The Biggest Insights from The Force Awakens Novelization

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Novelization

Ever since The Force Awakens hit theaters a few weeks ago, theories have been flying about the new trilogy. People are lining up to see the film twice, three, or even four times looking for hints, Reddit and Tumblr threads grow by the day, and Youtube channel theories abound. Want a source of further insight that’s 100% canon? Check out the novelization of Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Alan Dean Foster. If you’ve seen the film, read the novel, and/or aren’t afraid of spoilers, let’s talk about some of the biggest reveals the novel offers that we didn’t see on screen. I’ve included some pages from the hardback novel for reference. SPOILERS AHEAD! 


The Impact of Empathy in Ender’s Game (contains minor spoilers)

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Ender’s Game is widely considered a classic among children’s science-fiction novels. In a future in which children are trained as soldiers in a war against bug-like aliens, video games have become teaching tools and the fate of the human race rests on the shoulders of six-year-old Andrew “Ender” Wiggin.