The Rebel Files

The Rebel Files

Branded as rebels and traitors, the members of the Alliance worked from the shadows, gathering information and support from across the galaxy to bring an end to the Empire's tyranny. Concealed within a secure case, their most vital and sensitive information was collected by one of Mon Mothma's most trusted aides and kept hidden until now. Discovered in the ruins of an aban...

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The Rebel Files Reviews

  • Tim

    This book truly belongs with the others in this series. A lot of details, bridgeing the history and events of the Rebel Alliance.

  • Mayumi

    Adoro esses livros do Daniel Wallace que são escritos de uma perspectiva de dentro do universo. As edições deluxe são maravilhosas, tenho todas!

    Os arquivos são bem escritos, dão uma sensação de oficialidade mesmo, e as anotações nas margens sempre captam muito bem a voz de quem está fazendo a anotação. Ah, menos as anotações do Poe Dameron; achei elas meio sem propósito, apesar de entender o que as anotações queriam dizer (no sentido assim subtextual, se faz sentido sem muitos detalhes pra não d

    Adoro esses livros do Daniel Wallace que são escritos de uma perspectiva de dentro do universo. As edições deluxe são maravilhosas, tenho todas!

    Os arquivos são bem escritos, dão uma sensação de oficialidade mesmo, e as anotações nas margens sempre captam muito bem a voz de quem está fazendo a anotação. Ah, menos as anotações do Poe Dameron; achei elas meio sem propósito, apesar de entender o que as anotações queriam dizer (no sentido assim subtextual, se faz sentido sem muitos detalhes pra não dar spoiler).

    Gosto muito de ler referências a episódios acontecidos em livros e quadrinhos além dos acontecimentos dos filmes, e como eu ainda não li todos os livros publicados com certeza não sei detalhes de coisas que foram mencionadas.

    A princípio pode parecer uma leitura um pouco chata - ler arquivos e detalhes técnicos de missões, em vez de vê-las acontecendo -, mas ler esse pano de fundo técnico foi prazeroso justamente pelas lembranças dos acontecimentos. Ótimo livro.

  • Leonor

    A very pleasant surprise! The guidebook series had been declining rapidly in quality since the Sith book, but imo this is the best so far. The text itself is very good and relevant, adding a bunch of detail that had been previously de-canonized with Legends and giving us a very interesting new perspective of the events we already know well in the Rebellion era. This covers from the early founding days to the day before Endor, for the curious. The wealth of details and little name drops and refer

    A very pleasant surprise! The guidebook series had been declining rapidly in quality since the Sith book, but imo this is the best so far. The text itself is very good and relevant, adding a bunch of detail that had been previously de-canonized with Legends and giving us a very interesting new perspective of the events we already know well in the Rebellion era. This covers from the early founding days to the day before Endor, for the curious. The wealth of details and little name drops and references are a feast for anyone who is well familiar with the Rebellion back from the Legends days, and I imagine it's a very good introduction to those who are not.

    What set it apart from the other books in the series, however, was a (finally) fantastic use of the annotations concept. Instead of just big characters writing up obvious comments or call-outs to events we're all familiar with, Wallace decided to confine this book to the high ranking officers of the Resistance (+ Poe, probably on Leia's favor). The annotations here are almost more interesting than the book, with experienced characters adding their own memories and takes on the events while also offering us insight into how the Rebellion is being perceived by their spiritual successors over 30 years later.

    An excellent addition to the new canon and a huge win for Wallace in my book.

  • Jessica

    A great behind-the-scenes look at the Rebel Alliance. I especially enjoyed the little notes & reminisces from those members of the NEW rebel alliance to fight the First Order; a fun little bit of perspective.

  • Khurram

    I have to say this was a very pleasant surprise. I don’t usually get the “declassified” books but I thought I would give this one a try, and I really enjoyed it.

    The book takes a behind the look at the Rebellion from it founders and upper echelon. These are the people who gave the commands and had to make the hard calls. I also liked the added annotations from current heroes and people in a new role now.

    The book is in chronological order starting from the early days to the final go ahead of the s

    I have to say this was a very pleasant surprise. I don’t usually get the “declassified” books but I thought I would give this one a try, and I really enjoyed it.

    The book takes a behind the look at the Rebellion from it founders and upper echelon. These are the people who gave the commands and had to make the hard calls. I also liked the added annotations from current heroes and people in a new role now.

    The book is in chronological order starting from the early days to the final go ahead of the second Death Star attack in Return of the Jedi. The book incorporates books comics and the movies in between. I love this continuity.

    This is a very enjoyable read and it get better as the book goes on. We get the planning, propaganda, the fallout and a look back on hindsight. Much better then I expected it to be.

  • Scott Korin

    An interesting little read chronicling the history of the Rebel Alliance. Also gives insight into the Resis, since the files are being read in-universe by members of the Resistance sometime before The Force Awakens.

  • Neil Coulter

    Any Star Wars fan will enjoy

    , but it's especially cool for those of us who have been working through everything in the new canon--novels, graphic novels, movies. This book is essentially a guide to all of the stories that have been accumulating in the new canon, showing how everything fits together in the chronology. Reading this felt like a bit of a reward for keeping track of so many different threads.

    Besides that, however,

    is also just a fun way to experience t

    Any Star Wars fan will enjoy

    , but it's especially cool for those of us who have been working through everything in the new canon--novels, graphic novels, movies. This book is essentially a guide to all of the stories that have been accumulating in the new canon, showing how everything fits together in the chronology. Reading this felt like a bit of a reward for keeping track of so many different threads.

    Besides that, however,

    is also just a fun way to experience the Star Wars narrative, from the beginning of the Rebel Alliance through the second Death Star. There is a lot of focus on the

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    events, which is my favorite era of Star Wars. It was particularly helpful to learn who all the people were at the Rebel briefing on Yavin 4 in

    . That scene makes more sense to me now.

    Because this book came out before

    , there is a notable and strange absence of any mention of Crimson Dawn in the sections that talk about the bounty hunters guild. It would have been interesting to have that also be referenced here. There's no mention of Darth Maul at all, which seems odd. Wouldn't he have been discussed at some point during this timeline?

    The frame of the book is that it's classified Rebel documents that are rediscovered by the Resistance, at some point before

    . So in addition to the documents themselves, you also see annotations written in the margins by Leia, Ackbar, Holdo, Poe, Ematt, and Statura. Some of this commentary is quite amusing, though it doesn't give much more insight into the First Order/Resistance era.

  • Khairul Hezry

    Another addition to the in-universe series of Star Wars 'declassified' books. Ties together all the events from the Original Trilogy movies, comics, novels and the Rebels animated series into one coherent narrative as seen from the eyes of the high command of the Rebel Alliance. A must-have for any bookworm who is also a Star Wars fan.

    Like the previous books, this one is also available in the Vault edition with a packaging made to look like an armoured data case containing a book with pull outs

    Another addition to the in-universe series of Star Wars 'declassified' books. Ties together all the events from the Original Trilogy movies, comics, novels and the Rebels animated series into one coherent narrative as seen from the eyes of the high command of the Rebel Alliance. A must-have for any bookworm who is also a Star Wars fan.

    Like the previous books, this one is also available in the Vault edition with a packaging made to look like an armoured data case containing a book with pull outs or just a book-only edition (for those with a tight budget).

  • Craig

    A cute little in-universe tome. It is a fun read though the marginal quips from the later resistance members leave a bit to be desired and detract from the book for me a little.

    It didn't have the depth that I had hoped for, but it is an entertaining ride through the rebellion for younger readers.

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