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Christmas Gift Idea - Star Wars Book "How To Not Get Eaten By Ewoks And Other Galactic Survival Skills"

How To Not Get Eaten By Ewoks And Other Galactic Survival Skills

If you have to visit that galaxy far, far away then you need to be prepared.  You will need to make sure your galactic skills are up to scratch if you are going to survive in that crazy, crazy galaxy.  After all, you don't want to be eaten by an Ewok or be trapped on an exploding Death Star now do you?

Good job there's a book to make sure you're ready.  It's an essential purchase for any budding bounty hunter or smuggler.  It doesn't have the words "Don't Panic" on the cover but it does have some of the situations you could find yourself in just to remind you of the hazards.  "How To Not Get Eaten By Ewoks And Other Galactic Survival Skills" has over 120 full colour pages on advice and survival tips to make sure you're not captured by Stormtroopers or Tusken Raiders.  It's essential to have a good blaster by your side but this book should always be on the other side or in your back pocket.  Thanks to this book I now know how to avoid being taken over by a parasitic Genosian Brain Worm.  That's a good thing.

It's a perfect Christmas present for a Star Wars fan and at only £9.99 rrp (at the time of writing it's on sale for £7.19)  it won't break your galactic credit funds too.

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