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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon October 29, 2013
From its Tatooine orbit, the Alliance Forces acquired Boba Fett's starship. Within Slave I's cockpit, a treasure of secret materials were discovered. Finally shedding light on the shadowy underworld of bounty hunting, the contents can now be yours! "The Bounty Hunter Code" is the newest in a line of hybrid goodies that combine expanded universe books and high-end toys. Here we have the guide to the Bounty Hunters' Guild. The beautiful hard cover book comes in a 'blast proof strongbox.' As with the vault editions of "The Book of Sith" and "The Jedi Path," it lights up and makes cool sounds when activated. First, two buttons must be simultaneously pressed to trigger the opening of the front panel. This movement reveals the data slot. Second, when the accompanying data card is inserted, the lid finally opens. The event's fanfare is a tapestry of sound bites that include a thermal detonator, a Geonosian sonic blaster and a seismic charge. It is disappointing that operation of the strongbox is temperamental. Button performance can be flakey and there are times when the entire fanfare won't play. As with the outside of the strongbox, the book is handsomely embroidered with a Mandalorian skull. It comes with surprises like Boba Fett's driver's license and a wanted poster for Han Solo. Don't worry, if you can't read Galactic Basic, the poster has an English translation. The book itself was initially owned by Bossk and Greedo. Most recently, it was Boba Fett's. All three owners marked up the book with hand written notes. It is especially entertaining to read Boba's responses with regards to the original text and the previous owners. Topics include a history of the profession, the creed, tools of the trade and suggested techniques for capturing and disintegrating targets. The monograph is beautifully written and illustrated. As a bonus, it is accompanied by "Making A Killing," a paperback memoir by Gradossk, head of the guild. Last but certainly not least, the package comes with one of the most notorious symbols of the trade, a Kaminoan Saber Dart. Ever wonder what it takes to be a bounty hunter? Now you can read all about the galaxy's most dangerous profession thanks to the deluxe edition of "The Bounty Hunter Code."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 7, 2013
I have been waiting for this to come out for months.Its a great addition to my boba fett collection.
It looks great works great seems to be a quality item I recommend getting this.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
These books are amazing and enrich the Star Wars expanded universe. Let us hope J.J. Abrams and Disney read them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 25, 2013
What a really good read. I am such a fan of Boba Fett and of Star Wars this book is great and fun to read. The box it comes in is a great collection to my man cave. I would recommend this book to anyone. If your a true fan of the Movies this will just give you that much more incite in to the Lore of Bounty Hunters.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 23, 2015
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 27, 2013
A well put together package. The book was an enjoyable read and the added inserts were cool. The case is well made and looks very nice on my shelf next to the Sith and Jedi collectors editions.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 6, 2013
Now i have all three!!! The Jedi..the Sith and the Bounty Hunters...all if them fantastic...maybe there will be more of them to come...love the way they all open up!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on May 3, 2015
I've read the Jedi Path and the Book of the Sith so I wanted to finish out the series with this book. However I wasn't very impressed by this installment of this series. It's really just a bunch of lists of things. There's a list of bounty hunter guilds, there's lists of ships, lists of swoop bikes, lists of weapons, lists of gear, etc. There's also a little bit of history of the main Bounty Hunter's Guild and then a section about Death Watch.

Overall I wasn't very impressed with this volume. Maybe you might like it and other fans of Star Wars may love it, but this wasn't for me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 27, 2014
"Star Wars The Bounty Hunter Code" is essential reading for anyone who is a fan of Boba Fett and/or the "normal" folks of the Star Wars universe (those who are NOT Force-sensitive). It is filled with Daniel Wallace's in-depth yet humorous writing. In this book, part of which is an apologia for Bounty Hunters, this faction is portrayed as far nobler than in the movies!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 27, 2015
This was a gift for a friend. He opened it up in front of me and we were so amazed by it I actually want one for myself and I am not even a huge Boba Fett fan. I was affraid it would look and feel cheap but this was durable and painted very well. I would recommend this to any Boba Fett fanatics.
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