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Book Title: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Incredible Cross Sections|
Date of issue: December 18th 2015
ISBN 13: 9780241201169
The author of the book: Jason Fry
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 5.16 MB
Edition: DK Children
Read full description of the books Star Wars: The Force Awakens Incredible Cross Sections:This is part of the series of Incredible cross sections from the Star Wars franchise. Now I will admit that this is far from a challenging read - however it has some pretty amazing artwork in it. I dread to think how long it took the artists to create these images or in fact how big they must have been to encompass so much detail - it is all very impressive.
However there are a few niggles here - the book focuses a lot on similar material covered in other books from the series - yes they are updated and they are relevant to the new film (although is it a fault of the book to cover old ground or that the film itself was nostalgia heavy - I will leave that argument for another day). But the repeat of the Falcon, TIE fighter and X-wing did feel like it was going over old ground - or maybe that was for the benefit of the new fans. Either way the quality of the artwork was without question and to be honest any complaint I had was soon over looked.
So I guess now I will have to keep and eye out for the rest of the Star Wars instalments appearing in Cross section format too - not that I am complaining I am sure there will be some amazing additions to study.
Read information about the authorI am the author of The Jupiter Pirates series published by HarperCollins -- visit the official site at http://jupiterpirates.com.
In addition to Jupiter Pirates, I've written or co-written more than 30 novels and short stories set in the Star Wars galaxy, including The Essential Atlas, The Essential Guide to Warfare, The Weapon of a Jedi, and the Servants of the Empire quartet.
I spent more than 12 years at The Wall Street Journal Online, where I wrote or co-wrote the Real Time and Daily Fix columns. My non-fiction work has appeared on ESPN.com, Yahoo! Sports, Poynter.org, Deadspin and Baseball Prospectus. I blog about the New York Mets at Faith and Fear in Flushing and live in Brooklyn with my wife and son.
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