Day 13: Favorite Male Book Character

I know things have seemed dead around here, but I promise that Star Wars is still on my mind and I’m still working on and planning all kinds of fun stuff for around here. In the meantime, though, Star Wars has cropped up again in my reading challenge on my other blog. Surprise ending, Corran Horn is my favorite male book character!

The greatest

The greatest

Minutiae

Somehow, I’ve always avoided using Star Wars books when it comes to answering book questions. Perhaps because I’ve always kind of taken them as “not quite books,” because Star Wars is, to me, this overarching thing that transcends its medium. But with Zaphod Beeblebrox already covered, I turn without shame to a book character I have underrated up until last year. A character who, the more I read of him, is a character I would no longer hesitate to say is the one I’d have brought out of a book and into real life if that were an option.

But first, because you know me very well and I wouldn’t want to disappoint your prediction, a little prologuery.

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One Response to “Day 13: Favorite Male Book Character”

  1. […] 1. I, Jedi, by Michael A. Stackpole. Published in 1998 and set 7 years after ROTJ, concurrent with the Jedi Academy Trilogy — perhaps why I love it so much, because how often does a writer you love get to touch up a story you love written by a lackluster author? Anyway, you knew it would end up here. Simply put, this is my favorite Star Wars book and one of four Star Wars books to end up on my List of 100 Favorite Books Ever. I talk about this book so much, there simply isn’t more to say. I’ve already said it here. And here. […]

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