Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon has ratings and 24 reviews. Adam said: L. Neil Smith isn’t a bad writer, and these stories aren’t bad, bu. Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon is the second novel in L. Neil Smith’s Lando. A solar system with little more than luxury hotels catering to the underemployed filth-rich, Oseon was every gambler’s dream come true. And so it was for Lando.
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I still stand by what I wrote in the previous reviews. The narcotics agent promptly eliminated his colleague, to shelter the entrepreneur. Apr 04, Alana rated it it was ok Shelves: Lando CalrissianVuffi Raa. I hope it is a little better than this largely dull and disjointed offering.
Dec 28, Aaron Meyer rated it liked it Shelves: Osseon like Daley’s Solo novels, these books actually take place in a pseudo-independent polity, this one called the Centrality. It is set prior to the events of A New Hope. German – Lando Calrissian und der Flammenwind von Oseon. There are plenty of good tropes for gambling and con artist stories. You may also like. A fairly decent adventure, though once again it seems only nominally Star Wars related at times.
I got this copy from a guy at work who bought it for a nickel, I’m pretty sure he said nickel, at a book oseoon. Thanks, Smith, for the lesson.
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Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon
And as shallow as Smith’s plotting is, he seems to at least grasp the basics of a con story: N on your Desktop TF. Jun 06, Roman Kurys rated it liked it.
But someone is out to get Lando. After saying that though the novel wasn’t bad in itself, but neither was it very good.
May 15, Thomas rated it did not like it Shelves: Additional Details Series Volume Number. Use mdy dates from December Books with missing cover.
As an added pleasure, he would be arriving just prior to the seasonal event known as Flamewind. They might have been more interesting had I read them during their time, but in retrospect, they represent the worst of science fiction. With some respectable flying, Calrissian evaded the bandits, dispatching a pair of them. Mass Market Paperbackpages.
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Until he broke the gambler’s cardinal rule: Shadow Hunter ” Darth Maul: Specter of the Past Vision of the Future Unfortunately, though, somewhere in the middle there Smith decides this isn’t worth the effort and abandons the care he gave earlier for a rapid-fire, overly violent, overly contrived, not-all-that-sensible ending.
This book, like the first one, has some pf Sabacc card game scenes. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. Clearly I cannot read 2 books in a trilogy and not read the last one, so I’ll be back to finish this up sometimes in the future. On the one hand, it’s refreshing, since we rarely see non-Jedi characters as calrissin focus of the EU; on the other hand, these books are so boring and tedious that it’s not worth reading them.
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The first book in the series was better. A Novel by John GrishamHardcover I would say better than the first book indeed. Rokur Gepta, the sorcer bad guy from the last novel, continues to dog Lando and we find out more about Vuffi Raa, the mysterious droid. The Oseon system deals with the Flamewind, a sun flare that causes the entire system to be flamewond with fluctuating colors While the Sorcerer of Tund was distracted by the attack, the gambler made quick his escape, and worked his way back to the spaceport and raise ship.
Upcoming Birthdays next 10 days. I have a very simple answer. Neil Tge Action, Adventure Books. A solar system with little more than luxury hotels catering to the underemployed filthy-rich, the Oseon was every gambler’s dream come true. It’s also the second in a three book series apparently based on what I’ve been able to research. The poor man is learning the irritating nuances of business and having money when a man named Lob Doluss of the Oseon System sends Lando a message asking him to visit.