Review: Darth Paper Strikes Back is the middle book of the (first?) trilogy by
When 'Yoda' goes too far however, advising a fellow student that she is doomed, a complaint is made to the Principal and Dwight is suspended and threatened with reform school. Origami Yoda makes a plea to Tommy to make a casebook to save Dwight.
Like the previous book, Darth Paper Strikes Back is mostly a collection of anecdotes from pupils on how Dwight/Yoda helped them out in tricky situations which include this time: coping with an unclean student, an annoying child at the skate park and raising funds for the school. These stories are bookended by Tommy's narrative.
I enjoyed Darth Paper Strikes Back very much. I love all the Star Wars references made by the characters and the doodles/drawings in the “casebook”. The individual stories are interesting and it's all very wholesome and heart-warming, culminating in an unexpected ending. The third part of the trilogy, The Secret of The Fortune Wookiee, is out now and Art2-D2's Guide to Folding and Doodling is out this month (April 2013).
[An attempt to make a Darth Paper to go with my Yoda is on my to-do list.]
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