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“A careful and effective mix of Gothic horror, survival thriller, and Star Wars.”—Big Shiny Robot
Joe Schreiber is the author of Star Wars: Death Troopers, Chasing the Dead, Eat the Dark, and No Doors, No Windows. He was born in Michigan but spent his formative years in Alaska, Wyoming, and Northern California. He lives in central Pennsylvania with his wife, two young children, and several original Star Wars action figures.
Medichlorians. I'm not good at reviews but I honestly wouldn't recommend this book to anyone. It felt like it wasn't written by someone with any familiarity with the Star Wars... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kefka Palazzo
Really just a terrible book. Blatant rip off of the Liam Neeson speech from taken almost made me stop reading. The author just didn't seem to care about the book at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Dross
The origins of the death trooper is revealed even further to the point that you hope that its revealed even further in a future novel.Published 1 month ago by Mystery
I like starwars I like zombies this is a win win. The writing wasn't the greatest the story moves along but not much really happens. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Moroe
Story was interesting, but the reading felt clunky. Not sure how I feel on zombies in the Star Wars universePublished 1 month ago by Christina Z.
This book has a fantastic combination of starwars and zombies. A great read for any fan of horror and starwars.Published 2 months ago by Mike Fitch
Red Harvest is a feeble attempt to ride the popular zombie wave. Don't get me wrong, I like zombie stories as a general rule, but this just doesn't fit. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa Yorgason
The book wasn't completely bad, but I just didn't buy the zombie angle, even from the Sith. It felt like the author wanted to right a zombie story and forced it into a Star Wars... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Theresa M Banks
The book arrived quickly and in good condition, but is not my favorite Star Wars book. I've read many, and while the imagery used by the author was vivid and clear, I didn't care... Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. Ryan