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Lyric's World [School & Library Binding]

Nancy Ann Richardson
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March 1999 Star Wars: Junior Jedi Knights
While helping their friend Lyric undergo a ritual that will initiate her into the circle of elders, Anakin and Tahiri discover strange cave carvings that explain how to break an ancient curse. Original.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for kids who love Star Wars Dec 8 2000
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This book was my favorite in the Junior Jedi Knights series. I love the Melodies! The idea of a planet where kids rule is sooo cool! However, I don't think Luke should have let Anakin and Tahiri go on a dangerous trip like that with only Peckum to watch out for them, and even he is conveniently gotten rid of as soon as they land. Luke should have at least sent a Jedi with them. But then, part of why I love this book is because the kids are on their own protecting themselves, so what am I complaining about? One thing I wondered about was what ever happened to Sannah? She is never mentioned again in any other book, and I rather liked her character. I would recommend this book to any Star Wars fan, but kids twelve and under would probably enjoy it best. When I first read this at age ten I thought it was the best book I had ever read, and even now I still enjoy reading this series.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Fair Feb. 25 2000
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Lyric's World is Yavin 8, which is inhabited by many dangerous creatures. It's a place where Anakin, Tahiri, and their new friend Lyric have a few adventures. However, I only gave it 2 stars because the children make less progress in their assignment than I had hoped. Although some some exciting adventures do happen (you've got to read the book to know what I mean), they don't seem to come too much closer to their goal: solving the Golden Globe.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book was the best I've read. June 16 1998
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I loved this book and I want it to have five stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Aug. 13 2014
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for kids who love Star Wars Dec 8 2000
By "kandladin" - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was my favorite in the Junior Jedi Knights series. I love the Melodies! The idea of a planet where kids rule is sooo cool! However, I don't think Luke should have let Anakin and Tahiri go on a dangerous trip like that with only Peckum to watch out for them, and even he is conveniently gotten rid of as soon as they land. Luke should have at least sent a Jedi with them. But then, part of why I love this book is because the kids are on their own protecting themselves, so what am I complaining about? One thing I wondered about was what ever happened to Sannah? She is never mentioned again in any other book, and I rather liked her character. I would recommend this book to any Star Wars fan, but kids twelve and under would probably enjoy it best. When I first read this at age ten I thought it was the best book I had ever read, and even now I still enjoy reading this series.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This book was the best I've read. June 16 1998
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I loved this book and I want it to have five stars.
2.0 out of 5 stars Fair Feb. 25 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Lyric's World is Yavin 8, which is inhabited by many dangerous creatures. It's a place where Anakin, Tahiri, and their new friend Lyric have a few adventures. However, I only gave it 2 stars because the children make less progress in their assignment than I had hoped. Although some some exciting adventures do happen (you've got to read the book to know what I mean), they don't seem to come too much closer to their goal: solving the Golden Globe.
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I have been reading and collecting star wars books since they first came out. I love the universe they are in
5.0 out of 5 stars Hit for our son March 17 2013
By Megan G. Mayer - Published on Amazon.com
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One of those series we have to tell him to "close the book and turn out the light." He greatly enjoyed it, and therefore so did we.
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