If you are as big of a Star Wars fan as I am, you love every sound in each of the movies. I love the little noises R2-D2 makes. It’s awesome to hear Chewbacca’s adorable little Wookiee sounds. Now you don’t have to watch the movies in order to hear your favorites sounds. Just grab the new Sounds of Star Wars book and enjoy!
Any Star Wars fan can mimic Darth Vader’s voice or Chewbacca’s roar with ease. But how many of them would be able to identify the lion’s roar used in the sound of the Millenium Falcon’s engine? You’ll find the illuminating history of the sounds that make the Star Wars universe so believable. An attached sound module with an exterior speaker and headphone jack lets readers listen to more than 250 unique sound effects.
The book is very well put-together and is filled with illustrations. The history and information will surprise you: it explains several scenes you may have been puzzled over when watching the movies. There are details in this book that you’d have never thought about, let alone asked to be included.
Every Star Wars fan should have one of these. I know mine won’t be relegated to a shelf somewhere. It’s on a table within easy reach so that I can listen to Chewie or Vader at the touch of a button.
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