Zak and Tash are looking forward to accompanying Hoole on his latest project--studying the B'omarr monks of Tatooine. The only problem is, the monks live in. The Brain Spiders (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, Book 7) [John Whitman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Accompanying Hoole on his study. Star Wars Galaxy of Fear #7. The Brain Spiders by John Whitman. Published by Bantam. Scott's Rating: 3 out of 4. Hoole and the kids travel back to Tatooine.
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Anyway, the kids find out about a lucrative side business Jabba has involving the brain spiders and Tash ends up having her brain removed and put in a spider droid. At least this is another story that doesn't follow the previous storyline patterns.
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I'm glad that Whitman is finally exploring the horrific corners of the existing Star Wars Universe! It was the law. A chapter would finish with "Tash stepped off the spaceship and heard a blood-curdling scream!
Death in the Slave Pits of Lorrd has him leaving a lot of comments in red on the essay. This is an informative essay, not a holodrama. Several of the books start with the characters' ship being rendered nonoperational for one reason or another.
Many of them, to the movies and the Star Wars Expanded Universe. Death in the Slave Pits of Lorrd is absolutely thick with them.
Hoole mentions in one book he'd done research on Tatooine and Jabba's palace before. A couple years before the series began, a book called The Illustrated Star Wars Universe was published, with Hoole cited as the "author" of the Tatooine chapter.
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In his last appearance in The Hunger, Yoda mentions that he has to prepare for the arrival of a student Dangerous Device Disposal Debacle: They're just brains in jars. Brains in jars that walk around on robotic legs.
Worst of all, one of the monks is mad—not just angry-mad, but out-of-his-mind mad. That is not at all like her They go see Jabba to get help erasing records from the Imperial database.
Tash learns more about the B'omarr monks and wants to learn from them.