DK has released a number of character encyclopedias in the past, and with more movies to come, there will undoubtedly be others released in the future. Full Report
For those that were clamoring for more clarity as it pertains to politics in The Force Awakens, Claudia Gray's newest book, Bloodline, is definitely for you. CAUTION: This review contains spoilers from the new book Star Wars: Bloodline. Full Report
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Having come out the same day as the movie, Star Wars The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary by Pablo Hidalgo is chock-full of spoilers to explain why Disney chose not to release it beforehand. Full Report
Things have a tendency to change over a 30 year period, so it stands to reason that even vehicles with which we are hugely familiar will have changed during that time, hence the justification for Star Wars The Force Awakens: Incredible Cross-Sections. Full Report
Small Scenes from a Big Galaxy is unlike pretty much all of the LEGO Star Wars books that DK have released previously, and it comes across as more of an art book than an informational guide. Click on the full report link to read our review. Full Report
Ultimate Star Wars isn't the first Star Wars encyclopedia to be released, and with new episodes in the Star Wars saga on the horizon, it's impossible to imagine it being the last. Click on the full report link to read our review. Full Report
Paul S. Kemp's return to the Star Wars universe promises a Sith-themed storyline reminiscent of recent successes like Darth Plagueis. What it actually delivers isn't quite so memorable or enjoyable to read. Full Report
Following on from last year's Star Wars in 100 Scenes, a review for which you can read here, DK have taken it to the next level with their LEGO Star Wars in 100 Scenes, which does pretty much what it says on the cover when it states "Six movies... a lot of LEGO bricks". Full Report
Kevin Hearne's Heir to the Jedi brings a new POV to the Star Wars literature universe in the third novel of the new canon, but is it one which works? Full Report
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