Originally Posted by Inyri
Just make sure to read the X-wing Series by Michael Stackpole before you jump into I, Jedi or it won't make any sense.
I made that mistake I read I.Jedi first I was able to follow it pretty well be cause i treated as a one off book .
As a matter a fact I was in the middle of the X-Wing series when I replied to this post I have since finished it.
The funniest part is that a few days ago I decided to read I,Jedi again because I fellt the author did an Excellent Job of whiting the story of Corran Horn in the first person. But now that i ahev read the x-Wing series it does make it alot easier since I now know about all of the issues and people they talk about in the book.
Then I decide to look at this post and saw what you wrote and are absolutly correct.
I would suggest that if you plan to read I, Jedi read the folowing in order:
- X-Wing books #1-8
- the thrawn trilogy
- X-Wing book #9
Book Nine of the X-wing series goes off on a bit of a tanget IMO, but is still a very good read.
Another suggestion is that if you can't find the books in paper form you can search the internet to see if you can find them in an ebook format. when going with an ebook format I would strongly suggest .lit for microsoft reader. IMO MS reader program is about the best as far as reading, either on a PC or a PDA, it far surpasses reading it in TXT format or PDA just because the PDF Program for the PDF is horrible to read with.