This book wraps up the Fate of the Jedi series and wasn't too bad. As I've mentioned before, I prefer the Expanded Universe books which are not about the characters portrayed in the movies, but I guess those are the popular ones. This book suffers less add-a-kid syndrome and had some well-written action. The main villain is a little hokey and seemed unnecessary. Why not have the Sith and the Jedi battle it out? Why bring in some nebulous bad guy?
I recommend this book if you've already gotten in to the series. If you haven't, save it for an airplane trip.
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