The Fight to Survive (Star Wars: Boba Fett, Book 1)
The Fight to Survive - Star Wars: Boba Fett, Book 1 Author:Terry Bisson Boba Fett is the son (and clone) of Jango Fett, the most dangerous bounty hunter in the galaxy. But when Jango is killed, Boba must fend for himself -- against some very powerful enemies.
Cris H. (ChrisHick) reviewed The Fight to Survive (Star Wars: Boba Fett, Book 1) on
Helpful Score: 3
I ordered this book when I was twelve, because Jango Fett was my favorite Star Wars II character, because Boba Fett(when he was older) is also a favorite, and I enjoy most Clone Wars novels.
This should be listed ages 4-8, the reading level is so low. It is unrealistic--in Star Wars, books are ancient items almost impossible to come by. Boba reads them daily. His opinion on his life (or at least the author's opinion) is worth knowing, but does not fit him.
Jango later gives Boba a book that opens only when Jango is dead. Come on, how does this work?
Unrealistic, written for little kids, and strange. If you are not a little kid, or a Fett fanatic, I would not recommend this book.
I'm a huge fan of Star Wars and of the Mandalorians, since seeing Boba Fett in 1980. While these books are written for younger kids I enjoy reading these when I'm between books. I've collected many of the Scholastic books and read plenty of them while not award winning work they are entertaining.