5 edition of Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear (6 Volume Set: Eaten Alive / City of the Dead / Planet Plague / The Nightmare Machine / Ghost of the Jedi / Army of Terror) found in the catalog.
Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear (6 Volume Set: Eaten Alive / City of the Dead / Planet Plague / The Nightmare Machine / Ghost of the Jedi / Army of Terror)
by Gareth Stevens Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Back in the late s Lucasfilm got jealous that R.L. Stine was making oodles of money by scaring the pants off of children. So they decided to tap into the lucrative Goosebumps market with a book Young Adult series called Galaxy Of Fear that stretched into the more bloodcurdling corners of the Star Wars universe, thereby creating their own line of pantsless children. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Star Wars Ser. Galaxy of Fear: Planet Plague No. 3 by John Whitman (, Paperback) at the .
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Star Wars Galaxy of Fear is one of the most memorable pieces of literature from my childhood. It blended Goosebumps-esque storytelling within a galaxy far far away and I couldn't get enough of it.
When I was younger I started with book #2 and I decided to revisit this series starting with book #1 "Eaten Alive"/5(8). The Doomsday Ship (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, Book 10) by John Whitman ( )Author: John Whitman. Eaten Alive (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, #1), City of the Dead (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, #2), Planet Plague (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, #3), The Nightm Author: John Whitman.
Galaxy of Fear - Wikipedia. The Swarm (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, Book 8) Paperback – Janu by John Whitman (Author)/5(7). Product details Age Range: 8 and up Series: Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear (Book 11) School & Library Binding: pages Publisher: Rebound by Sagebrush (August ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x /5(8).
Galaxy of Fear is a series of novels intended for young readers. The books Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear book a period of approximately 6 to 18 months ABY, serving as a sequel to the events of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.
The series of twelve books was written by John Whitman, and was released from February through October The books ranged from pages to pages in large (s): John Whitman. Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear "Eaten Alive" is a great mystery of trust and honesty.
In the book, it shows that even though siblings can be so annoyed of each other, /5. The Galaxy of Fear series may no longer be canon as of the reboot, but I think the stories are still worthwhile (and could more easily be reintegrated than most). Galaxy of Fear is good children's horror, I think.
This particular book has some interesting ideas, and uses the /5. The planet is dark, and its fetid swamps are filled with flesh-eating flowers, fearsome swamp slugs, and deadly dragonsnakes.
No one hears the survey team's distress signals. They are stranded. br>>Thirty years later, Zak and Tash Arranda and their uncle Hoole, with Boba Fett in hot pursuit, land on the planet/5(3). Galaxy of Fear: Ghost of the Jedi is the fifth book in the young readers Galaxy of Fear series.
Tash, Zak, and their uncle Hoole are on the run from evil Imperial scientist Borborygmus Gog. The only place to hide is on Nespis 8, an abandoned space ed by: The Nightmare Machine.
Shelves:juvenile, science-fiction, star-wars, star-wars-legends, horror It looks like the last six books of Galaxy of Fear will just be standalone adventures. I think this is Whitman's best approach, since the first six, while connected, were standalone, and he seemed to be forcing that connection among the individual books/5.
The third book in John Whitman's fun young adult series Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, "Planet Plague", is a gruesome, slimy, flesh-crawling little horror story that will make one itch. Zak, Tash, and Uncle Hoole are on planet Gobindi, visiting an Imperial hospital after Zak sustains an injury/5.
Publisher's summary Edit. Tash, Zak, and their uncle Hoole want to make sure that Borborygmus Gog's Project Starscream has been destroyed. So they journey to Kiva, a planet on the galaxy's Outer Rim. Kiva is dark, rocky, and barren. Except for some strange shadows, the planet is completely lifeless.
And when they find Gog's laboratory, it's ed by: Ghost of the Jedi. Galaxy of Fear: Eaten Alive is the first young reader's novel in the Galaxy of Fear series. Vanished. ↑ Eaten Alive (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, Book 1) on ↑ The Essential Reader's Companion; External links Edit.
Galaxy of Fear: Eaten Alive on WikipediaPreceded by: Choices of One. Galaxy of Fear: The Hunger is the twelfth and final book in the young readers Galaxy of Fear series. A survey team crash-lands on an unknown planet. The planet is dark, and its fetid swamps are filled with flesh-eating flowers, fearsome swamp slugs, and deadly dragonsnakes.
No one hears the survey team's distress signals. They are ed by: Clones. Galaxy of Fear was a series of horror-themed Star Wars books for children published in the late ‘90s. I was a huge Star Wars fan as a kid, so as you can imagine, I gobbled them up. I’m not sure if these were the first horror books I ever read, but they were the first ones I remember reading, so they always have a special place in my heart.
Buy a cheap copy of The Swarm (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, book by John Whitman. Uncle Hoole wants to study the S'krrr--a race of creatures that look like giant bugs. While Hoole works, Zak and Tash visit the S'krrr's huge garden--it's the most Free shipping over $/5(5).
I've read Star Wars galaxy of fear no.2 and 3, although planet plague (no.3) was my personal favorite. It's about two kids named Tash and Zak who'se parents were destroyed on the planet Aldeeran by the evil Empire's Death Star.5/5(3).
The Nightmare Machine is the fourth book in the Galaxy of Fear series by John Whitman set in the Star Wars galaxy shortly after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Plot. Zak and Tash visit a family friendly theme park called 'Hologram Fun World' to relax while Hoole continues his work. They discover that the attraction, the 'Nightmare Machine', which manifests seemingly harmless versions of Publisher: Bantam Skylark.
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Tags: Star Wars. Published Feb by Bantam Books. Available Stock; Add to want list. STAR WARS Galaxy of Fear (Ghost of the Jedi) Published by User, 22 years ago A young year-old girl named Tash Arranda, and her brother Zak Arranda, and their Shi'ido uncle Hoole, go to a Jedi library.5/5(5).
Buy a cheap copy of The Nightmare Machine (Star Wars: Galaxy book by John Whitman. Hologram Fun World. It's a theme park visited by families from all across the galaxy. It's a place where Tash and Zak can safely hang out while Hoole continues his Free shipping over $/5(5).