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Star Wars: Red Harvest

2 Ratings: 3.0
Fictional novel set in the Star Wars Universe, the second within the frnachise by Joe Schreiber

Red Harvest is a prequel to Death Troopers to be written by Joe Schreiber. Originally titled Black Orchid, the book is set for release on December 28, 2010. A hardcover horror novel, it will reveal the origin of the virus from the original book. On April … see full wiki

2 reviews about Star Wars: Red Harvest
review by . December 11, 2010
The Walking Dead meets Knights of the Old Republic
   Years ago, in the long lonely days after Return of the Jedi but long before The Phantom Menace, I was a Star Wars book nut.  I recall being particularly fond of the “Tales of” collections be they the Mos Eisley Cantina, Jabba’s Palace, The Empire and so on.  Then George Lucas revisited the franchise with a new trilogy, a few animated incarnations highlighting the Clone Wars came about, and a whole slew of Star Wars based video games pushed the universe in …
review by . December 17, 2010
Schreiber's Star Wars Zombies: Round Two
I read Joe Schreiber's Star Wars:  Death Troopers just a few weeks ago. I find it quite ironic that I've now been given the opportunity to read and review an advanced copy of his new book, Star Wars:  Red Harvest.        I found many similarities between the two books, but I also noticed some good and bad differences as well. Much like Troopers, Red Harvest features a zombie plague occurring within the Star Wars universe.   …
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