Just watched Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Episode VIII)? Here are some of the best follow up books to read…

The Last Jedi (Star Wars)

by Jason Fry

Count us among the millions of readers who love movie novelizations. A good movie novelization enables you, the reader, to step into the director’s seat and experience the story as you’d like it to be. Also, many novelizations include scenes that many not have made the final cut of the film, and internal dialogue that can enhance one’s understanding of the characters and their motives. If you loved “The Last Jedi”, then you’ll want to read the novel, as well.

Star Wars The Last Jedi The Visual Dictionary

by Pablo Hidalgo

While we don’t want to give away any spoilers, suffice it to say that “The Last Jedi” is chock full of “what the heck was that thing?” moments. From weird aliens, and even weirder wildlife, to all of those new faces among the ranks of the First Order and the Resistance, “The Last Jedi” is going to leave you with plenty of questions about who is who — and what is what — in the Galaxy Far, Far Away. Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary is your best source for answers, outside of the Lucasfilm Story Group. Full of full-color stills from the film, The Visual Dictionary is as beautiful to look at as it is to read.

Star Wars The Last Jedi Incredible Cross-Sections

by Jason Fry

Want to see the inside of the First Order’s terrifying All Terrain MegaCaliber Six walker? Need a peek inside Kylo Ren’s private quarters? These and other sights can be found in The Last Jedi: Incredible Cross-Sections, a fully illustrated look behind the surface of the First Order, the Resistance, and exotic locales like Canto Bight, Ahch-To, and the mines of Crait. The clean, technical drawings to be found in this book will be a delight to anyone with a mind for detail.

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The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi

by Phil Szostak

A great story and cast is only one part of successful movie. While they’re rarely celebrated, conceptual artists play an integral role in creating the look of a film, from the costumes of its characters to the settings around them. The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi gives these talented men and women their proper due by showcasing their valuable contributions in a deluxe, coffee table format book.

Star Wars Made Easy: A Beginner’s Guide to a Galaxy Far, Far Away

by Christian Blauvelt

If you’re a newcomer to the Star Wars saga, then you’ve probably got lots of questions about its major players, myriad alien races, and high technology. Star Wars Made Easy is just the book you need. This ground-up look at the who, what, and where of the world’s most popular space opera will bring your Star Wars knowledge up to snuff in no time.

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