Thanks to Becker&mayer! for sending me a digital review copy to check out! I have to say, when I first heard about Star Wars: Book of Lists, I thought it was going to be a fun read, and good trivia fodder, but also exactly what its title promised – a book of lists.
When I actually got to check it out, though, I realized how mistaken I was. Cole Horton, who’s written and co-written a dozen or so encyclopedic Star Wars reference books, brought all of those skills to the table when creating this book as well. Coming in at 224 pages, sure, you could just skim it for the 100 lists and you’d enjoy it. But the descriptive information included with those lists is what really makes the book a valuable addition to your Star Wars non-fiction shelf.
On today’s episode, I’ll talk about all of that, and share one of my favorite lists in the book – which, ironically, doesn’t come with the descriptive, but is actually all the better because of the choice to make it an exception to the rule. Punch it!