Žvaigždžių karai

Žvaigždžių karai

George Lucas Irmina Domeikienė / Jun 15, 2019

vaig d i karai stab s Luko Skaivokerio Hano Solo princes s L jos bei kit sukil li nuotykiai Imperijos u grobtoje Galaktikoje

  • Title: Žvaigždžių karai
  • Author: George Lucas Irmina Domeikienė
  • ISBN: 9986486440
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • stab s Luko Skaivokerio, Hano Solo, princes s L jos bei kit sukil li nuotykiai Imperijos u grobtoje Galaktikoje.

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      • George Lucas Irmina Domeikienė

        George Walton Lucas, Jr is an Academy Award winning American film director, producer, and screenwriter He is the creator of the epic Star Wars saga and the archaeologist adventurer character Indiana Jones Today, Lucas is one of the American film industry s most financially successful independent directors producers, with an estimated net worth of 3.6 billion.


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    4. I read this just after the movie came out when I was 7 or 8 years old. I remember loving it but preferring the wonders of the silver screen. I curiously never went back to read it again. Perhaps I will someday

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    9. Ar galima įvertinti mažiau nei maksimumu? Kai užaugi su "Žvaigždžių karų" magija, geriau tik perskaityti ją, įsijausti kitu kampu, ne tik žiūrėti ką jau kažkas perskaitė ir sukūrė filmą. Skaitai ir tiesiog pasineri į knygą, viskas taip paprasta, o kartu ir ne, jog neįtikėtinai įtraukia, paperka, įvilioja į "Žvaigždžių karų" pasaulis, jog norisi tapti dalimi. Sklendžiant puslapiais vėl ir vėl prisimeni, kodėl norėjai tampti Džedajumi, o gal Lėja, ar vis dėlt [...]

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    11. It's May 4th! In honor of Star Wars Day a long time ago (December of 1976), in a galaxy far, far away (Bluefield, Virginia) I was home from college for winter break and spotted this weird little paperback on the spin-rack of the corner drug store. (I believe it was Goodykoontz Pharmacy, but I'm not certain.) It looked like a nifty little space opera; I was familiar with George Lucas from THX-1138 and American Graffitti, though I didn't know him as a novelist. I picked it up and enjoyed reading i [...]

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    13. Usually novelizations of movies are not as good as the movies themselves. This is certainly true here. The Star Wars movie is fantastic; but it loses a lot when transferred to print.

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    16. “We’re a couple of shooting stars, and we’ll never be stopped.”“Someday you're going to have to learn to separate what seems to be important from what really is important.”What is there to say about this beloved story that hasn't already been said? This story and these characters are timeless. Been feeling the Star Wars love lately, so I decided to re-read some of the books. THere is nothing quite like the moment when you first read about Darth Vader prowling the rebel ship, or when [...]

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    18. Não exclusivamente, mas especialmente, creio que este livro se destina aos fãs de Star Wars. Com isto quero dizer que, embora tenha sido lançado alguns meses antes do primeiro filme, com base no guião original de George Lucas, os filmes têm mais projecção e os livros funcionam como uma espécie de bónus para os que apreciam a saga.Atribuído a George Lucas, mas na realidade escrito por Dean Foster, as descrições em «A Guerra das Estrelas» não fazem - e muito dificilmente fariam - ju [...]

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    21. If you're reading this review, I assume you have already read the book or seen the movie. To begin with, I love the Star Wars series. As a kid, I watched all of the movies multiple times. However, I had never read the books up until Christmas of 2012 when I received a hardback edition of the Star Wars Trilogy. That, my friends, is nerdy bliss. When I first read the books, they immediately soared into my top books list. The imagery in this book specifically made me feel like I was experiencing a [...]

    22. What a great time! I really liked how I was able to slow down and look at each scene and part. It made the story more meaningful to me. When Obi-Wan fought Vader it was much more moving to me because I had a deeper connection through the book. When his voice came to Luke it gave me thrill chills. The robots were like two children, C3PO was the big brother who loved his little R2D2. I loved the dialogue and interaction of those little guys. It was adorable (I feel that word is an enemy of my masc [...]

    23. This book is best described as Star Wars: A New Hope.If you have never seen the movie you have either been living under a ginormous rock, or have consciously avoided the physical embodiment of awesomeness that is Star Wars, in which case you are not going to be reading this book either.Being written by George Lucas himself, this book doesn’t offer any new material or further background information. It’s nothing more than a “book edition” of the movie. It is really fun to read but watchin [...]

    24. The old yellow edition I had of this (with Pages Of Full Color Stills From The Movie!) ripped in half right down the spine while I was reading it. Bummer. I don't really know how to rate this. It's pretty much just A New Hope, but with the deleted scenes included and some weird details changed. What does stand out is how consistently over-the-top this book is. I saw some reviews praising the sophisticated vocabulary. Maybe it's just a change in norms between now and 1976, since I don't know much [...]

    25. 4.5 stars. This book was great, and so truthful to the movie. I loved how there was an adding scene to Luke's story. We also get a new relationship between Luke and another character named Biggs. There were actual lines from the movie and I could totally picture the scenes from the movie in my head. There were a few spots that dragged on, and I wanted to see a little more action. However, the action scenes that did occur totally made up for it!

    26. Contains all the magic of the film, just as it did when I first read it in the 70s. Great from beginning to end.

    27. This was the only book of all six that the book add something to the story. IT was really nice to read this novel. The interaction between both C3PO and R2-D2 are excellent.

    28. Look, the movie is better. I don't say that often but in this case it just is. By an order of magnitude. I mean no disrespect to Foster here, as this is a perfectly serviceable adaptation and I enjoyed reading it, but the visuals of A New Hope are so embedded in my mind that any adaptation of the film was always going to struggle. This is particularly the case in the final assault on the Death Star, which was truly exciting in the movie and honestly a bit dull in the book, but the rest of the te [...]

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