Our ‘Kenobi’ Interview with John Jackson Miller

August 20, 2013 at 7:37 am | Posted in Books, Interview, Star Wars, Star Wars Books | 3 Comments
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Next week the highly anticipated book Kenobi comes out and to give readers an idea of what to expect, we spoke with the author, John Jackson Miller. Below we have posted part one of our interview which stays away from spoilers and discusses how the book came about, it’s ties to the classic western film Shane, John’s take on the Tusken Raiders, some bonus content readers can expect which will showcase the locations on Tatooine, a look at some of the minor characters in the story, and Qui-Gon’s role. It’s a nice overview that gives readers a taste of what’s to come without giving away too much. Next week we’ll post part two which will delve into spoilers and more fun topics.

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Kenobi will be out in hardcover, digital and audiobook formats on August 27th. You can find product links and excerpts on Random House’s product page. You can also find out more about John Jackson Miller on his website farawaypress.com.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.


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