So I'm reading my brand new copy of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, which I forked out $20 for. And it is BRILLIANT, I'm so glad I bought it. Ceca, I'm going to make you read this. You have NO IDEA OF ITS BRILLIANCE, I GUARANTEE YOU.Eventually, even stars burn out.
ALSDJFA;LKSJDF;LAKSDJF;KLADSJFKLAJSDFK THIS BOOK
But I'm posting this because...
Because all there on the bridge was one in the Force, from the gross structure of the ship itself to the quantum dance of the electron shells of individual atoms - and because, after all, the nerves and muscles of the bio-droid general were creations of electronics and duranium, not living tissue with will of its own- it was just barely possible that with exactly the right twist of his mind, in that once vulnerable quarter of a second while Grievous was distracted, flinching backward from a spray of flame hot enough to burn even his armored body, Obi-Wan might be able to temporarily reverse the polarity of the electrodrivers in the general's mechanic hands.
Emphasis mine. BUT SERIOUSLY, DID I JUST READ THAT??
aslj;alskjf;alsf look my brain is weird I can't cope with this sort of thing. Especially as I am a HUGE Doctor Who fan..
Hahaha. Anyway, if you've got the time and the money, just go buy 'Star Wars; Revenge of the Sith' by Matthew Stover, even if you've never seen a Star Wars film. I haven't, just bits... I've kind of patched together a knowledge of the canon through reading my cousin's novelisations, picture books, video games, encyclopedias etc. I've been to Star Wars exhibitions, read Star Wars fanfic (admittedly only Estora's) and I just bought
a Star Wars book, even though I've never watched any of the films the whole way through.
I think it might be time, actually. Better go borrow some DVD's..