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Eaten Alive (Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear, #1)

3.54 of 5 stars 3.54  ·  rating details  ·  250 ratings  ·  21 reviews
Enter the Star Wars universe....Zak and Tash Arranda, and their guardian, Uncle Hoole, have landed on the planet D'vouran. Nothing seems out of the ordinary at first. D'vouran is a beautiful planet, rich in natural resources and inhabited by friendly, hospitable creatures. And meeting the famous Rebels Princess Leia, Han Solo, and Luke Skywalker in the local cantina is ver ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Skylark
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Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear "Eaten Alive" is a great mystery of trust and honesty. In the book, it shows that even though siblings can be so annoyed of each other, they can just as easily help each other out in life. These brother and sister find out how useful it is to have trust in somebody by finding out that the the people of the planet they are on not only have a secret of their own but the planet does too. I recomend this book to any reader or person who likes something that has to do with g ...more
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B. Reese
Basically a cash-grab for fans of Goosebumps and Star Wars. Not especially scary, to a grown up. But for ummmm...right, the kid i bought it for (wink, wink) maybe.

At any rate, for an adult, it's really silly, features some Mary Sueism, but on the whole I suppose it's fun for a kid to read.

For what it's worth, I consider this to be more canonical, and a lot more enjoyable than any i've read by Alan Dean Foster or Barbara Hambly.
Mary Anne
I read this with Preston so we could discuss it. He really got into it. Good book for 8 yr olds.
Sam Stokes
Really loved these books when I was a kid. Read them all and loved them.
Unfortunatly, I did not realize this was the first in what is basically a kids series that just happened to be set in the Star Wars universe until I started reading it. It wasnt horrible and was actually fairly well written but ended up not being what I was looking for. I know it sounds silly but I prefer Star Wars to be a little more grown up. Moving on.
Michael Richards
This book set fear of the galaxy which hoole the shi'ido is gathering information about worlds. The book Star Wars the illustrated Star Wars universe by mcquirre and Anderson, talks of hoole the shi'ido being the author and how he's gathered the information about the worlds with his unique powers.
Nice tie in.
And so begins my quest to collect and read the final star wars series I don't own.

For being a 12 part series from the mid 90s when Star Wars books were in their infancy, this wasn't nearly as horrible as I expected.
This is the first Star Wars I ever remember reading, way back in third grade! A good blend of sci-fi, action, and creepiness, without being too scary for the young sci-fi fan.
I thought the book was just OK. I thought the relationship between the brother and sister was nice, but other than that, I was a little disappointed.
Andy Ramos
Got it to read with my daughter but was very dissappointed. I guess its suppose to be a scary version of star wars. It bombed with me!
Disgusting and surprisingly fun. Too bad it is in really rough condition from the library withdrawn shelf. =)
Leo and I started reading this series. It is for older kids I think and a little ghoulsome.
Sep 05, 2008 Athena rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Um, I wouldn't
Er...I really didn't get the point of this book. It really wasn't very good.
Fun read as a child, always looked forward to the next in the series.
Great young adult novel that takes place in the Star Wars Universe
I remember reading and enjoying this as a kid.
Not bad for a "junior" novel.
I remember really liking these books
Bernd Opoku-boadu
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