Lego Star Wars Visual Dictionary

The following is a guest review by my fiance’, a huge Lego fan.

I reviewed LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary by Simon Beecroft. I was very excited to review the book when Sarah received it in the mail because I am fan of Legos and Star Wars. The book seemed to be written just for me! And as a bonus, the book includes a free mini figure and that immediately won me over.

LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary is a chronicling of all the Star Wars sets Lego has issued to date. It is especially written for Lego fans and collectors. It goes into detail to show the differences between sets issued in 1999 and say 2008, for example. It made me appreciate the sets Lego has created for the Star Wars universe. The text of the book gives a summary of the different aspects of the movies ad Star Wars lore, including the Death Star and the Rebel Army.

I would recommend this book to Lego fans and collectors of the Lego Star Wars memorabilia. However, it does lack real insight that pure Star Wars fans would be looking for. I do think kids would love this book, though!

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2 Responses

  1. My son had to buy this after his friend showed it to him. It is pretty great!

  2. it looks REALLY good to me, and when you say star wars well…. “IT”S MY THING”
    I’ve collected all the dvd copies of the movie including the old and original star wars starring harrison ford, and i’ve few collections on miniature star wars figures and of course comics with all the images..
    I just love it, and there isn’t any kid i know that doesn’t like star wars, much more the toys and im sure that they’d love this one- star wars lego..

    I hope that this is already available worlwide because I’m really really excited to grab one… for me and my nephews ofcourse..

    make some more on star wars..

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