I’m only a few chapters into Thrawn (Star Wars) and REALLY enjoying this book so far. It just came out today so I’m not very far in, but even from the first chapter, I was encouraged to walk a little extra during my lunch hour…
A couple characters have been mentioned / brought in from other parts of the universe, and I am eager to see how they fit into the puzzle. Even a planet prominently featured in Star Wars Rebels has shown up, and also some wonderful synergy with how the Aftermath Trilogy ended.
I enjoyed the humor in this book. It was filled with a constant barrage of unfortunate situations capitalizing on all the comedic opportunities. The story itself didn’t grab me as strongly as the Magic 2.0 books did, but I slogged through it. There wasn’t anything that I would say was wrong with the book, but I think I found the unfortunate situations to be somewhat frustrating and I empathetically shared in the disappointment the characters experienced rather than laughing at their misfortunes.
The audio performance was fantastic though. Some of the more egregiously offensive characters were made lovable through stellar vocal work.
I worked through the book pretty quickly, which is usually a sign of how much I am enjoying it. Though, it’s possible that I was just trying to get through it so that I could fit another novel in before Thrawn comes out later this month.
Well, now that Disney Infinity is no longer a thing, I decided to take the plunge into the Lego equivalent. I’m hopeful that Disney IP may end up coming to Dimensions as it is no longer a direct competitor to Disney Infinity.
And at $45, that was a pretty easy decision.
And considering how much I’ve enjoyed both of the two Lego movies that were put out for wide release over the last couple years, I think these games will be both fun and well written.
I’ve just finished listening to the Audible books for the three Magic 2.0 books by Scott Meyer. After mentioning I was a huge fan of Ready Player One, this series was recommended to me. I really enjoyed the story and the humor in these books! And Luke Daniels has quickly become one of my favorite narrators. While I liked the first two books the best, the third book had the scenes with the greatest humor.
When I am asked if I believe in Santa Claus, my answer is always “yes, yes I do believe in Santa.” I think this video perfectly explains what I mean. Thanks to an awesome idea by someone at WestJet, so many lives were touched.
Well, there’s not much Snow to be had here in LA, but that doesn’t stop you from enjoying a good song Mash Up. I’m a big fan of a few of the Star Trek: The Next Generation Picard songs that I’ve heard, and this is definitely one of them.