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Star Wars Journal: Captive to Evil is a novel from the point of view of Princess Leia Organa, surrounding the events of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.

Star Wars Journal: Captive to Evil is a novel from the point of view of Princess Leia Organa, surrounding the events of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. In each entry she recalls all details of her intergalactic capture and rescue-and how she really feels about Han Solo and Luke. PRINCESS LEIA DATA PAD.

Scholastic specializes in books for 9 to 12 year olds, and jude Watson is an experienced author in writing at this level

Scholastic specializes in books for 9 to 12 year olds, and jude Watson is an experienced author in writing at this level. Watson is also the author of the Prequel books aimed at the same age group called Jedi Quest which is the adventures of obi-Wan and his young Padawan Anakin

We had escaped them-barely. And no doubt our disobedience would be broadcast to other Imperial destroyers, who would be on the watch.

We had escaped them-barely. Because once we get to Tatooine, my mission is to locate General Obi-Wan Kenobi. Word is that after the Clone Wars, the Jedi Knight became a hermit. And Tatooine is full of dangers. It’s sparsely populated, mostly by moisture farmers and roving Jawa traders.

Blundell is better known as Jude Watson, an author of books set in the Star Wars universe Beside the journals of Princess Leia.

Blundell is better known as Jude Watson, an author of books set in the Star Wars universe. Her publisher, Scholastic, calls her "the most celebrated author in the prequel-era of the Star Wars phenomenon" (that is, Star Wars fiction set in the time frame of the three prequel movies) Beside the journals of Princess Leia, Queen Amidala (1999), and Darth Maul (1999), Watson is the author of three series that comprise about forty books: Jedi Apprentice (except for the first book), Jedi Quest, and The Last of the Jedi.

This book is written as a series of journal entries while Leia is captive on the first Death Star. Great For The Young Star Wars Fans! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. I read everything I can get my hands on that has anything to do with Star Wars. Yes, even kid's books. It's very insightful to see the things she went through up to that point and how she felt about the whole situation. Obviously, this was written before Rogue One was even a concept, so the continuity might be off now that Rogue One exists. I liked this book a lot, because the untold stories are even better thn the movies.

Star Wars: Journals). by. Jude Watson (Goodreads Author). Princess Leia's journal entries recall the details of her intergalactic capture and rescue, and how she really feels about Han Solo and Luke Skywalker.

Star Wars Journal: Captive to Evil. Star Wars Journal: Captive to Evil is a 1998 young adult novel by science fiction author Jude Watson. 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, Princess Leia. The book is published by Scholastic and part of the Star Wars Journal Series.

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Other titles in the series are Star Wars Journal: Hero for Hire (1998) by Donna Tauscher, Star Wars Journal: The Fight for Justice (1998) by John Peel, Star Wars Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala (1999) by Watson and Star Wars Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker (1999) by Todd Strasser.

Princess Leia's journal entries recall the details of her intergalactic capture and rescue, and how she really feels about Han Solo and Luke Skywalker. Original.

Captive to Evil (Star Wars Journal) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0590959520

ISBN: 0590959522

Author: Jude Watson

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Language: English

Publisher: Scholastic (July 1, 1998)

Pages: 91 pages

ePUB size: 1263 kb

FB2 size: 1463 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 730

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Cordabor
Nice getting inside Leia's head a little but I couldn't help thinking she was leaving out a whole lot. As an adult, it is light reading and you will finish this really fast, but probably good for younger to tween readers.
Cordabor
Nice getting inside Leia's head a little but I couldn't help thinking she was leaving out a whole lot. As an adult, it is light reading and you will finish this really fast, but probably good for younger to tween readers.
Kea
Great
Kea
Great
one life
While I didn't think this journal was as good as Luke's, it was definitely one of the better ones. This gives an excellent depiction of A New Hope through Leia's eyes, giving an intirely new perspective to the story. An especially good point is that not only does it let us at last know what Leia was thinking at this time, but it also gives us a bigger view of the intire story (ever wonder how Leia got the Death Star plans in the first place?) and letting us get to know the true character inside. It was interesting to at last know what she was thinking, and the constant bickering she had with Han was hilarious. I usually don't pay much attention to their relationship, since Luke is my favorite and I was always more interested in his relationships, yet this book shed new light on both of their characters and actually got me interested in them. Also her early conection with Luke was compelling, much as it both intrigued and disturbed her. Speaking of Luke, it's very interesing to see how he is portrayed in the different journals. For instance, in his own journal he was portrayed as being an awesome hero, the star of everything. In Han's he was seen as a well meaning dweeb, and here he is just plain cute. Coincidence? Anyway, I highly recommend this book to Star Wars fans of all ages, though 9-12 would probably enjoy it best.
one life
While I didn't think this journal was as good as Luke's, it was definitely one of the better ones. This gives an excellent depiction of A New Hope through Leia's eyes, giving an intirely new perspective to the story. An especially good point is that not only does it let us at last know what Leia was thinking at this time, but it also gives us a bigger view of the intire story (ever wonder how Leia got the Death Star plans in the first place?) and letting us get to know the true character inside. It was interesting to at last know what she was thinking, and the constant bickering she had with Han was hilarious. I usually don't pay much attention to their relationship, since Luke is my favorite and I was always more interested in his relationships, yet this book shed new light on both of their characters and actually got me interested in them. Also her early conection with Luke was compelling, much as it both intrigued and disturbed her. Speaking of Luke, it's very interesing to see how he is portrayed in the different journals. For instance, in his own journal he was portrayed as being an awesome hero, the star of everything. In Han's he was seen as a well meaning dweeb, and here he is just plain cute. Coincidence? Anyway, I highly recommend this book to Star Wars fans of all ages, though 9-12 would probably enjoy it best.
Nirad
Remember the very first movie shown in theaters of the Star Wars Saga? Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, and the droids team up for the first time against Darth Vader and the dreaded Death Star.
Now relive it all from the viewpoint of Princess Leia Organa. She wrote it all in her journal in hopes that should she die, the journal and all its secrets would find its way to the Rebellion!
***** The book reads much like a diary with a recorder built in. It begins before the movie did and ends shortly past where the movie ended. Leia tells how she came into possession of the Death Star plans and what she endured as Vader's prisoner. We can see how the Force influenced her strongly in her decisions. Though she had no idea what or where these strange and strong feelings were from, Leia trusted it. We see a glimpse of the proof showing that the Force runs strong in the Skywalker family, and we understand more about Leia, Luke, and Han. All-in-all, this book is a masterpiece! *****
Nirad
Remember the very first movie shown in theaters of the Star Wars Saga? Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, and the droids team up for the first time against Darth Vader and the dreaded Death Star.
Now relive it all from the viewpoint of Princess Leia Organa. She wrote it all in her journal in hopes that should she die, the journal and all its secrets would find its way to the Rebellion!
***** The book reads much like a diary with a recorder built in. It begins before the movie did and ends shortly past where the movie ended. Leia tells how she came into possession of the Death Star plans and what she endured as Vader's prisoner. We can see how the Force influenced her strongly in her decisions. Though she had no idea what or where these strange and strong feelings were from, Leia trusted it. We see a glimpse of the proof showing that the Force runs strong in the Skywalker family, and we understand more about Leia, Luke, and Han. All-in-all, this book is a masterpiece! *****
Quttaro
This is a review of the Scholastic book Star wars Journal - Captive of Evil -by Princess Leia Organa - written by Jude Watson and published July, 1998. Scholastic specializes in books for 9 to 12 year olds, and jude Watson is an experienced author in writing at this level. Watson is also the author of the Prequel books aimed at the same age group called Jedi Quest which is the adventures of obi-Wan and his young Padawan Anakin.
In the novelization of Star Wars the adventures of Luke Skywalker (sometimes called New Hope) they expanded a little on the torture that Leia received while she was captive on the Death Star. This short book is the Journal that Leia kept while being held in the tender graces of Tarkin and Vader. It is the journal she kept throughout NH giving us her take on the greatest movie ever made.
Scholastic has also produced journal for Luke and Han if you like this one.
Quttaro
This is a review of the Scholastic book Star wars Journal - Captive of Evil -by Princess Leia Organa - written by Jude Watson and published July, 1998. Scholastic specializes in books for 9 to 12 year olds, and jude Watson is an experienced author in writing at this level. Watson is also the author of the Prequel books aimed at the same age group called Jedi Quest which is the adventures of obi-Wan and his young Padawan Anakin.
In the novelization of Star Wars the adventures of Luke Skywalker (sometimes called New Hope) they expanded a little on the torture that Leia received while she was captive on the Death Star. This short book is the Journal that Leia kept while being held in the tender graces of Tarkin and Vader. It is the journal she kept throughout NH giving us her take on the greatest movie ever made.
Scholastic has also produced journal for Luke and Han if you like this one.
Stanober
This short book was written for the 9-12 age group, but is of interest to any Leia fan. It is well constructed, flows nicely, and contains new insights into her character. The author is obviously intrigued by the Han-Leia relationship and provides some interesting and fun details on their initial feelings towards each other, as well as on Leia's early relationship with Luke. This is not a "relationship" story, however, and those aspects are nicely balanced with action scenes. A good read, certainly appropriate for the intended age group, and, particularly at the low price, worthwhile for any Star Wars fan.
Stanober
This short book was written for the 9-12 age group, but is of interest to any Leia fan. It is well constructed, flows nicely, and contains new insights into her character. The author is obviously intrigued by the Han-Leia relationship and provides some interesting and fun details on their initial feelings towards each other, as well as on Leia's early relationship with Luke. This is not a "relationship" story, however, and those aspects are nicely balanced with action scenes. A good read, certainly appropriate for the intended age group, and, particularly at the low price, worthwhile for any Star Wars fan.
Uriel
I bought this book wondering just how good could a book on Leia's point of view in A New Hope be? I mean after all we saw the movie. But I was really surprised. This was an excellent book. We learned new things like how Leia got the plans for the Death Star in the first place and what happened while Leia was on board the Death Star waiting for Luke to come rescue her (well not waiting...you know what I mean). Her thoughts on her first meetings with Luke and Han. Her and Han's bickering was hilarous. A must read for every Star Wars fan.
Uriel
I bought this book wondering just how good could a book on Leia's point of view in A New Hope be? I mean after all we saw the movie. But I was really surprised. This was an excellent book. We learned new things like how Leia got the plans for the Death Star in the first place and what happened while Leia was on board the Death Star waiting for Luke to come rescue her (well not waiting...you know what I mean). Her thoughts on her first meetings with Luke and Han. Her and Han's bickering was hilarous. A must read for every Star Wars fan.
Interesting point of view version of the story we all know about Princess Leia from the Original Trilogy. As a person who must read it all or as much as I can find available this was a nice short side-break from the normal novels. It is definitely worth the price as it usually goes for less than 4 bucks.
Interesting point of view version of the story we all know about Princess Leia from the Original Trilogy. As a person who must read it all or as much as I can find available this was a nice short side-break from the normal novels. It is definitely worth the price as it usually goes for less than 4 bucks.