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The Force Oversleeps (Star Wars: Jedi Academy #5) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 37 user ratings
ISBN:0545875749
LANGUAGE:English

" AWSOMAIZING Easton you should read this you'd like it " said.

" These books really are a lot of fun to read! " said.

" This series continues to entertain. These books are a refreshing break from the normal SW, which of course, focus on war. " said.

" Pretty good book, lots of comics " said.

" This was a great book with a good story line. " said.

" I liked the ending because something unexpected happens. My favourite character is the main character's sister. His name is Victor. Her name is Christina. She is very smart. " said.

" I really liked this book. I thought it was really good compared to the last Jedi academy book by Jarret J. Krosocza. I still don't think it was as good as Jeffery Brown's, though it definitely came close.I really liked seeing victor's dad, that definitely added an extra element to this whole series. " said.

" This is a nice story about a caring young person who prevails through some difficulties while away at school. It is set in the Star Wars universe, so the characters are quite interesting and often unique. It is very easy to read, and can be enjoyed by 4th graders and up. I like the reading breaks the author includes like cartoons, social media photos , news articles, and Spot the Droidrences. " said.

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