Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Force Collector

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Everything is a story eventually, so long as someone lives to tell it and someone lives to hear it.

Karr’s grandmother told him repeatedly until the day she died that he has the Force and that the headaches and things he sees when he touches certain objects doesn’t mean something is wrong with him. Maize is the new girl at school, and she’s a troublemaker. When Karr’s parents decide to send him to school on the other side of the planet, Karr and Maize run away together. Maize is looking for adventure while Karr is searching for the truth about the Jedi and his powers.

Karr and Maize are easy to relate to; they are just a couple of teens trying to figure out who they are and what their place in the universe is. The story is well-paced and is readable in one sitting or over a few days. Much of the setting is familiar, with some other unfamiliar places thrown in. Any fan of Star Wars will enjoy Force Collector and how it adds to the lore of the Star Wars universe.

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Author Kevin Shinick
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 384 pages
Publisher Disney Lucasfilm Press
Publish Date 2019-11-19
ISBN 9781368045582
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Issue January 2020
Category Young Adult


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