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Book Review: Fate of the Jedi: Betrayal

Louis Turfrey reviews Fate of the Jedi: Betrayal.

Book Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story – Expanded Edition

Mark Newbold reviews Solo: A Star Wars Story - Expanded Edition.

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.

Book Review: Rebel Rising

Carl Bayliss reviews Rebel Rising, by Beth Revis.

Book Review: Inside The Star Wars Empire: A Memoir

Mark Newbold reviews Inside The Star Wars Empire by Bill Kimberlin.

Book Review: William Shakespeare’s Jedi the Last

Sheila Wright reviews William Shakespeare's Jedi The Last by Ian Doescher.

Book Review: Last Shot

Carl Baylis reviews Last Shot, by Daniel José Older.

Book Review: Star Wars: Thrawn: Alliances

Matt Neve reviews Thrawn: Alliances.

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