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Add to Cart Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist Add to Wishlist. As the bloodied and weary galaxy faces battle once more, the Jedi take on the formidable task of bringing the last of the Empire into the light. From the ashes of the New Republic—torn to shreds by the savage Yuuzhan Vong forces—the newly formed Galactic Alliance has risen, determined to bring peace to the entire galaxy. Jedi Master Luke Skywalker had called the meet- ing to discuss strategies for the coming stages of the war with the Yuuzhan Vong. Waxarn Kel, the current speaker, paced in front of the gathering like a caged howlrunner.
His face and hairless scalp were pink with fresh scars, indicating just how close he had come to being another victim of the Yuuzhan Vong anti-Jedi vendetta. He sat on the stage at the front of the chamber, one knee raised to support the elbow of his right arm, and that hand supporting his chin. The unnatural coolness of the hand's artificial skin against his jaw helped keep his head clear. Kel looked up at him with a frown. Then, to the rest of the Jedi, he said, "We've been slandered, hunted, and butchered from one side of the galaxy to the other. We became the scapegoat for everything the New Republic brought upon itself because of its complacency and inability to act.
We told them things they didn't want to hear, and what was our reward? We were damned for it, that's what. But now we have been vindicated. The trap on Ebaq Nine and the defeat of the Yuuzhan Vong have shown that we are a force to be reckoned with. Vergere's sacrifice will not be in vain. That's been the frustrating thing about this war. The New Republic has thwarted our every attempt to defend ourselves.
If it wasn't the Peace Brigade actually trapping us and selling us over, it was idiots like Borsk Fey'lya holding us back.
Well, now we're free to act, and we can show them just what we are capable of doing! Kel glanced back up at Luke. The Master could feel the scarred young Jedi Knight consciously bringing his emotions into line. Or worse, looking as if our loyalty to the Galactic Alliance is weak. Sometimes it is necessary to fight in order to bring an end to fighting. Isn't that the way of the Jedi?
Luke asked himself as he pondered the words of the young man before him. Luke himself had acted more than once on the philosophy espoused by Waxarn Kel and those like him. The cry had been taken up several times throughout the war with the Yuuzhan Vong by those tempted to take the seemingly easy route through the dark side rather than brave the ambiguities of the Force.
Luke didn't think Kel had fallen to the dark side, though. There was none of the anger and hatred in the young man that Luke could sense in a handful of others presently around him. They remained quiet, allowing Kel to speak their words for them. But it wasn't difficult for Luke to read their feelings. So many had been hurt by the Yuuzhan Vong and the Peace Brigaders that desiring retribution was, perhaps, only natural.
Natural wasn't necessarily right, though, and part of Luke's job was to ensure that those in his charge weren't led astray. None of the Jedi in the room had yet fallen to the dark side, and for that he was thankful. Some of them had taken a wrong turning here and there, just as some were being tempted to do now. But Luke had faith in all of them-even those who disagreed vehemently with his own opinions. He was sure that the collective wisdom of the Jedi, their strong belief in the healing, sustaining energies of the Force, would gradually assuage the grief they all felt for loved ones who had died in the war-as well as for themselves.
Luke straightened and dropped down onto the floor of the room to face Waxarn Kel. Once considered handsome, he was now scarred almost beyond recognition. And it was from this that Luke felt the man's emotions stemmed. Every time Kel looked in the mirror, he would be reminded of what the war had done to him and those he loved, and his anger and hatred would grow. The dark side can beckon to us from so many quarters, Luke thought. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD 8.
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Write a Review. However, my only dislike is the amount of time spent towards the space fight scenes. I'm not too interested in the dog fights. Sometimes I wonder if there is more interest in the dog fights than the actual story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago. Mojobass More than 1 year ago My only complaint is that the authors don't use chapter-breaks. I like knowing that their will be a clean pause every 20 pages or so.
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The characters are awesome and the foundations for peace were cool in this book. Guest More than 1 year ago The Yuuzhan Vong, aliens who deplore machines their own technology is entirely bio-based , are overrunning the galaxy.
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However, this is a book meant to be read by fans following a series. So I cannot hold my difficulties against its authors, and I must in fact compliment them on making things as easy for me as they did. With that said, this is a well-paced, exciting story.
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The Yuuzhan Vong are a fascinating people, and the relationships among the familiar Star Wars characters especially Leia and Han have developed over the years with believable complexity. It had a ton of action yet none of that 'Where is the line drawn between light and dark? Guest More than 1 year ago I've been a New Jedi order fan for a year.
My 'friends' Don't understand! I can't wait to read more in this series! Guest More than 1 year ago This book had a good story line set for teh next Book!!!!. I would rather this book had more action in this book. I was kind of hoping that Anakin would come back because he was probably the most livleiest characters in the book and without him Tahiri seems like a hopeless lovelost creature.
I think the only significant part of this book was that the Empire joined the Galactic Alliance. But I really hope Anakin comes back because without him there is not much action in the book. They bring depth and quality to the series where, quite frankly, some of the other writers in the series did not. This wasn't the best book in the series, but it was an easy read and it brought Grand Admiral Palleon into the mix.