I can’t believe it. It’s been 40 days since I sold my first short novel PIL and since then, numerous people have read my book. Not only that, but I got my first review of my story and I’m just so happy.
(If you’d like to read the review you can find it here.)
I want to thank you all for your support since I joined this site. You have inspired me to continue to do what I love, watch movies, and write.
Of course, PIL is not the end, it’s only the beginning. Be sure to keep an eye out for the next story in my series, The Women of Adalor.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day.
When Ewan McGregor said he was reprising his role of Obi-Wan Kenobi we, the fans, went nuts with excitement. He was back! After years of speculation, he was finally back. And then we got a second surprise. Hayden Christensen would be back too as the legendary Darth Vader for another epic showdown. The shock was palpable, the excitement was electric, and all in all, I absolutely couldn’t wait to see this show.
Now that it’s here, it’s far better than I could’ve imagined. Parts I and II were already special and utterly transfixing but Part III was undoubtedly some of the best Star Wars I’ve ever had the fortune of witnessing. From the first second to the last the episode reveals that is not going to be a boring episode. In fact, it established instantly that the episode would, on many occasions, be designed to emotionally wreck Star Wars fans. And that’s what it did.
Obi-Wan’s time with Leia has been spectacular and emotionally rewarding. The line where she asks him if he’s her real father gets me choked up every time. But it’s the episode’s last ten-fifteen minutes that will stand out as some of the tensest, most incredible minutes in Star Wars history. And that, of course, involved the return of the legend, Darth Vader.
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