alderaan: Leaning against a console for support, she steadied herself. Deaths and passings.

Too much death, too many passings. Did Maz Kanata change her mind about Finn? Were Han and Leia actually married? Image: Lucasfilm This isn't made clear in the film — just that they had a son together. The existence of nutpials and no divorce! Is Rey related to Han and Leia? It looks increasingly unlikely, given that Han and Leia casually refer to Rey as "the girl. When did Snoke start to turn Kylo Ren to the dark side?

Here's an interesting bit worth quoting at length. In the movie, Leia tells Han she's sure Snoke has turned their basically good child to the dark side. That he was born with equal potential for good or evil. I hoped I could sway him, turn him away from the dark side, without having to involve you. I was afraid that your reactions would only drive him farther to the dark side.

Not even now, at this late time. Why did Starkiller base have an 'oscillator'? The weakness in the giant Death Star — sorry, I mean Starkiller base — was its oscillator.

But why would a planet need to oscillate? Statura, we're told, is "the most senior officer in the room with an actual scientific background" — whatever that means in the basically science-free Star Wars universe: Statura was deep in thought.

Also as you say, Finn, there is more involved. I am thinking some kind of oscillating field. If it oscillates rapidly enough, much less energy would be required to sustain it than if it was maintained at a steady state. Was there something more Han wanted to say to Leia? Time to grab another Kleenex, because there's extended dialogue when the couple say goodbye: He put his hands on her shoulders, and thirty years fell away in an instant. Why did Captain Phasma give up so easily?

Gwendoline Christie's character was kind of a pushover in the movie, lowering the shields and making Starkiller base defenseless just because Han and Finn were pointing blasters at her. In the book, Chewbacca applies more pressure — literally. She managed a slight shake of her head. Her mask emitted a slight but perceptible wheeze. Did Rey's scavenging past come in useful? Image: Lucasfilm It did indeed — because originally, Han, Finn, Rey and Chewie were unable to get into the one part of Starkiller base that really mattered.

It was Chewie who ventured the question that had to be asked. Get me to a conventional junction station, I can get us in. Did Han and Chewie have a chance to say goodbye? Image: Lucasfilm Sort of. Kleenex time again: Unintentionally, their eyes met— and the stare held. Man and Wookiee realized it might be for the last time. Nothing more was said. Nothing more needed to be.

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There never had been, over the years, an excess of superficial chatter between the two whenever there was work to be done. Each knew his job and did it. That did not keep Han from pausing a moment to look back. When he did, he discovered Chewbacca gazing in his direction.

Same ethic, different species, same thought, Han mused. He pointed stiffly.

Before things get messy. Han watched him for a long moment. Then he, too, turned and raced off. How long had it been since Han had seen his son? Image: Lucasfilm More than 13 years, it seems; maybe as many as Disney Book Group. Tom Clancy Commander in Chief. No one in the hall was paying them the least attention, she noticed worriedly. In one fascinating passage, the dramatic and moving redemption of Anakin Skywalker at the conclusion of Return of the Jedi is dismissed by Snoke, who sees his heroic turn as a moment of weakness for an amazing man:.

They quickly came to the idea of Sam being a former Stormtrooper who witnesses either a firing squad or an airlock ejection of a captured Rebel crew member.

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