William Shakespeare's Jedi the Last: Star Wars Part the Eighth

William Shakespeare's Jedi the Last: Star Wars Part the Eighth Review

William Shakespeare's Jedi the Last...

Title:William Shakespeare's Jedi the Last: Star Wars Part the Eighth

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  • Khurram

    I loved this book. I admit I do not know all the pros and official structure of Shakespeare, but I did recognized some of the lines and more famous passages that had been re-purposed, and they fit per...

  • Melissa

    I still love these, the pinnacle of geekdom I know, Star Wars retold as a Shakespearean play, you’d think it’d be old now that we’re on the 8th installment, but no Doescher still throws surprise...

  • Jason

    Warning: Spoilers abound in this, but I believe that anyone who wants to see The Last Jedi has already done so at this point, and thus I don't feel the need to hide the review. Proceed at your own ris...

  • Matt

    The fallout from the First Order’s destruction of the New Republic’s capital and the Resistance’s destruction of her enemy’s superweapon even as they look to bring Luke Skywalker back in Willi...

  • Zach

    Excellent as always.A hilarious version of a not so good movie that manages to make it enjoyable and fun. Shakespeare and Star Wars work so well together. Doescher is a genius.Would highly recommend....

  • Tung

    I’ll repeat some of what I wrote in my reviews of Doescher’s other books: I’m a massive Star Wars fan; additionally, I love Shakespeare, so a book that combines these two things hits me square i...

  • Sarina

    Shakespearen Star Wars sounds like a concept that’s great in theory but not-so-great in practice. At least, that’s what I thought before I read William Shakespeare’s Jedi the Last. Well, consi...

  • Erikka

    I'm enamored of these books. They are just so well done! The codebreakers 007 speech (read it down as well) was a particular gem, as well as Luke's "prosperous" death. But my favorite part had to be t...

  • Will Plunkett

    I must be getting better at "reading" these books: I will admit to the cheat of reading the Afterword first this time, but only one of the "Easter eggs" was one I didn't figure out on my own. As alway...

  • Carrie

    These are a delight! Sometimes better than the movies. ...