Lucasfilm has announced his latest Star Wars novel, From a certain point of view: Empire Strikes Back. The anthology book will take a look at the middle entry into the original trilogy, which, for many, remains the single-largest film in the history of the franchise. But borrowing from the famous line by Obi-Wan Kenby a new Hope, It will not tell the story the way we know it. Instead, all will shed new light on events with new stories.
This second From a certain point of view Anthology is bringing in 40 authors to republish the events of The Empire Strikes Back with 40 different stories. But this would not be from the eyes of characters like Han, Luke or Leia. Instead, it will be told through the eyes of background characters, which include heroes, villains, droids, and creatures. Lucasfilm has also released the cover for the book, with Yoda sitting on the edge of his swamp on Dodoba.
It is set to become the second entry in the Anthology series of books utilizing the same general basis. From a certain point in 2017 the first book hit the shelves and took on the original Star wars In honor of its 40th anniversary. Likewise, it narrated the events that led the rebellion down to the Death Star, but in truly unique ways. There is even a story that dives deep at figure dans and modal nodes, aka the band from Cantina, which reads like a VH1 behind the Music special. So the door is wider in terms of what to expect from the followings. Lucasfilm is using this new book as part of its year-long celebration of Episode V to honor its 40th anniversary, as the film originally hit theaters in May 1980.
All participating authors opted to forgo any financial compensation for their contributions to the book. Instead, their fees will be donated to First Book, a non-profit organization that provides new books, learning materials, and other essentials to teachers and organizations serving needy children. Penguin Random House, the publisher of the upcoming book, will also donate $ 100,000 to the First Book, and 100,000 children’s books to support the Disney / Lucasfilm First Book, which provides equal access to First Book and quality education. Will support the mission.
Over the weekend, fans are encouraged to follow along with the hashtag #FromaCertainPOVStrikesBack as many authors will tease on social media. A full list of authors who have contributed stories to the book will appear on Monday 16 June. From a certain point of view: Empire Strikes Back Is set to hit shelves on 10 November. Check out the new-fledged cover art for yourself. This news comes to us through StarWars.com.
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