The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (B&N Exclusive Edition) (Star Wars)

The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (B&N Exclusive Edition) (Star Wars)

by Jason Fry
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The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (B&N Exclusive Edition) (Star Wars) by Jason Fry

Rey continues her epic journey with Finn, Poe, and Luke Skywalker in this thrilling novelization of Star Wars: The Last Jedi written by New York Times bestselling author Jason Fry.

This Barnes and Noble Exclusive Edition contains an exclusive photo insert featuring 16 pages of thrilling photos from the movie!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780525618881
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/06/2018
Series: Star Wars
Edition description: B&N Exclusive Edition
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 1,242
Product dimensions: 9.30(w) x 6.30(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Jason Fry is the author of the forthcoming novelization of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and has written or co-written more than forty novels, short stories, and other works set in the galaxy far, far away. His other books include the Servants of the Empire quartet and the young-adult space-fantasy series The Jupiter Pirates. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, son, and about a metric ton of Star Wars stuff.

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The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (Star Wars) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
TheReadingMermaid 3 months ago
3.5 stars * I'm really glad we got this novelization because I feel like it helped explain/answer some questions that we didn't really get answered in the movie. Jason does an excellent job with his analysis of the characters, and what is going through their heads, what their motivations are, etc. I wish we could have been given a little more, but he had to work with what Rian Johnson allowed him to use. I don't want to spoil anything but there is one scene that really changes some things about Luke that we missed out on in the movie. I'm going to assume this will be a deleted scene. My biggest issue with this book was the amount of glaring editing mistakes. No book is ever edited perfectly, but since this is coming from a major publishing company, is part of a world that has millions of fans, and will probably be on a bestseller list, we as readers have expectations of the quality of the book. That being said, I was surprised and disappointed by the editing issues. For example, there is a paragraph that is repeated twice, first on one page and then again on the page right after. Another example is when Finn tells Rose "May the Force be with you", it is written as "May for Force be with you". If you want to buy this book, please keep in mind these mistakes. It is a lot of money to pay for errors. I hope that they will fix these issues by the time the mass market comes out.
Anonymous 4 months ago
One of the best novelizations, especially for Star Wars. In depth look into The Last Jedi made this a worthwhile read, but also the way it was written was just as or even more so enjoyable as the film. Amazing job to both writers of The Last Jedi, and everyone involved to make this story come alive on the screen and on the page.
Anonymous 6 days ago
After rolecall Chief Bogo had called Nick and Judy to his office. "Oh I wonder what the Chief wants." said Judy excitedly. "Probobly to congradulate us, we are pretty good." said Nick. As they opened the door they saw Bogo sitting behind his desk in his chair. "Take a seat please, we need to talk." said Bogo. Nick and Judy sat down in the overly big chairs. "Did we do something wrong?" asked Judy. "What? oh, no, you haven't done anything wrong." said Bogo rubbing his neck. "Then why are we here?" Nick asked. Bogo looked at them nervously. "You are here because we have a problem with the impression you two have on the city." Bogo said looking around the room. "And what does that mean?" Asked Nick looking at Bogo. "Well..." The Chief was now rubbing his neck nervously. "There have been reports that you two are in a...relationship." said Bogo finally. "Well we are partners." said Judy. "A romantic relationship." said the Chief. "Well, uh..." Judy started, but Nick stopped her. "Wait, okay, yeah, so what, we are in a relationship, but what does that have to do with anything? We're not hurting anyone." Nick said accusingly. "No, you're not, but some mammals don't approve of interspecies relationships." said Bogo. (TO BE CONTINUED)
Anonymous 21 days ago
Expanded on the movie nicely done sir
Anonymous 22 days ago
Not too much that adds to the movie. Nothing bad about the book, just a bit of a letdown.
Ola Matysiak 3 months ago
I loved "The Last Jedi" movie and I had been waiting for its novelization patiently. Well, it was worth it! The book by Jason Fry is a really good read. We get more insight into characters' motivations and there are plenty of new scenes added to the book that we couldn't see in the film. An ideal 'supplement' for those who watched the film, but wanted to know more or have some scenes and threads elaborated on. For me personally it's been one of the best "SW" movie novelizations so far :)
Anonymous 4 months ago
A great read!