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The Millennium Falcon Bookcase is Perfect for Storing History Books

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: etsy & technabob
There’s only one way to store the multitude of Star Wars novels written, and that’s with the Millennium Falcon Bookcase. This bookcase was created by Kenneth Barry of the Etsy store WhiittledInWood, the same store that also made the AT-AT bookcase. Those with a love for the light side and atypical furnishings will want to opt for this model, which is unlike any other bookcase around.

For starters, there aren’t many bookcases that look like Han Solo’s ship. Also, the Millennium Falcon Bookcase doesn’t exactly hold books in the traditional fashion (upright and next to one another.) Its many cubbyholes let you get creative with where and how you’re going to stack your Star Wars novels. Barry has priced the Millennium Falcon Bookcase at $915. As Qui-Gon Jinn would say, “Credits will do fine.” Stats for Sci-Fi Smuggler Bookcases Trending: This Year & Mild
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