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ISBN:0590189026
Author: John Peel
ISBN13: 978-0590189026
Title: The Fight for Justice (Star Wars Journal)
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Scholastic (July 1, 1998)
Pages: 115

The Fight for Justice (Star Wars Journal) by John Peel



Star Wars Journal: The Fight for Justice is a young readers novel from the point of view of Luke Skywalker. ISBN 0590511688; Scholastic, July 1998, pages-115 paperback. ISBN 0590189026; Scholastic, 1998, pages-115 paperback. Luke Skywalker has always felt a call from space, and eventually learned the ways of the Force and became a Jedi Knight. Now, Luke tells the inside story of his battle with the evil Empire. SKYWALKER DATA PAD ENTRY.

This book takes an alternative approach to telling the Star Wars story. It is a journal written by Luke Skywalker that describes his feelings during the events of Episode IV: A New Hope. For example: ) His feelings of boredom and striving for adventure while being isolated as a farm boy on Tatooine. His reluctance to engage in the adventure when Ben Kenobi rescues him and they see the message from Leia.

Star Wars Journal: The Fight for Justice is a 1998 young adult novel by science fiction author John Peel. The novel recounts the events of the film Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977) from the point of view of one of its main characters, Luke Skywalker. The book is published by Scholastic and part of the Star Wars Journal Series

Other titles in the series are Star Wars Journal: Captive to Evil (1998) by Jude Watson, Star Wars Journal: Hero for Hire (1998) by Donna Tauscher, Star Wars Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (1999) by Watson and Star Wars Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (1999) by Todd Strasser.

John Peel draws on such diverse materials as the radio show and the old Marvel comics to flesh out Luke's story, and takes some minor liberties with the movie itself. When all is said and done, we are presented with a Luke who must all at once deal with painful loss and grow up more quickly than anyone should have to. While this one is not as good as Princess Leia's journal, it is nevertheless worth the hour it will take to read. You really get into the book after reading atleast the first chapter. You can also find out more about the friendship with mysterious Biggs. Strap on for one of the best journals.

Used availability for John Peel's The Fight for Justice. July 1998 : USA Library Binding. July 1998 : USA Paperback.

Personal Name: Peel, John, 1954-. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Physical Description: 115 p. ;, 19 cm. Series Statement: Star Wars journal. Summary, et. Luke Skywalker always felt a call from space, and eventually learned the ways of the Force and became a Jedi Knight. Now, Luke tells the inside story of his battle with the evil Empire! Genre/Form: Science fiction.

The Fight for Justice book. The Fight for Justice (Star Wars Journal). 0590189026 (ISBN13: 9780590189026). Star Wars: Journals, Star Wars Legends.

Star Wars is an American epic space opera media franchise, centered on a film series created by George Lucas. I. eorge Lucas, the creator of Star Wars, the director of A New Hope and the prequel trilogy, and the script supervisor of both the original and prequel trilogies. His work in the original film earned him Academy Award nominations, for best director, screenplay and film. In 2014, Lucas ceased creative involvement with the franchise.

Written by. John Peel. Star Wars: Rebellion Era (31 items) list by The Antagonist. Star Wars (61 items) list by Amiry. Children's Books (32 items) list by Amiry. Published 13 years, 3 months ago. View all Star Wars Journal The Fight for Justice by Luke Skywalker lists. View all Star Wars Journal The Fight for Justice by Luke Skywalker pictures. Manufacturer: Scholastic Release date: 3 May 1998 ISBN-10 : 0590511688 ISBN-13: 9780590511681. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed.

In a story written in first person, Luke Skywalker tells the inside story of how he became a Jedi Knight and his battle with the evil Empire. Original.
Reviews: 7
Monin
My 9 yr old son loves this series. This is another fun installment.
Fegelv
If you are an original Star Wars fan of Luke Skywalker, this one is worth the price. Go ahead and buy all of the Journals.
Renthadral
I loved this book. I thought that the story was so cool. You get to see it in a whole new way. I would never have thought that this is one book I would ever read but I did. I think people will love this story and I will buy from you again.
Ynneig
I read this book one day when I was grounded and it was so sitting-on-the-edge-of-my-seat, rivetingly good that I didn't want to come out! It is written in journal form about what Luke was thinking and feeling during A New Hope, though this book spans a little before it too. This was especially interesting for me, since Luke has always been my favorite character. Part of why I loved it is that it was not simply yet another retelling of the original story, but breathed new life into it, and made it even more interesting, and considering that I have seen this movie so many times I practicly have it memerized, that is quite a feat. My one complaint of this book was that, though the character of Luke was explored deeply and in ways that few other books have, all the other characters were pretty much left out with the exception of Leia, since Luke was thinking quite a lot about her at this time. But then again, when I write in my journal I usually don't focus on other people either, and since this is supposed to be Luke's journal, that does make sense. In short, this was a wonderfull book that I would reccamend to any Star Wars fan, especially those who love Luke.
Kata
Luke Skywalker tells his own story in this short, enjoyable "young readers" tale. Imagine A New Hope told in the form of "personal logs" from Star Trek and you'll have the idea. John Peel draws on such diverse materials as the radio show and the old Marvel comics to flesh out Luke's story, and takes some minor liberties with the movie itself. When all is said and done, we are presented with a Luke who must all at once deal with painful loss and grow up more quickly than anyone should have to. While this one is not as good as Princess Leia's journal, it is nevertheless worth the hour it will take to read.
Modigas
This is a GREAT journal that has LOTS of of info you didn't know about Luke Skywalker. You'll really enjoy this book and/or learn something new. I bought a copy a while ago, and I have read this more than 10 times I think. You really get into the book after reading atleast the first chapter. You can also find out more about the friendship with mysterious Biggs. Strap on for one of the best journals.
Kipabi
Just as good as Han and Leia's journals, Luke's is exactly what I would expect to find in his journal. It was fun re-living A New Hope through Luke's eyes.
it's all about Luke and about what he thinks and see's it's really a great book.