Heir to the Jedi

Heir to the Jedi

eBook - 2015
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Challenged by ruthless Imperial bodyguards, death-dealing enemy battleships, merciless bounty hunters, and monstrous brain-eating parasites, Luke Skywalker plunges head-on into a high-stakes espionage operation that will push his abilities as a Rebel fighter and would-be Jedi to the limit.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Random House Publishing Group 2015
ISBN: 9780345544872
0345544870
0345544854
9780345544858
Characteristics: 1 online resource (352 pages)

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timdean10
Jan 30, 2016

Unfortunately this is a very boring read. I was reading this book with my six year old son and we were both really bored. Way too much dialogue and too much description about pointless stuff. There are some nice moments in there but it takes way too long to get to them. Very disappointing.

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Dtrasler
Aug 14, 2015

I read a lot of bad reviews of this book. Almost all of them are justified.
This is young Luke, but he's almost impossibly humble and teenage and most of the time you'll want to smack him upside the head.
Not a vital read, even for the one mention of the New Order hinting at a link to the new movie.

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adam1999
Jul 07, 2015

A rather bland read. I was hoping for something more like Micheal A. Stackpole's I, Jedi and was profoundly disappointed. The plot was trite, the fights were predictable and there was no suspense. The relationship between Luke and Nakari was unnecessary and over emphasized. In fact, it was only built to make the climax "more dramatic", but if you know Star Wars you can guess what happens to Nakari. As trotter73 said, the author also talks too much about their food. This book is a decent example of why there's only been one first-person Star Wars novel (I, Jedi), which I highly recommend instead of this one.

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VanEpidemic
May 31, 2015

I like how it's from Luke's point of view while he's still such a naïve Force user.

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trotter73
Mar 19, 2015

I wasn't impressed. Not enough action and the conversations between the characters were boring.
It felt like the author had to meet a page quota so he wrote a lot of unrequired material, like all the time talking about their food. I don't care about nerf burgers and caf.

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Apr 25, 2016

blue_panther_420 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

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