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Paperback Typically by cm by cm or smaller though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly less than extra inch taller or widerdeeper Type NOVEL it The Paradise Snare AC Crispin Libri Scopri The Paradise Snare di AC Crispin spedizione gratuita per i clienti Prime e per ordini a partire da € spediti da Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy The Paradise A C Crispins The Paradise Snare came with a high recommendation from a friend who read it as a teenager shortly after its first publication With Disney's acquisition of the Star Wars franchise the new owners demoted The Paradise Snare from Cannon to Legend After seeing the somewhat disappointing Solo A Star Wars Story I caught up on the Star Wars universe and the book fun but Buy The Paradise Snare Star Wars Book Online at in Buy The Paradise Snare Star Wars book online at best prices in India on in Read The Paradise Snare Star Wars book reviews author details and at in Free delivery on qualified orders The Paradise Snare Star Wars de AC The Paradise Snare Star Wars | AC Crispin | ISBN | Kostenloser Versand fr alle Bcher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Star wars Han Solo Trilogy book The Paradise Snare A Star wars Han Solo Trilogy book The Paradise Snare par A C Crispin aux ditions Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc The paradise snare Book WorldCatorg Get this from a library The paradise snare A C Crispin Tells the story of young Han Solo of how he was abandoned to the Corellian streets and then taken by the Garris Shrike to a nomadic band of spacefaring criminals then driven by dreams of adventure Editions of The Paradise Snare by AC Crispin Editions for The Paradise Snare Paperback published in Kindle Edition published in Paperback published in Read PDF The Paradise Snare The Han Solo Trilogy Vol Download The Paradise Snare The Han Solo Trilogy Vol PDF Our services was introduced having a want to function as a complete online digital catalogue that offers access to large number of PDF file book assortment You might find many kinds of e publication and also other literatures from your paperwork data base Distinct popular topics that spread on our catalog are trending books Publication The Paradise Snare Publication The Paradise Snare Publication Record Author A C Crispin Date ISBN Publisher Bantam Spectra Price Pages viii Format pb? Paperback Typically by cm by cm or smaller though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly less than extra inch taller or widerdeeper Type NOVEL Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy The Paradise A C Crispins The Paradise Snare came with a high recommendation from a friend who read it as a teenager shortly after its first publication With Disney's acquisition of the Star Wars franchise the new owners demoted The Paradise Snare from Cannon to Legend After seeing the somewhat disappointing Solo A Star Wars Story I caught up on the Star Wars universe and the book fun but it The Paradise Snare AC Crispin Libri Scopri The Paradise Snare di AC Crispin spedizione gratuita per i clienti Prime e per ordini a partire da € spediti da The Paradise Snare Star Wars de AC The Paradise Snare Star Wars | AC Crispin | ISBN | Kostenloser Versand fr alle Bcher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Buy The Paradise Snare Star Wars Book Online at in Buy The Paradise Snare Star Wars book online at best prices in India on in Read The Paradise Snare Star Wars book reviews author details and at in Free delivery on qualified orders | The Paradise Snare Star Wars Legends 配送商品ならThe Paradise Snare Star Wars Legends The Han Solo Trilogy Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy Legendsが通常配送無料。更にならポイント還元本が多数。Crispin A C作品ほか、お急ぎ便対象商品は当日お届けも可能。


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  1. says:

    Three stars is all I could muster but I did have fun with this book It was a great way to rest my brain after finishing Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward ★★ This was the finest episode of Corellia 90210 EVER I had no idea until rereading this that Young Han Solo was actually played at least in the mind of AC Crispin by a Young Luke Perry Bad boy Han hanging out with the richies from Corellia some family and some family of the girl he loves and he's so handsome and dashing and such a great surfer oops pilot★ Han himself was pretty damn groovy You can tell that Crispin really has an affinity for his character or else a love for Harrison Ford and she delivers a pretty satisfying childhood full of Oliver Twist y incidents can you say F8 GN? Clever name for a droid eh? abuse at the hands of a bounty hunting bully and believable dreams of becoming an Imperial Officer There are some disappointments though ★ and those come with the language Han uses Yeah yeah Han says Sweetheart plenty in the Trilogy but does he have to say Honey and Sweetheart so bloody much? I'd say know And if I had to read about how scruffy looking he was one time I would have thrown the book across the room then dutifully picked it up and continued ★★ Did Han really need a giant black tiger man as his sidekickbodyguard? Muuurgh was cool enough but he was so blatantly a replacement for Chewbacca and so cheesily a part of another utopian society being oppressed by the Empire that I was than a little pissed I was a lot pissed actually and with Han already spending time with his foster mother Dewlanna a fierce old Wookie woman who dies for his freedom I thought there was than enough Chewie related idiocy for one book★ But Coruscant was super fucking cool I kept waiting for a Replicant to leap out from behind a building and break Deckerd's fingers★★★ And I really loved the spice processing planet of Ylesia The fact that most of the book was set there with its weak ass Hutt overlord Zavval its Exultation inducing Rhino Priests the T'landa Til its Glitterstim factory its uber fungus and mud pits and High Priest Teroenza's museum of galactic artifacts giving Crispin a chance to weave in some Indiana Jones it was a fun place to spend my fantasy hours for a couple of days I am not entirely convinced the T'landa Til were as evil as Crispin wanted them to be even for slavers but they were still a good set of antagonists for Han ★ There was no need for the Princess Leia cameo Enough of the fangirl crap already PSo lots of fun and I'm very glad I gave this a second read Candy for the brain is good ★★★ ★ ★★★★★★ ★ 3 ★s


  2. says:

    From now on it's just me Han SoloHan Solo Rogue Scoundrel Scruffy lookin' nerf herder He's the smuggler that charmed our hearts in A New Hope who came back to rescue Luke who butted heads with Princess Leia in The Empire Strikes Back and lead a Rebel task force against an Imperial fortress in Return of the Jedi But where did he come from?Han Solo was a young boy employed by Gariss Shrike to pitpocket pilot swoop bikes in races and con people out of money Tired of that life Han Solo leaves to Ylesia to work as a pilot There he uncovers the secrets of a cult that is holding Bria Tharen fellow Corellian and love interest hostageNOTE Based on prior reading and recent audiobookI LikedHan Solo is so cool so it was inevitable that he got his backstory fleshed out And it is apparent Crispin put some thought into it She hinted at Han's ability to understand Wookiee through his Wookiee friend Dewlana She mentioned his cousin Thracken Sal Solo And she even dropped in a scene with Princess Leia okay that's stretching it but from a certain point of viewCrispin's writing is easy on the mind at least when read by David Pittu It is descriptive but doesn't get bogged in details like Barbara Hambly's did It has dialogue but nothing near the quantities of Jeter's Bounty Hunters War It is intelligent clever and well writtenThere is no real overarching plot at this point I do know from prior reading that Ylesia has a role to play in the later trilogy but that makes sense This is a story about Han it really can't have a plot other than obviously how did he get to be so jaded in A New Hope? But I liked it He lives in his own disconnected world You don't have tons of Jedi thrust unnecessarily into the story He doesn't somehow bump into Vader or one of his minions He doesn't have anything to do with Bail and Mon Mothma He's just a guy on the outside And that I greatly appreciateBria Tharen is the other character we see in this novel What interested me in her was her wholehearted devotion to a false religion and her withdrawal from the Exultation I felt this really built up her character and made her different from Leia It would have been all too easy for Crispin to make Bria a Leia clone but I felt she stayed away from thatWhile somewhat stereotypical and predictable Han and Bria's tender young romance is kinda sweet It's simple unaffected by the cares of age and responsibility Han is young and wants the best for Bria while also desiring to pursue a career in the Imperial Navy Bria is just trying to piece herself together They probably should never have met Han is an orphan Bria comes from a wealthy family but circumstances throw them together and they cling to each other as only youth canI Didn't LikeI can't help but finish this and feel somewhat depressed Han's life is so miserable He's raised an orphan in an Oliver Twist type life He loses the woman of his life Can nothing go right for him?Speaking of Oliver Twist I felt that aspect was a little heavy and almost unnecessary Couldn't Han have parents? Everyone in this saga has issues with parents Leia is adopted Luke is raised by his uncle the Jedi are taken from their parents at a young age For once I want to see a decent mom and dad with their child I was hoping that could be Han but alasDialogueSexual SituationsViolenceA few passing d and hBria and Han are lovers Han mentions having previous girlfriendslovers Bria comes close to being sold into a pleasure houseThe book begins with Han fighting against Shrike He then fights his way off Ylesia and out of a bankOverallThis is a nice peek into Han's backstory I really enjoyed itbut I wish it had lighthearted moments like The Han Solo Adventures I definitely recommend but be wary if you want to laugh you might find yourself crying instead


  3. says:

    I remember being a really snobby dork about these books I thought I was going to hate them 'cause they were all trying to weave into the movies rather than going off on their own story But surprisingly these were great Han's motivations are explained for his first appearance in A New Hope we get his tragic first love and find out why he gets to wear the Corellian Bloodstripes Super necessary information


  4. says:

    Han Solo is my favorite Star Wars character I love his witty comebacks and his fantastic character arc And yet he's the character in the series we don't know anything about His backstory never comes up and I've always wanted to know about him How did he become friends with Chewbacca? How did he meet Lando? When did he become captain of the Millennium Falcon ? What's up with the Kessel Run in twelve parsecs? When I found out that there was a book series about Han Solo's backstory I immediately put the first book on hold at the librarySadly I didn't enjoy it as much as I hoped I wouldPros It's about Han Solo I never knew that view spoiler Han joined the Imperial Navy Now I understand why he knows so much about Imperial procedure in the movies I always wondered about that hide spoiler


  5. says:

    Reading Star Wars fiction is a guilty pleasure for me so consider this a guilty five star Aside from the original trilogy novelizations I loved A Splinter of the Mind's Eye and the old Brian Daley Han Solo trilogy I recall reading the Thrawn Trilogy in the 1990's which was what happened after Return of the Jedi and being captured by what was then an unspoiled dream of what the franchise could become Since then I haven't read much at all in the genre and like most of us endured a less than thrilling prequel trilogy of movies However with the acquisition of the franchise by Disney yeah we'll save that issue for another day I am nevertheless excited by new Star Wars and continuations of the original story no less Specifically I have heard juicy rumor of Han Solo specific movies that are inspired by Ann Crispin's prequel trilogy of the coming of age of everyone's favorite smuggler So I freakin' picked up the first book and frankly enjoyed the hell out of it It was like old times While the older stodgier and well read me wanted to pull back on the rating because there was a fairly simple story well grounded and fleshed out in the SW universe it was not the deepest and soul changing of reads However my younger idealistic and unrepentant Star Wars loving self beat the crap out of my jaded old self and left him unconscious while I relived that childhood fascination and joy through this book I can't wait till the Millennium Falcon shows up On to book two


  6. says:

    This book is part of the Legends expanded universe It is the first book of a trilogy It tells the story of Han Solo's early life and how he leaves his home world in search of his place in the galaxyThis book was an enjoyable book I think for the most part the author stayed true to form for Han's character and his development I did wish that Han was a little scoundrel than he was portrayed In this book it felt like Han was a little too quick to do the right thing instead of looking out for himself Maybe something will happen in the following books that Han develops this trait I really enjoyed his comrade in this story and you can see how Han and Chewie's relationship will come to be whenever they meet upWhen the characters visit different worlds the reader gets a clear picture as the author did a terrific job painting a picture She also does a wonderful job with her action scenes What really stood out for me was the path that the author has Han on and I am looking forward to how this plays out in the second book This isn't the best book in this universe but it isn't the worst either It is a nice book that provides background information to everyone's favorite scruffy looking nerf herder that has nice nods to the movies and the expanded universe


  7. says:

    5 starsNice to know about Han Solo Wonder if we will see Bria again The plot was very interesting Hope Han does well at the Imperial Academy Can't wait to read the Hurt Gambit Also can't wait to read Star Wars books


  8. says:

    I loved this book I love seeing Han as a teenager and seeing what he was up to I like Muuurgh but Chewie is definitely better I like that Han spent time with his foster mom and I hate that she had to die for his freedom I loved the relationship between him and Bria and it sucks that they had to leave each other I definitely love reading about Han’s story before the rebellion and before he met Luke and Leia 55 stars


  9. says:

    by A C Crispin published in 1997This is my first attempt at reading a Star Wars novel and I’ll admit it I read it because it features Han Solo Now Han is probably the most endearing character to grace the Star Wars franchise at least I think so and hence I was compelled to give this novel first of three actually a goI’ll get the tedious writer’s annoyances out of the way first Liberal use of the word “wryly” and “dryly” and other ly words kept kicking me out of the story and need not have been used ever As well the pacing was choppy maybe editing? through the book and so the story didn’t flow well And lastly I know the author needed to keep Han’s voice the same as the movies but really is every male or female character either a “pal” or a “sweetheart”?But the writing annoyances aside I really did enjoy this novel and am already into the second And the writing is much much better so farIn The Paradise Snare we get the back story and early history of Han Solo His formative years reminded me so much of Oliver Twist that it seemed to be a direct lift fo Dicken’s story Please sir can I have nerf soup? Hey whatever worksBut to be fair again I did enjoy myself and this was quick read It is fun to re visit the Star Wars universe with Han as your guide This novel is an exploration of how Han gets to be who he is in the first Movie yes episode IV and why he acts the way he doesA few other main characters share Han’s life in novel one One is a love interest named Bria one a comrade like Chewie actually Muuurgh who is a giant cat like alien And then there is Shrike his master and not a nice guy at all when he was stuck as a lackey on the pirate ship Trader’s LuckEverything falls into the place and the story of Han Solo unfolds Crispin does a good job of moulding young Han and we see him getting in and out of scrapes as we would expect I found the love story a bit much but understand it as back story as to why Han treats Leia the way he does in the movieWe also get hints about the Hutts and Jabba name among others is also brought up General good fun with some fast paced action sequences A pretty good read if you are into Star Wars and Han Solo We don’t see the Millennium Falcon or Chewbacca in this one but all you need to do is start the second book to find themAs a straight up Science Fiction it doesn’t quite pass the test To poorly written choppy pacing and the supporting characters are too obviously form fitted into their rolesAs a Star Wars novel I would give this a 3 out of 5 There was enough here to redeem it as a fun read and having started the second in the series I already know it gets a whole lot better


  10. says:

    If you are a fan of the Star Wars books particularly if you are a fan of Han Solo this is the beginning of an enjoyable trilogyCovering the ten years before the original Star Wars movie began Chapter IV A New Hope Han escapes from the only 'home' he has ever known the illegal ship Trader's LuckHis ultimate dream to enter the Imperial Space Academy So to get piloting experience he takes a job piloting for the planet Ylesia He soon starts picking up pratical expereinceBut he also finds that the religious pilogrims are in fact virtual slaves The religious exaltation they feel is a trick artificially created by the overseersHan sees nothing wrong with smuggling but he does not deal in slaves and when he becomes acquainted with a young woman from his own planet Corellia he determines to rescue herQuick reading with lots of adventures battles crash landings intrigue and lots of alien and human cultures It is true to the feel of the original Star Wars Of course readers of general SF 'space opera' will enjoy it as wellBook I ends with Cadet Han Solo marching off into a bright future at the Imperial Space AcademyYou think so?lolEdited 92514 to fix typos