Louis Turfrey

About

Louis launched FantaWar magazine at UKCAC ’92 alongside Mark Newbold,, which eventually led to their first of many websites, the Q-Continuum in 1994 and a number of other sites leading up to WireZone. In 1999 the site changed its name to become http://lightsabre.co.uk. Louis and Mark co-ran the site for a decade until Mark moved on to Jedi News in 2010. Louis continued writing, reviewing, eventually relaunching Lightsabre as a general sci-fi review site. Louis was the co-host of Setnin Radio.
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Articles

The Mandalorian Chapters 1 – 3: An overview

We take a look at the first three episodes of The Mandalorian and why we're so excited for this new direction in Star Wars storytelling (potential spoilers)

Film and TV Review: Revenge of the Sith

Louis Turfrey reviews Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

Book Review: Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace

Louis Turfrey reviews The Phantom Menace by Terry Brooks.

Book Review: Revenge of the Sith

Louis Turfrey reviews Revenge of the Sith by Matthew Stover.

Book Review: Thrawn

Louis Turfrey reviews Thrawn, by Timothy Zahn.

Book Review: Fate of the Jedi: Betrayal

Louis Turfrey reviews Fate of the Jedi: Betrayal.

Book Review: Phasma

Louis Turfrey reviews Phasma, by Delilah S. Dawson.

Book Review: The Bounty Hunter Wars: Book Two Slave Ship

Louis Turfrey reviews The Bounty Hunter Wars: Slave Ship.

Book Review: The Bounty Hunter Wars: Book One The Mandalorian Armour

Louis Turfrey reviews The Bounty Hunter Wars: Book One The Mandalorian Armour.

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