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by Hollace Davids,Paul Davids
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Author:
    Hollace Davids,Paul Davids
  • ISBN:
    0553405292
  • ISBN13:
    978-0553405293
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  • Publisher:
    Bantam Children (May 27, 1993)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
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    Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Zorba the Hutt's Revenge (1992) is the third book of the Jedi Prince series by Paul and Hollace Davids. HAN SOLO IS THINKING OF GETTING MARRIED. TRIOCULUS HAS FOUND HIS QUEEN.

Zorba the Hutt's Revenge (1992) is the third book of the Jedi Prince series by Paul and Hollace Davids. BUT THE FATHER OF JABBA THE HUTT IS ABOUT TO SHATTER THEIR PLANS

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Zorba the Hutt's Revenge book. When Zorba the Hutt discovers that his son Jabba has been.

In this book written by Paul HollaceDavids,Zorba the hutt or Jabba the hutts Father returns to Tatooine to meet with his son,but he soon finds That Jabba is now dead because Princess Leia choked him with a chain

In this book written by Paul HollaceDavids,Zorba the hutt or Jabba the hutts Father returns to Tatooine to meet with his son,but he soon finds That Jabba is now dead because Princess Leia choked him with a chain. He claims his son's property and bets the governor " Lando " his job as governor in a game of sabacca, but Lando loses,because he didn'know that Zorba's cards were marked to where only Zorba could see.

Zorba the Hutt's Revenge is the third book of the Jedi Prince series by Paul Davids and Hollace Davids, and was released in July 1992. It is preceded by the novel The Lost City of the Jedi and followed by the novel Mission from Mount Yoda

Zorba the Hutt's Revenge is the third book of the Jedi Prince series by Paul Davids and Hollace Davids, and was released in July 1992. It is preceded by the novel The Lost City of the Jedi and followed by the novel Mission from Mount Yoda.

Zorba the Hutt's Revenge. Authors: Paul Davids, Hollace Davids. First came Zorba the Hutt, who at once began coughing, because of the braze. Books by same authors: Star Wars: Jedi Prince 4: Mission From Mount Yoda

Zorba the Hutt's Revenge. Then came CB-99, the slightly bent, barrel-shaped droid following Zorba. He rolled along while Zorba squirmed his way across the wide platform. Books by same authors: Star Wars: Jedi Prince 4: Mission From Mount Yoda. 10. Star Wars - 214 - Jedi Prince 05 - Queen of the Empire. Star Wars - 210 - Jedi Prince 01 - the Glove of Darth Vader.

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Zorba the Hutt's Revenge" is the third book of the "Jedi Prince" series by Paul and Hollace Davids. Hutt (Star Wars) - Jabba the Hutt as seen in the film Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999).

The third story of a series of six featuring the characters from the "Star Wars" films. The battle to defeat the forces of the evil Galactic Empire rages on. Throughout the vastness of space, heroic men, women and aliens of the Rebel Alliance fight valiantly to keep alive the hopes of freedom.

Manazar
My 11 year old son loves it.
Aria
As described!
Purestone
I, a ten year old student, have read this thrilling science fiction book, and must say that it is excellent. Even if the author does not go into great detail, this book takes you to exotic places, and strange environments. This series takes off when Return of the Jedi left off, telling you about Hab, Luke, Leia,l Chewie, and the rest of the gang. Trioculas dies,and Surpreme Prophet Kadden, after killing all of the leading Grand Moffs by sending them to their doom, takes the place of Trioculas, who was not the rightful Emperor and died of laser blasts from a droid that looked exactly like Princess Leia Organa Solos' eyes.You find out that the real Emperor, Triclops, who has gone mnadly insane, and was Palpatines' son, is Kens' father. Ken was raised in the lost city of the Jedi, has ran away from the Rebel base on Yavin IV. This is a thrilling book that willl be loved by everyone. Buy it, and read it. You won't regret it.
adventure time
If you go into this book, or any part of the series expecting more than a lighthearted (simple and silly) storyline aimed for kids somewhere around 6-8 years old, you will be disappointed. My review is sort of a mashup of the first 3 books since together they are almost the same length as a regular novel, and that was as far as I could read without feeling the urge to remove them my digital library. They are also all done by the same two authors, Paul Davids and Hollace Davids so the 'feel' is much the same throughout. I am going to do my best not to hate on this series, but I will give quite a few examples why this was the worst set of books I have read in years. I think the authors knowledge of the Star Wars universe consists of having watched the original trilogy once when it was first in theaters over 30 years ago, and then by brushing up by quickly flipping through an abridged Star Wars dictionary for a few characters names and places.

Many of the main characters like Luke and Han just feel like different people with the same name. They do and say things that are out of character. In the second book, after finding the lost city of the Jedi, Han exclaims "My Correlian buddies are not going to believe this". This makes no sense. Han never had many friends and seing as how the author knows Han is from Corellia, makes assumptions. In the movies and in many of the books, Han had few friends, and the ones he did were made after he joined the Alliance, or were known by first name, like Luke, or Lando. He never had so many friends that they were known as his buddies. Second, Han is also not the type of character to just brag about everything he does. If he is that type of person, it would be about a specific accomplishment, like say, helping the alliance twice blow up the Death Star. Even if he had all these miscellanious buddies the author talks about, why wouldn't they beleive him? He stumbled upon some lost city that also happens to be on a moon that has some Jedi or force using history. I would think they would have more trouble beleiving that he shot Darth Vaders tie fighter down.

The author does something that every write who delves into Sci-fi and fantasy knows not to. He makes references to real life things on more than one occasion. In the second book, there is kid talking about finding cats and dogs that are noted in the Jedi archives. Later on the author talks about a Bantha as being the size of an elephant. Maybe that is how kids books are written, but I found it to be piss-poor writing. He also mentions 'computer notebook'. There are many ways to say 'portable computer' and still sound sci-fi ish. He may as well say that an X-Wing is half the size of a NASA shuttle or that the stormtroopers rifle shoots through armor as well as an AK-47. You simply do not mix reality with fantasy as it ruins the illusion. Many Star Wars books have done it better, such as the word "Coffeine", which is a mashup between coffee and caffeiene. You know what what it is and even if you eyeroll a little on the combination, it is still not a direct link to something so real. It is also done very well in other books like on the word flimsiplast, or flimsi. This is meant to be paper, or some type of thin material to write on, but still keeps you immersed in the Star Wars universe without a mundane explanation or some realistic comparison.

Next up we have simple unoriginality. In the first book there is reference to two different aliens with 3 eyes. The names are Triclops and Trioculous. Yeah. I guess it is a good thing there wasn't a 3rd three eye alien or it would be named Triumph or Triceratops or something else equally unoriginal. There is also quite alot of acronyms used. Yes, this is a regular thing in the Star Wars universe, but it feels overboard. From TNT's to SPIN. The acronyms are not only bad, but spelled out telling you "SPIN is short for Senate's Planetary Intelligence Network". A decent author is able to work in an acronym's long name without spelling it out directly. There are also HSD's (Housekeeping specialist droids) and JDT's (Jawa Droid Traders). I mean really, why not just say Jawas? Though this is a kids book so I suppose I will be lenient on this one. There is also a Homework Correction droid... ugh. There was alaso a reference to a secret code in one of the books JE-99-DI-88-FOR-00-CE. Again, I suppose I have to cut it some slack for being a kids book, but I did a major eyeroll on this one.

Next up we have continuity problems - Darth vader has an indestructible glove? Ummm, ok, sure why not. Banthas on Yavin? I suppose that is possible, though unlikely. There is a reference to a few neighboring towns near the Alliance temple on Yavin. I suppose a small village might be set up but for the most part, Yavin was a jungle world with no indigenous sentient life forms and was a pretty secret place to begin with. The fact that there would be a few well populated towns nearby seems a bit overstated. In the 3rd book it talks about Jabba's palace and how when Jabba died the palace was turned into a retirement home for aged aliens by the government of Tatooine. Really, the palace was taken back by the B'omarr monks, and I would highly doubt anyone wanting to live their last years in peace would want to do that in a place like that, that also happens to be quite a long distance away from any well populated area. And then the idea that there is an actual government for all of Tatooine? Possible but again, doubtful.

Overall the writing is simple and silly and truly meant for very young children. Much of the continuity does not align well with other books and too many times as I was reading this I laughed out loud at either the absurdity of plot or character actions, to cringing at how bad the writing was. The Star Wars fan in me wants to keep reading the last 3 books but quality issues aside, this is too far out of the normal Star Wars universe to be considered extended extended universe or even alternate universe.
Grarana
When the father of Jabba the Hutt, Zorba, returns to Tatioone (he was in prison) he learns that Jabba was murdered and he wants revenge on the murderer, Princess Leia Organa! There Zorba also learns of an imperiel bounty on Ken. In Jabba's old palace he finds Jabba's will. One of the things in the will are some hotels on the Cloud City. So he decides to travel to The Cloud City. As that happens Luke & Ken (the Jedi Prince) are going to Han's new opening of his Cloud House. They bring him a house-cleaning droid. Trioculus has a training base near there. Zorba comes and wins the rulership of the Cloud City from Lando in a rigged card game. Han's new house-cleaning droid falls from his house (which is suspended in mid-air). Though Luke and Leia rescue the droid they are captured by empiriels. They take Leia to Trioculus who wants her to be his bride, though she resists and Trioculus locks her in his room. Then Han leaves to see what has happend to Luke & Leia. So Ken is looking in the cockpit of Han's cloud racecar when it accidentally starts and flies off with him in it. He is arrested for being to young to fly. But Zorba learns thet he is the Jedi Prince that is wanted by the empire. He summons Trioculus and offers him Ken for Leia. Trioculus refuses saying that he wants him for his queen. Zorba is furious because he wants to kill her. And that is how the feud begins. It is very good and exiting. I think it is good for all ages.
Xcorn
I found this book and the rest of the series reasonably entertaining when I first read them at eleven years old, but still not as good as Junior Jedi Knights (my favorite books at the time). Now that I have recently read this book and the whole series again, I realize that they are really not very good at all, and I am generally pretty leniant with books of all kinds! This book in particular was one of the worst. The plot is silly and unbelievable, and the characters and writing are plain awfull. Kids twelve and under probably won't notice or care, but older fans will most likely find them boring and stupid. Also these books do not fit into the timeline at all, so it won't make any sense if you try to read them with other stuff.
Unirtay
In this book written by Paul HollaceDavids,Zorba the hutt or Jabba the hutts Father returns to Tatooine to meet with his son ,but he soon finds That Jabba is now dead because Princess Leia choked him with a chain. He claims his son's property and bets the governor " Lando " his job as governor in a game of sabacca, but Lando loses ,because he didn'know that Zorba's cards were marked to where only Zorba could see. Will Lando get his job back ? You'll have to read it to find out!
This is the third book in the Jedi Prince series. I found this to be the most enjoyable one so far. Yes they are rather silly. But the silliness is what makes them so fun to read.