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Star Wars Return of the Jedi

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    James Kahn(Author)

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PB, 1st printing. Based on the story by George Lucas and the screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan. Adapted by James Kahn. Published in June of 1983, Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 182 pages, Text (with 8 pages of full color photos from the movie). Cover price $2.95.

PB, 1st printing. Based on the story by George Lucas and the screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan. Adapted by James Kahn. Published in June of 1983, Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 182 pages, Text (with 8 pages of full color photos from the movie). Cover price $2.95.

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  • By (¬‿¬) on December 8, 2011

    After having read Star Wars: Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back, I thought Star Wars: Episode 6: Return of the Jedi would also have been written for children. That was not the case at all. It is sophisticated enough in style and substance to satisfy an adult audience.Kudos to James Kahn for writing a book from a movie that was not just a copy of the script. Kahn adds to the books things we don't see in the movie. Han, especially, has much more depth. Jerjerrod piqued my interest here and I hope to see him in the Expanded Universe. Darth Vader and the Emperor have their own motivations for wanting to recruit Luke and their own plans for what to do with him. There was a lot of emotion in the climactic battle between them, and Vader's death was very moving."Return of the Jedi" does read more like an Expanded Universe novel than Empire did. It may be a little too difficult for younger children to read, but older children and adults will enjoy it. I did.

  • By MarkH on April 22, 2016

    Loved these books when I was a kid and the movies first came out. Enjoyed reading them again, and my kids didn't need to be pushed to read these books. You get extra details and info when you read, perhaps invented by the author, but it all follows the storyline of the movie. These books are keepers!

  • By t haynes on November 29, 2017

    fills in 'gaps' between scenes and has proper music and sound effects for diehards!

  • By Lori on March 4, 2018

    loved it!

  • By Victor Orozco on February 24, 2014

    A wonderful story ends with great adventure a magnificent redemption. George Lucas' story is adapted very well but with a few inconsistencies that he didn't intend to put to writing. Yet despite these errors the main premise as well as the epic conclusion are preserved very well. Thank You George Lucas. A

  • By C. BROOKS on May 3, 2013

    This is one of those books that should never be "out of print." Would love to have obtained it in hardback form. Made the movie more understandable and enjoyable. This copy was in mint condition and should be required reading for any Star Wars movie fan.

  • By Joel & Suzanne Skaggs on May 25, 2017

    Tons of details! Best writing! Very organized and complete! The book followed along very well to the movie! Very good series of book! I recommend to get the whole series!


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