- The epic conclusion to the saga, now in glorious iambic pentameter
- Ripe with soliloquies and clever word-play
- Accompanied with beautiful Elizabethan-style artwork
- May the verse be with you!
At last the epic conclusion to George Lucas' galactic saga is re-imagined as though its been penned by the peerless bard of Avon himself. We present to you William Shakespeare's The Jedi Doth Return – perchance the greatest adventure of them all.
"Prithee, attend the tale so far: Han Solo entombed in carbonite, the princess taken captive, the Rebel Alliance besieged, and Jabba the Hutt engorged.
Alack! Now Luke Skywalker and his Rebel band must seek fresh allies in their quest to thwart construction of new Imperial Death Star. But whom can they trust to fight by their side in the great battle to come? Cry "Ewok" and let slip the dogs of war!"
Accompanied by beautiful Elizabethan-style illustrations, this light-hearted rendition has got it all – young heroes, power-mad kings (well, emperors) and a couple of jesting droids, all soliloquising in glorious iambic pentameter.
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