David Gremillion

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Always writing, always improving, always growing.

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Books

Star Wars: A Certain Point of View
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Price: Free! Words: 20,270. Language: English. Published: March 15, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
A series of short stories based on the characters I have written in my two novels. Those that have read Star Wars: Awakening and Star Wars: Split Horizons will enjoy learning more about these characters. If you haven't read my novels, they're on smashwords so enjoy them as well!
Star Wars: Split Horizons
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Price: Free! Words: 94,890. Language: English. Published: September 30, 2012. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
(4.85 from 13 reviews)
Anakin recovered from his rage and drew his breath in ragged gasps. “What exactly are you offering?” he asked, saying each word slowly. “The Sith leadership has been promised to me. Join with me! Together, we can rule the Force and ensure that you will be the greatest Force user of either Sith or Jedi that will ever be!” Darth Maul extended his hand.
Star Wars: Awakening
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Price: Free! Words: 78,370. Language: English. Published: February 8, 2012. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
(4.68 from 28 reviews)
“I’m not a typical Jedi,” Anakin said and ignited the lightsaber. The weapon felt natural in his hands, like he had been meant to have something like this his entire life. This wasn’t a simple stunsaber; this was a weapon of a Knight of the Jedi Order. “Then it begins,” Darth Maul sneered and the two charged each other.

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anakin    clone wars    obiwan    padme    phantom menace    prequel    skywalker    star wars    star wars books    yoda   

Smashwords book reviews by David Gremillion

  • Star Wars - Artoo Detoo: Droid of a Kind (Volume 1) on May 29, 2012

    The introduction CLEARLY states that English is not this person's first language. I can only imagine trying to write a novel in a different language and the syntax errors I would run into. That being said, you can still get what this book is about. This is a wonderfully thought out story that takes us "behind the scenes" of pre-Phantom Menace Naboo. The descriptions put me right there with Padme and her family. The origin of Artoo is equally delightful and the author captures the feisty essence of our beloved droid. Twists and turns abound in this novel that will keep you wondering what's beyond the next page. A new Darth Maul, new characters, and what's that? Dare I say an IMPROVED Jar-Jar Binks? Very nice!