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Snoke's escape shuttle is gone," the general replied. Kylo considered that. Rey had recovered first. She must have realized he was at her mercy, yet she'd left him alive. Almost as if she cared for him.
Jason Fry (The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (Exclusive Edition) (Star Wars))
I was in the winter of my life- and the men I met along the road were my only summer. At night I fell sleep with vision of myself dancing and laughing and crying with them. Three year down the line of being on an endless world tour and memories of them were the only things that sustained me, and my only real happy times. I was a singer, not very popular one, who once has dreams of becoming a beautiful poet- but upon an unfortunate series of events saw those dreams dashed and divided like million stars in the night sky that I wished on over and over again- sparkling and broken. But I really didn’t mind because I knew that it takes getting everything you ever wanted and then losing it to know what true freedom is. When the people I used to know found out what I had been doing, how I had been living- they asked me why. But there’s no use in talking to people who have a home, they have no idea what its like to seek safety in other people, for home to be wherever you lied you head. I was always an unusual girl, my mother told me that I had a chameleon soul. No moral compass pointing me due north, no fixed personality. Just an inner indecisiviness that was as wide as wavering as the ocean. And if I said that I didn’t plan for it to turn out this way I’d be lying- because I was born to be the other woman. I belonged to no one- who belonged to everyone, who had nothing- who wanted everything with a fire for every experience and an obssesion for freedom that terrified me to the point that I couldn’t even talk about- and pushed me to a nomadic point of madness that both dazzled and dizzied me. Every night I used to pray that I’d find my people- and finally I did- on the open road. We have nothing to lose, nothing to gain, nothing we desired anymore- except to make our lives into a work of art. LIVE FAST. DIE YOUNG. BE WILD. AND HAVE FUN. I believe in the country America used to be. I belive in the person I want to become, I believe in the freedom of the open road. And my motto is the same as ever- *I believe in the kindness of strangers. And when I’m at war with myself- I Ride. I Just Ride.* Who are you? Are you in touch with all your darkest fantasies? Have you created a life for yourself where you’re free to experience them? I Have. I Am Fucking Crazy. But I Am Free.
Lana Del Rey
Rey's face fell, and Leia could see the pain etched there.The girl cared about Ben, and he had disappointed her.
Rebecca Roanhorse (Resistance Reborn (Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker #1))
That was her life, Rey reflected: a succession of anxious moments, interrupted only by the novelty of occasional panic.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations #7))
Han Solo was his past. But Rey was his light.
Rae Carson (The Rise of Skywalker (Star Wars: Novelizations, #9))
Leia studied her face. The girl was close, so close to something big. Bigger than Leia, maybe even Luke, if that was possible. But Leia knew that she wasn't the one to ultimately get here there, that would be someone else.
Rebecca Roanhorse (Resistance Reborn (Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker #1))
The moment Rey reached her hut she had felt him near her, in the Force. The connection between them was so raw and powerful that it reminded her of touching a live wire in the wreckage of a starship. She had closed her eyes, opened them, and found Kylo Ren there--right next to her where she sat on the stone bench. As if she could actually reach out and touch his hand, his face, his hair. At the sight of him she'd felt relief surge through her.
Jason Fry (The Last Jedi (Star Wars: Novelizations, #8))
He had failed to kill the light within himself because it had been all around him all along. In Rey. His mother. Even…his father.
Rae Carson (The Rise of Skywalker (Star Wars: Novelizations, #9))
Kylo Ren knew who was in the escape pod even before it opened with a hiss of vapor---her presence had been a steady pulse from the Force the moment his junk-heap freighter once again somehow heaved itself out of hyperspace without disintegrating. The stormtroopers behind him stood ready, but he just smiled at the sight of Rey crammed into the pod's tight confines.
Jason Fry (The Last Jedi (Star Wars: Novelizations, #8))
Yes, there's a lot of sand here. Beebee-Ate? Okay. Hello, Beebee-Ate. My name is Rey. No, just Rey.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations, #7))
He acknowledged her, and Rey’s lips parted in surprise. It felt different now. The connection was…right. Good. Like coming home.
Rae Carson (The Rise of Skywalker (Star Wars: Novelizations, #9))
This is... Rey!" the girl said suddenly. "And we're out of the..." She paused and then, "...Han system! We're carrying medical equipment supplies to the southern region." She grinned excitedly, clearly extemporizing. "We're expected!
Rebecca Roanhorse (Resistance Reborn (Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker #1))
His smile faded at the sight of his uncles lightsaber. “i’ll take that” he said. “It belongs to me”… “Strange, then, that it called to me at the castle” Rey said, studying the ancient weapon almost idly before snapping her gaze back to Kylo. “And not to you”. The corner of Kylo’s mouth twitched in the beginning of a smile, and he inclined his head at the soldiers filling the hangar. “You’re in no position to dictate” —
Jason Fry (The Last Jedi (Star Wars: Novelizations, #8))
him. Rey tried
Elizabeth Schaefer (Star Wars: The Force Awakens—Rey's Story)
There was a freshness about her that the surrounding harsh landscape had failed to eliminate
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations, #7))
Oh, me? I haven't slept much these past few days," Rey said quietly. "Too much on my mind.
Rebecca Roanhorse (Resistance Reborn (Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker #1))
Rey Helped The Last Resistance Member on Board The Falcon and Turned, She Felt Her Connection to Kylo Ren Again, Felt Him Still Calling To Her. But She Didn't Heed it. She Closed The Ramp of The Falcon and Closed Herself Off from Kylo Ren
Delilah Dawson (Star Wars The Skywalker Saga)
„REY I’d rather not be in thy presence now. KYLO Yea, also could I say the same to thee. REY [aside:] How shall I speak to this deshirted man And hope to focus on the conversation? [To Kylo:] Say, wherefore didst thou hate thy father kind? Hast thou no cloak or towel thou canst use? [Kylo dons his doublet.
Ian Doescher (William Shakespeare's Jedi the Last: Star Wars Part the Eighth)
Okay, mostly rations. Her Resistance friends were always complaining about the food, saying it was tasteless and unsatisfying, but Rey had no idea what they were talking about. She’d never eaten so well in her life, or so often. She always kept a few nutrient packs stuffed under her cot, though. Just in case.
Rae Carson (The Rise of Skywalker (Star Wars: Novelizations, #9))
Poe hesitated before he asked, "So the two of you aren't..." Finn looked puzzled at first, but then his expression shifted to amusement. "No, nothing like that. Just friends." "And Rose?" "Oh." Finn shook his head no. "We talked about it, and Crait was... a moment. But that's it. Friends there, too." Poe laughed. "I can't keep up with your 'just friends,' man.
Rebecca Roanhorse (Resistance Reborn (Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker #1))
what's really annoying is that you don't read any Chewie fanfic. If you did you'd know that Wookiee was not a language, it was a species. There were at least three Wookiee languages. Rey learned Shriiwook from Wookiees who came to Jakku, but she didn't usually speak it because Wookiees mostly understood Basic." I was laughing. "And why are you using the past tense?" "Because all of this happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Holmesy. You always use the past tense when talking about Star Wars. Duh.
John Green (Turtles All the Way Down)
If she could push him out of her mind and enter his, what else could she do? What might she be able to do with regard to someone else? Someone less skilled, untrained in the ways of the Force? The single guard posted just inside the front of her cell, for example? “You!” He turned toward her, patently unconcerned and not a little bored. She studied him closely. As he was about to speak, she addressed him clearly and firmly—and not only with her voice. “You will remove these restraints. And you will leave this cell, with the door open, and retire to your living quarters.” The guard eyed her silently. He did not look in the least intimidated. Her confidence wavering as she shifted slightly in her bonds, she repeated what she had said with as much authority as she could muster. “You will remove these restraints. And you will leave this cell, with the door open, and retire to your living quarters. You will speak of this encounter to no one.” Raising the heavy, black-and-white rifle he held, he came toward her. Heart pounding, she watched him approach. Was she going to be killed, freed, or maybe laughed at? Halting before her, he looked down into her eyes. When he spoke again, there was a notable alteration in his voice. It was significantly less confrontational and—distant. “I will remove these restraints. And leave this cell, with the door open, and retire to my living quarters. I will speak of this encounter to no one.” Working methodically, he unlatched her shackles. He stood and stared at her for a moment, then turned and wordlessly started for the doorway. Lying in shock on the reclined platform, Rey hardly knew what to do next. She was free. No, she corrected herself: She was free of this cell. That hardly constituted freedom. But it was a beginning. As the guard reached the doorway, she spoke hastily. “And you will drop your weapon.” “I will drop my weapon,” he responded in the same uninflected voice. This he proceeded to do, setting the rifle down on the floor, then turning left into the outside corridor to depart in silence. For a long moment she stared at the open portal. Deciding that it was not a joke and that the guard was not waiting for her just outside the cell, she moved to pick up the weapon and leave. —
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations #7))
Speaking to Empire in the world exclusive Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker issue, co-writer Chris Terrio opened up about the complex bond between the trilogy’s Force-sensitive duo. “Some of the most interesting scenes in The Last Jedi are the conversations between Rey and Ren,” he said, noting the different side of Ben Solo that Rey is able to tap into. "We’ve tried to pick up that complicated relationship that really has been present ever since the interrogation in Episode VII. When Ren takes off his mask, there’s a nakedness about him with Rey that he doesn’t express to anyone else. Rian developed that in fascinating ways and we’ve been able to develop it even further.
chris terrio
she gathered her belongings and headed for the makeshift entrance that led into the belly of the half-destroyed AT-AT walker. It might be an ancient, rotting, rusting example of now useless military might, but to Rey, it was home.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations #7))
She stood and extended a hand. He glanced at it, his dark gaze rising to her face, then gratefully accepted her offer of assistance. “Follow me,” Rey said. She turned and broke into a run, the grateful Finn allowing himself to be guided.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations #7))
SHE NEEDED HIM. AND HE WAS NOWHERE TO BE FOUND. (P:7)
Alan Dean Foster (Star Wars 2016 Del Rey Sampler)
He wanted me to join him, but I couldn't. I thought I could help him, but he only wanted me to become like him." Rey's face fell, and Leia could see the pain etched there. The girl cared about Ben, and he had disappointed her. "Ben has made his choices," Leia said. "No one can save Ben but himself. And I don't know if that is what he wants.
Rebecca Roanhorse (Resistance Reborn (Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker #1))
Rey unhooked Luke’s reforged lightsaber from her utility belt.
Rae Carson (The Rise of Skywalker (Star Wars: Novelizations, #9))
Luke unfastened a bottle from his pack and bent over a sow’s belly, squeezing green milk from her swollen udder. He looked up from his work, a green streak on his upper lip. Rey kept watching, though that last moment had left her a little ill. The sow regarded her lazily.
Jason Fry (Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition)
You smile too much, Rey.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations #7))
DEC 18 MAYBE WE REALLY are alone in the galaxy. The heroes and villains of Star Wars: The Force Awakens sure seem to be. Although we’ve only seen flashes of actual footage from next December’s journey into that other universe, it’s interesting to note that director J.J. Abrams chose to introduce the first new characters in moments of isolation and desperation. Consider John Boyega as Finn, the scared, sweaty stormtrooper trying to make an escape in the desert. Or Daisy Ridley’s Rey, riding solo (no pun intended) in her Taser-shaped speeder across a similarly blighted
Time Inc. (Star Wars - Behind the Scenes)
A series of moans came from the Wookiee. Then he turned—and sat down. In the copilot’s seat. Rey felt herself tearing up. “You’re serious, aren’t you?
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations #7))
Rey scarcely glanced in the other vessel’s direction. “That one’s garbage! We need something that’ll move, not just get off the ground—if we’re lucky!
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations #7))
O, hope fulfill’d! O, unexpected Force! Come, Kylo Ren, and feel the light of Rey.
Ian Doescher (William Shakespeare's The Force Doth Awaken (William Shakespeare's Star Wars, #7))
The slopes around Rey were full of life. Sticklike insects regarded her inscrutably as they picked their way through the grass, while birds rode the winds above her head. Many of the rocky outcroppings she passed were rookeries for small, chubby avians. They were curious about the intruder, peering at her with big, liquid eyes and challenging her with fusillades of squawks. Their flying struck Rey as a triumph of determination over ability—they looked like airborne rocks, hurtling themselves off the cliffs and flapping their stubby wings desperately until somehow leveling out centimeters from disaster.
Jason Fry (The Last Jedi (Star Wars: Novelizations, #8))
You've been so lonely," he murmured as he searched for what he needed. "So afraid to leave." A thin smile crossed his face. "At night, desperate to sleep, you'd imagine an ocean. I can see it . . . I can see the island.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations, #7))
Alone . . . alone . . . It echoed in her mind as she sat there. Under the weight of the loneliness Han's voice seemed to fade, and Maz Kanata's as well, until there was nothing surrounding her but a silence as deep and profound as the distant reaches of space itself.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations, #7))
Jakku had trained her to do two things better than anyone else could. The first was to salvage broken things. The second was to wait.
Jason Fry (The Last Jedi (Star Wars: Novelizations, #8))
Rey found herself in his mind even as he invaded hers. She felt his rage, like a ruinous storm that filled his head, and his hatred, and his lust to dominate and humiliate those who had wronged him. But she also felt his hurt, and his loneliness. And his fear - that he would never prove as strong as Darth Vader, the ghost who haunted his dreams
Jason Fry (The Last Jedi (Star Wars: Novelizations, #8))
Halting an arm's length away, he studied her face from behind his mask. When he finally spoke, he sounded at once impressed and surprised. "You would kill me. Knowing nothing about me." Finding that her mouth and lips worked, she replied defiantly. "Why wouldn't I kill you? I know about the First Order.
Alan Dean Foster (The Force Awakens (Star Wars: Novelizations, #7))
—Let the past lie dead. Yes, kill it if thou must. ’Tis how thou shalt Become what thou art meant, by Fate, to be-Kylo Ren The past is not dead. ’Tis not even past.-Rey
Ian Doescher (William Shakespeare's Jedi the Last: Star Wars' Part the Eighth (William Shakespeare's Star Wars, #8))