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Honor Among Thieves

Honor Among Thieves Nebula and Hugo Award nominees Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck writing as James S A Corey make their Star Wars debut in this brand new epic adventure featuring Han Solo Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia

  • Title: Honor Among Thieves
  • Author: James S.A. Corey
  • ISBN: 9780345546852
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nebula and Hugo Award nominees Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck writing as James S A Corey make their Star Wars debut in this brand new epic adventure featuring Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia Organa The action begins after the destruction of the Death Star in Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope.When the Empire threatens the galaxy s new hope, will Han, Luke, and LNebula and Hugo Award nominees Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck writing as James S A Corey make their Star Wars debut in this brand new epic adventure featuring Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia Organa The action begins after the destruction of the Death Star in Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope.When the Empire threatens the galaxy s new hope, will Han, Luke, and Leia become its last chance When the mission is to extract a high level rebel spy from the very heart of the Empire, Leia Organa knows the best man for the job is Han Solo something the princess and the smuggler can finally agree on After all, for a guy who broke into an Imperial cell block and helped destroy the Death Star, the assignment sounds simple enough.But when Han locates the brash rebel agent, Scarlet Hark, she s determined to stay behind enemy lines A pirate plans to sell a cache of stolen secrets that the Empire would destroy entire worlds to protect including the planet where Leia is currently meeting with rebel sympathizers Scarlet wants to track down the thief and steal the bounty herself, and Han has no choice but to go along if he s to keep everyone involved from getting themselves killed From teeming city streets to a lethal jungle to a trap filled alien temple, Han, Chewbacca, Leia, and their daring new comrade confront one ambush, double cross, and firestorm after another as they try to keep crucial intel out of Imperial hands.But even with the crack support of Luke Skywalker s X Wing squadron, the Alliance heroes may be hopelessly outgunned in their final battle for the highest of stakes the power to liberate the galaxy from tyranny or ensure the Empire s reign of darkness forever.

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    1. Alejandro on said:

      Do you enjoy good Han Solo's stories? Well, this isn't one of them.This is the second novel in a book event of "Star Wars" titled "Empire and Rebellion". Three books, each centered in one of the "Big Three": Luke, Leia and Han.This book is centered on Han Solo. (or at least it was supposed to be the original intention, but I feel that it wasn't acomplished.)IF YOU HAVE ALREADY HAN SOLO The Expanded Universe of Star Wars has offered a lot of great original characters on each side of the conflict, [...]

    2. Dan Schwent on said:

      In the aftermath of The Battle of Yavin, Han Solo takes on a new mission for the Rebel Alliance: pick up a spy named Scarlet Hark on a planet in Imperial space. Since things are rarely simple, he finds a couple bounty hunters that want to take him back to Jabba the Hutt, Scarlet Hark, and the existence of an ancient device the Empire could use to control all of hyperspace travel. Can the legendary smuggler and his Wookie save the day?There have been a couple periods in my life where I was convin [...]

    3. Rob on said:

      Executive Summary: This is a short but fun book that has finally given me the itch to read Star Wars Books.Audio book: The audiobook is awesome. The End. I'm told the sound effects and the music are normal for Star Wars books. It seems well done here and not overused/distracting. Marc Thompson is an awesome narrator. He does voices for all the characters, including Chewbacca. What's better than reading about a singing Wookie? Hearing it! His Han Solo does remind me a bit of Peter Griffin for som [...]

    4. Mogsy (MMOGC) on said:

      4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/201I've been a reader for as long as I remember, but science fiction is still a relatively new genre for me. In fact, I don't think I started until I well into my high school years, and back then, I remember cutting my teeth on novelizations of the Star Wars prequel movies. There you go, my not-so-secret confession!Obviously, I've branched out a lot more since those days, but I still retained my love for Star Wars books. To date, I've read a bunch [...]

    5. Chris on said:

      3.5 stars. I received a free eARC copy of this book from NetGalley.When I saw that James S.A. Corey was doing a Star Wars novel, I was excited. I'd read Leviathan Wakes and liked it a bunch. So how would that translate to the Star Wars universe?Very well, as it turned out. Abraham and Franck (the duo behind the Corey pseudonym) do well with crafting characters in a complex, yet easy to grasp setting. This is told from Han Solo's viewpoint, and they were able to give us a nice look inside his hea [...]

    6. Alex Ristea on said:

      I had a feeling I would love this. If you too expect a Star Wars and James S.A. Corey lovechild, well then you won't be disappointed.Also, if Han is your favourite, you won't be disappointed.Honor Among Thieves (it kills me to spell it without a "u") is a fast-paced, witty, and incredibly fun novel. There's not much more to say, because you really shouldn't be looking or hoping for more than that. Take your Dostoevsky elsewhere—right now I'm in the mood for some droids and blasters.Now, a note [...]

    7. Ashley on said:

      I honestly shouldn’t be surprised that I liked this book as much as I did. James S.A. Corey’s Expanse series has crawled its way into my favorites slowly but surely, book by book. Corey has learned how to write exciting science fiction with engaging characters. Their* dialogue is differentiated and entertaining (and character illuminating), and their prose has the perfect balance of authorial voice and mimicry for the tone of the Star Wars universe and its characters. Their Han Solo is spot- [...]

    8. James on said:

      I'd never really been a Star Wars fan. Obviously, as a child, I went to see the three original movies with my dad. I mean, everybody went to first three movies. But unlike other people, they didn't really stay with me into my adult life. I didn't bother to see the second three movies. I'd never read any of the novels nor did I have any real desire to. Instead, I'd always rather enjoyed the quote from Harrison Ford: "George, you can type this shit, but you can't say it!" So when I saw this book o [...]

    9. Nathan on said:

      Fantasy Review BarnOh boy, Star Wars goodness. Can I start by saying what a pleasure it is to actually look Honor Among Thieves forward to new Star Wars books again? Martha Wells really got me excited again, and of course having James S. A. Corey (writing duo Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck) attached to the follow up upped the excitement even more. No more seeing a new release and reading it only so I can keep up with the damn story, now I see a new release and say ‘oh boy oh boy.’ Just like it [...]

    10. Eric on said:

      Having never read a Star Wars novel, I wasn't sure exactly what I was getting into. Were the lot of them just poorly thought out pulp slogs churned out to cash in on the franchise's fame? I doubted it after seeing James S.A. Corey's name on it cover of this one, as Corey is the writing team behind the Leviathan Wakes series. While I didn't like the first book in that series enough to keep going with it, having read it made it clear that a) they could write well and b) they loved science fiction. [...]

    11. Laura Johnson on said:

      I have read my fair share of Star Wars books because I LOVE SW, but there are many SW authors and books that I have not read. If you are new to SW fiction, or have read only a few novels of the Expanded Universe, my advice would be to skip this book and check out some of the others first. There is such a wide spectrum of writers, styles, types of plots, and characters that there is probably something for everyone. This one just wasn't for me.My husband gave me this ebook as a birthday gift so I [...]

    12. Stephen Richter on said:

      Thrown to the curb by the Great Star Wars Purge of the Extended Universe 2014, still a great read brought to you by the guys who gave us the Expanse Series. Loads of fun and the narration of the audio was fantastic. You get Han and Chewy off to do the Rebel Alliance bidding depite Hans desire to do anything but. Set between New Hope and Empire Strikes Back, a good quest plot with lots of danger.

    13. Tom on said:

      audio book read by Marc ThompsonHonor Among Thieves is a great Star Wars book. This is the second book of the Empire and Rebellion trilogy but fear not, there is no overarching plot to worry about and the only thing relating the two books so far is just that they take place between Episodes 4 and 5. The plot is pretty decent but whatever it may lack is completely made up for in the characterization and interaction of the characters I didn't realize I was missing in other Star Wars novels. The ch [...]

    14. Nico on said:

      ARC provided by NetGalley:This was actually the first Star Wars novel I ever read, only watched the movies. The only reason I tried it, is the fact that James S.A. Corey wrote it and I love their work, especially that of Daniel Abraham.Though writing in a big genre like Star Wars and the ensuing tight framework certainly limits the creative freedoms they normalcy have, so I scaled down my expectations.And the story turned out just like I expected. Nothing too bad, but nothing to get too excited [...]

    15. Donna on said:

      The only way to do these Star Wars books is on audio because of the sound effects. Usually I find sound effects annoying, but not in Star Wars books. Although, I have to say, Chewbacca impersonations in this one was more than a little lacking. It was so bad. I've only read a handful of Star Wars books and they all had Chewy down pat, so why not with this one? Other than the poor Chewbacca imitation, I liked this. I like Han. He made me laugh. I also enjoyed the story. It had a nice pace. There w [...]

    16. Arnold Corso on said:

      "Honor Among Thieves" is the second in DelRey's "Empire & Rebellion" Star Wars novels set in the Original Trilogy era, this time focusing on Han Solo. This is also the first Star Wars novel from S.A. Corey. Here are my thoughts:THE PLOTThe story is apparently set sometime after Choices of One but before Razor's Edge. The Rebels are still looking for a planet to house their new base. Meanwhile, Princess Leia asks Han and Chewbacca to take the Millennium Falcon to the planet Cioran in order to [...]

    17. Althea Ann on said:

      An entry into the Star Wars universe that exceeds its ‘commercial product’ requirements – this is, on its own merits, a solid novel that provides both non-stop action and food for thought.It also does a great job of providing an episode that fits perfectly and believably into the Star Wars timeline – and even a nod to the fact that the events described here aren’t mentioned during subsequent episodes. (So many wild events; so many crazy stories.) This wild story: Han Solo is sent on a [...]

    18. DiscoSpacePanther on said:

      Written by James S. A. Corey (the pen name for the guys that are writing The Expanse series of novels), Star Wars: Honor Among Thieves is a Legends novel that as far as I can tell has zero (or at least entirely minimal) contradiction to the current Disney canon. That, plus the fact that it is a great, quick read, should be recommendation enough to all fans of Star Wars novels, new and old alike.This is a short novel (less than 250 pages), but for me it really hit the spot. Written entirely from [...]

    19. Thomas on said:

      This is my first Corey novel. It isn't the first one I've wanted to read (The Expanse is on my list), but it's the first one I've read, though it certainly won't be my last. This is the kind of Star Wars novel I'm most interested in -- the one where an established science fiction author tackles the Expanded Universe.This is a pretty impressive read, not just because the authors capture the characters of Han, Leia, and Luke so well, nor because they give the story an appropriate sense of humor. [...]

    20. Steve Davala on said:

      A great standalone story with the original heroes plus one. This takes place after A New Hope and follows Han and Chewie on a series of adventures with a rebel spy, Scarlet Hark. I really dug the times when Leia and Luke showed up, it really felt like the characters would act in the movies.The plot is ok, some ancient artifact they're after. But it's the ways that the characters act that sells this story for me. Luke is Luke. Han is Han. Yes the original Star Wars trilogy is about ships and evil [...]

    21. Jackie on said:

      I can't explain how much I was highly anticipating this book. I'm a die hard Han fan and when I heard there was going to be a Solo-specific book, I was thrilled. Even more so, despite my love of Timothy Zahn, the other recent Solo themed SW book Star Wars: Scoundrels failed me (Ocean's 11 capper that didn't even really focus in Han at all). After reading the first Leia-focused Empire and Rebellion Razor's Edge, I was even more excited. That book was very well written by Martha Wells so I had hig [...]

    22. Online Eccentric Librarian on said:

      More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Honor Among Thieves is one of those great Star Wars books that stays true to the time in which it is written - without overwriting characters or the SW Universe. This really is a long awaited story giving Han Solo's perspective in the early years of dealing with the Alliance.Plot: The Death Star is destroyed but the Alliance is still precarious. Leia sends Han Solo out on a mission to rescue a spy deep in Imperial territory. But that [...]

    23. Andi on said:

      MAYBE I'm missing something, then again, maybe I'm not.I read the first in the series and while I didn't enjoy the characterizations of the main three characters, I said that it was good enough to give the second book (Honor Among Thieves) a chance. After finishing this I'm wondering if I should rank my review of the first book higher because this was one of the worst Star Wars EU books I've read.(view spoiler)[I think the BIGGEST problem had to be Han Solo's characterization. He was a complete [...]

    24. Beezlebug (Rob) on said:

      Full disclosure I received an electronic copy of this book to review from NetGalley. To be honest I’m not an avid Star Wars fan. Like most men my age it was a huge part of my childhood and I owned all the action figures, posters, sheets, etc. However, with the exception of a brief period when Timothy Zahn’s novels peaked my interest and the prequel movies I’ve barely given it a second thought over the years. So the obvious question is why would I read a Star Wars novel and the simple answe [...]

    25. Gerhard on said:

      Always better the devil you know: when I heard that the duo writing under the pen name of James S.A. Corey, authors of the enjoyable (but quite variable in quality) Expanse space opera novels had turned their sights to another franchise, I decided to read my first Star Wars novel ever.And boy was I glad I did. It seems that all the qualities that critics have noted about the Expanse – the sense of retro futurism, the harking back to the genre’s Golden Age, the solid characters – have found [...]

    26. Joe on said:

      I was simultaneously excited and nervous about picking this one up.Excited: - Corey is my favorite Sci-Fi author writing today. - I love Star Wars!- It's a Han book!Nervous:- I didn't really like the other two books in this series.- It's no longer "canon."- Star Wars books can be very hit an miss, especially ones where the author's hands are tied by being between movies. We know who can and can't die, for example.Unfortunately, a lot of the book was pretty lame. I did enjoy the new character, Sc [...]

    27. Brad Wheeler on said:

      A lot of the stuff I have to say about this book I already said when I reviewed Star Wars: Scoundrels, the previous new Star Wars release I was really looking forward to. It was disappointing, especially for an author I really like. The action just wasn't there, I didn't care about a lot of the characters, and in the end it just seemed kind of like it was phoned in. Unlike Scoundrels, I'm having a harder time deciding why this book didn't grab me. There was plenty of action, but none of it had m [...]

    28. Shawn Speakman on said:

      I've my share of Star Wars books. I don't do it often though. It takes something special to make me pick one up. I knew that James S.A. Corey would deliver in their first foray into the universe. Corey is a combination of writers Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, and they have created some wonderful science fiction in the last few years. So when they were brought on board, I was immediately interested.And I have to say, it was absolutely great fun. It's not an epic tale, a story that takes place rig [...]

    29. M.L.D. on said:

      Very disappointed with this entry in the new Rebellion series. The author has a poor grasp of Han's character, making him a clumsy buffoon who only ever succeeds at something through dumb luck. Han is not the hero of this story; new character Scarlet Hark is. Hark is an obvious attempt to create a new Mara Jade for the new Disney-approved EU--no thanks. I'll take the real Mara Jade, please and thank you. I also loathed the appearance of a Noghri about halfway through the book. The Noghri was fem [...]

    30. Susan on said:

      This was the first Star Wars EU book I've read and I was pleasantly surprised. I wasn't looking for more than a quick, enjoyable read, and certainly the action and witty-yet-also-dorky dialogue I'd expect of Han Solo was there, but what I didn't expect was the depth of characterization, including not one but two strong, independent women! Who'd 've guessed? Leia became much more than a bossy, haughty princess, and the blossoming affection between her and Han seems plausible. And Scarlet was just [...]

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