While tempers flare between the Duros and the New republic, Han Solo, his son, Jacen and the Ryn called Droma arrive to keep the peace. It's a co I confess that my reading of these Star Wars novels is a shameless attempt at returning to my childhood, which was so touched by the whole ethos. Kathy Tyers is not unfamiliar to the world of Star Wars. A new, powerful enemy, known as the , emerges from the outer galaxy, beginning what will be known as the. After being captured by the Yuuzhan Vong he withstood weeks of at the hands of Vergere, an Old Republic Jedi and Vong familiar.
Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo work to help refugees flooding in to the planet Duro from the Rim worlds. I kept waiting for him to get his shit together and was hoping that this book, since it focuses more on him, would finally see him do that. I think it time to take a break. The formula for these stories becomes obvious after a while, but for nerds like me it has worked every time so far. Yet i can say i enjoyed. Now, as the fragile stability on Duro threatens to collapse into violence, Jacen Solo must face his greatest dilemma: At what point does the use of power become aggression? This is definitely a step up. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.
Mara is going through the recovery from her sickness and finding out that she is pregnant. Attention is requested to create new articles from these links. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Jaina's irritation at Leia makes sense but I'm so glad it fades. It clears up near the end, in part thanks to Jaina, but still. I gave this three stars mainly because it had a slow start. The indigenous residents of Duro live in floating cities, above the polluted planet.
Every scene with her is really about how she doesn't want Luke to help her, which just becomes obnoxious. The book is honestly as grey and lifeless as its main setting, the ruined planet of Duro. Whatever he decides, his next step could tip destiny toward the light or toward darkness—with the life of someone he loves hanging in the balance… Audiobook The epic, multi-part, Star Wars series, The New Jedi Order , continues with this second original hardcover adventure! Kathy Tyers, author of the New York Times bestselling Star Wars: The Truce at Bakura, has contributed several other stories to the Star Wars universe, including We Don't Do Weddings: The Band's Tale, and A Time to Mourn, a Time to Dance: Oola's Tale. I am, by this point in the series, getting sort of tired of this tack, so hopefully there is some glimmer of hope for our heroes in the next couple of books. Leia makes note that she hadn't reached out to feel her children or Han recently, and feared that if she didn't feel anything that she would assume the worst. They are unaware that Leia is on Duro.
He could feel it coming when he listened through the Force. The threat of the Yuhzan Vong continues and Luke Skywalker along With his wife Mara Jade and Han and Leia battle the alien invaders at every turn. Luke, however, didn't really strike me as anything extraordinary, Anakin made really almost no major impact though he had a particularly squicky scene. I loathed how he showed such indecision and reluctance to use his talents, but by the end of the story, I forgave his shortcomings and that was that. The indigenous residents of Duro live in floating cities, above the polluted planet.
He hopes to sue for peace using non-violent means and without using the Force. She needs his help to heal and he's withholding that from her. They are unaware that Leia is on Duro. Jaina is injured in combat, I haven't much cared for Jacen in this series. Laube, a science fiction fan, was willing to take a risk on the project. She reluctantly goes off to help her mother deal with the refugee problem on planet Duro. She is the first child of Dr.
Lush Ithor, lawless Ord Mantell, and Obroa-skai with its fabulous libraries—all had fallen to the merciless invaders. The formula for these stories becomes obvious after a while, but for nerds like me it has worked every time so far. They are unaware that Leia is on Duro. The pacing isn't all my favorite; I just couldn't figure out why any of it really mattered. I'm not a huge Kathy Tyers fan, but the The Truce at Bakura Star Wars author acquits herself well here.
I'm glad we got some resolution with Han and Leia, but that also could've been done from Jacen's point of view. There is no place else to cannel the flood of refugees fleeing the murderous Yuuzhan Vong but the overcrowded planet Duro poisoned by centuries of technological excess. There's no way in hell she wouldn't feel one of their losses if they died! Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. The author sort of does a lot of back referencing to books she wrote in the series that are not really referenced by other authors up to this point. He touched it self-consciously, then swept his hair back from his face. Despite the fact that the main idea behind this universe is war, it's not always about shooting the bad guys.