epic space opera

Oct 6, 2021

These three movies are some of my favorite movies in the world. This bundle of DVDs will make a weekend worth being lazy. The first Star Wars movie is a masterpiece which leads to the second and then to the third in a continuous attention-grabbing storyline. There is action, adventure, and betrayal. The Star Wars 1-3 movies are sad at the end but are amazing to watch. Every Star Wars movie, so far, has had three movies to tell their story. These first 3 films entail the quest to find Anakin Skywalker. The first “Episode” leads with the discovery of Anakin Skywalker, a child on Tatooine, who

Oct 6, 2021

Star Wars: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi are my favorite Star Wars movies of all-time. I love them because they have action, adventure, betrayal, reality, and a happy ending. I have always liked the 4-6 Star Wars movies better than any other because this was how Anakin Skywalker succumbed to the dark side of the force but his son, Luke Skywalker, tried everything to stop him. These next three movies are about Luke Skywalker's journey with the Rebellion to stop the oppressing force of the Empire and save his father.


I recommend these next three movies in the

Oct 6, 2021

I loved how Star Wars: The Force Awakens introduced new and different characters into the main roles for the next 3 movies. The appearance of Rey, Fin (FN2187), and Kylo Ren was amazing. After the fall of the Empire, the rebels took control of the galaxy and helped its people. There were a few who still believed in the dark side of the force, the First Order, and took it upon themselves to attack the Resistance. There was a confusing point throughout the movie to whom the new Jedi was going to be. A stormtrooper, Fin, saw how the First Order treated people and left but there was also a girl

Hidden Empire

By Kevin J. Anderson
5
Rated by Andrew E
Nov 30, 2018

The saying goes, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”


If I’m honest, I seldom follow that old adage when selecting things to read.  What can I say? I’m a Rebel Librarian. Odd thing about it is that I rarely find myself disappointed with my selections. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve found some stinkers that I didn't finish, but I’m batting well over .500 in my success.  


Perhaps the best example of this success was with the following series. 


I was in college and working at Hastings Entertainment in the book department at the time, and there were always fantastic books all around me.  Plenty