‘I was a slave to the world’: How a ‘Star Wars’ writer came to embrace Hollywood’s power September 23, 2021 September 23, 2021 admin

“Star Wars” writer Peter Steele’s first-person account of his time working on the film, “The Empire Strikes Back,” has received some criticism from critics and fans.

In the novel, the film’s protagonist, Han Solo, travels to a planet in the Outer Rim to steal the plans to the Death Star.

While he’s there, he’s surrounded by the Death Troopers, a race of highly intelligent and deadly aliens that are considered the greatest threat to mankind.

Steele’s book is a story of a human who was forced to choose between freedom and safety.

For many, the latter is what defines a Star Wars story, and the novel tells a story about the human condition as it relates to those who don’t always get the chance to choose for themselves.

Steele has defended his use of the word “slave” and the “Star War” canon, arguing that the latter was a product of the time and place in which it was written.

“The Death Troops are just the best example of the kind of monster-like creatures that have existed for the last 100 years,” he wrote in an email to Fox Sports.

“The idea that we’re going to make a movie out of this is like saying, ‘If you have two apples, you’ll get an apple.’

It’s just not true.

Star Wars is about the power and the powerlessness of the human race.”

Steele, a native of South Carolina, is one of the most respected sci-fi writers in the world.

In addition to his book “The Martian,” Steele wrote the novels “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and “Darth Vader.”

He has won numerous awards, including the Nebula Award for best novel in 2001 and the National Book Critics Circle Award for Best Novel in 2009.

In a recent interview with “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” StEELE talked about the criticism he received for his use.

“It’s funny, because there’s been a lot of hate, because it’s like a reaction to a book where you’re kind of playing into the hands of the Empire,” he said.

“You’re playing into their hands, and it’s kind of a great way to kind of go through your own internal demons and sort of show that they’re out to get you.

And, you know, you’re also kind of going to have to explain yourself to the audience.

And you’re going, ‘Well, I’m kind of in their shoes.’

I mean, it’s a good way to go through a book and to get yourself out of a certain situation, and that’s how it feels.”

StEELE’s account of being a slave in a “Star Trek” world has also been criticized.

He is quoted in the book saying, “I was just a slave, in a way, to the way that people were in a Star Trek world.

That’s what I was.

I was just in the middle of it.”

In the book, he says he was forced into slavery by the Empire, and when the novel was released, he was arrested for stealing the plans.

He was eventually released and moved to another planet, but he said he had no choice but to go to work in the film industry to make more money.

“I had to come up with a story to get paid,” he told Colbert.

“And I had to have my way, and they wanted to have mine.

They wanted to make it happen, and I had a job to do, and, you could say, I had no say in it.

So it’s the best thing that ever happened to me, and a little bit of a relief.”