Rouge One: A Star Wars Story by Alexander Freed

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
Overall
3.3 Llamas

Review

Ok, this is one of my favorite books. If you have seen the movie… THEN YOU MUST READ THE BOOK!!!!

Now unfortunately there is mild cursing in the book (which was not in the movie), but it is still a really good book. And it is a Rouge One book so (no spoilers) it will be a little (ok a lot) violent, but basically like the movie.

Over all, it is on my favorite shelf and I still love it, even with the flaws. If you are a Star Wars fan, you should read the book.

Pros

  • ONLY THE BEST STAR WARS BOOK EVER!
  • It also is a movie

Cons

  • Mild cursing
  • Kind-of violent

As the shadows of the Empire loom ever larger across the galaxy, so do deeply troubling rumors. The Rebellion has learned of a sinister Imperial plot to bring entire worlds to their knees. Deep in Empire-dominated space, a machine of unimaginable destructive power is nearing completion. A weapon too terrifying to contemplate . . . and a threat that may be too great to overcome.

If the worlds at the Empire’s mercy stand any chance, it lies with an unlikely band of allies: Jyn Erso, a resourceful young woman seeking vengeance; Cassian Andor, a war-weary rebel commander; Bodhi Rook, a defector from the Empire’s military; Chirrut Îmwe, a blind holy man and his crack-shot companion, Baze Malbus; and K-2SO, a deadly Imperial droid turned against its former masters. In their hands rests the new hope that could turn the tide toward a crucial Rebellion victory—if only they can capture the plans to the Empire’s new weapon.

But even as they race toward their dangerous goal, the specter of their ultimate enemy—a monstrous world unto itself—darkens the skies. Waiting to herald the Empire’s brutal reign with a burst of annihilation worthy of its dreaded name: Death Star.

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