Post by Starkindler (The Naked Jedi) on Oct 5, 2006 19:35:15 GMT -5
HMMmm. I apologize for sounding off in the book club thread but I am surprized the scene with Obi1 traversing the "subway" system to "save" the hostages did not get some comment. Even though it was a set-up to get the X'Ting to open up Obi1 had to do some serious Force-robatics there. I was quite impressed.
Humans have an unbelievable propensity for stupidity and a neverending capacity for brilliance. This is the key to their adapability and survival.
Nothing can be accomplished until you accept the possibility of failure and the consequences of inaction.
Post by Leda EmBorr on Oct 6, 2006 14:47:22 GMT -5
As I was reading, I was getting the idea that the book has a central theme... and the theme is that life on all levels is many times misunderstood and undervalued. The Clones, the spiders, the Dashta eels, the descentants of the prisoners, the native X'Ting... and even the Jedi.
Post by Ky-Wan Zann on Jul 17, 2010 19:45:09 GMT -5
I must be out of touch with a lot of you. I found Cestus boring. I haven't even finished it but it's kicking me to get through it and I really am not fond of how he writes Obi-Wan. Keeping in mind this was a while before the Clone Wars series had debuted but I mean I really wanna get into it but it's hard. I will say it's nice to see Clones thinking about Jango and if he was in fact a good guy or bad.
'Fate rarely calls upon us at a moment of our choosing.'
'Just because I don't like to fight, doesn't mean I can't'