Star Wars: Rogue One is better than Star Wars: Force Awakens and Here’s Why

Star Wars: Rogue One is better than Star Wars: Force Awakens and Here’s Why

Star Wars: Rogue One is better than Star Wars: Force Awakens and Here’s Why

The following analysis is based solely on my own opinion. I am an avid fan of the Star Wars series and am merely doing an analysis of both movies. The following does contain spoilers. Star Wars: Rogue One is better than Star Wars: Force Awakens. Before any one lights their torches and gets out the pitchforks, hear me out. Star Wars: Force Awakens is not as good as Star Wars: Rogue One because of story structure and character development. Concepts from K.M. Weiland’s story structure and character arc writings were used to form this opinion, but they don’t reflect K.M.

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Review of Q’ntana

Review of  Q’ntana

Photo by Leena Young Andrews. I picked up the book, The Moonquest: the Q’ntana Trilogy #1¬†after seeing various tweets from Mark David Gerson that made the book look appealing and I thought the premise of a bard having no voice to be a great book idea. Thus, I bought the Kindle version and began reading. I will say I enjoyed the beginning pages because they were full of descriptive and rich language, however I soon felt lost in the plot as I read further. At the beginning Toshar and his friend Yhoshi set out on a quest, but they have

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Review of the Art of Work

Review of the Art of Work

The Art of Work, by Jeff Goins, is an inspirational non-fiction and a must-read for any aspiring author. I found Goins’ website after reading a tweet that he had written, and just by signing up for his email list, I received the prologue and first chapter for free. After reading both, I was hooked by his simple but compelling words. To give you an example, this a quote from his Introduction, “This is not a book about miracles. It is a book about finding your calling, about how you discover what you were born to do. A calling is a

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Review of The Immortal Nicholas

Review of The Immortal Nicholas

The Immortal Nicholas by Glenn Beck follows the tale an older man named Agios as he sets out on a journey that he does not want to be a part of. From the beginning, it is made clear that Agios’ loss has affected his entire being, and he no longer wants to live. The line “Let them take it [his life]” is so powerful, that I wonder how Glenn could convey such raw emotion in a simple phrase. Glenn takes Agios from this reflection to a greater realization that leaves its reader joyous and contemplative. Krampus is also a great

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