With the secondary plot of the supposedly dead pilot trapped in the infamous Lusankya prison, the tone is evocative of films like The Great Escape, with our rebel pilot having a twinge of Steve McQueen in his character from the get-go, the comparison is more than adequate. But now it is slowly reactivating and resuming its inexorable mission. This almost seems contrived; how could it be so easy, when it has been so challenging up until this point? It's the kind of mission only Wedge Antilles and the Rogue Squadron would dare to undertake. Selain daripada berkabung akibat kehilangan Corran Horn,salah seorang ahlinya juga,Tycho Celchu,turut dibawa ke muka pengadilan akibat dituduh sebagai pengkhianat. The games being played by Kirtan Loor, Fliry Vorru, Ysanne Isard, Airen Cracken and pretty much any Bothan are a joy to read about.
Then comes the shocking news that Grand Admiral Thrawn--the most cunning and ruthless warlord in history--has apparently returned from the dead to lead the Empire to a long-prophesied victory. It is set at the beginning of the New Republic era in the Star Wars universe and focuses on the conflict known as the Bacta War. In The Krytos Trap we spend a lot of time with Nawara Ven already one of the more fleshed-out characters , as well as Gavin Darklighter, Corran Horn, and Wedge Antilles. Still, the series still does lack a hilarious double-act like Face and Ton Phanan from the Wraith Squadron books - Stackpole plays it much straighter than Allston. But how can they leave their comrades at Krennel's mercy? The plot focuses on three key events.
Zsinj is an ever-present background threat in these novels, which acts as a great entrée before the main anti-Zsinj narrative of the Wraith Squadron novels. Corran's capture on Lusankya was also very well done. Where they discovered who the tratior was and dealt with him. It is set at the beginning of the New Republic era in the Star Wars universe and focuses on the problems the New Republic has in occupying Coruscant. If you're not, well, you probably didn't read this far. In 1986 Stackpole wrote his first novel, the fantasy story Talion: Revenant.
It just went way too far on this one. This is a great addition to the series and really brings the story together, but still leaves yo wanting to continue the series. The Rebels have taken the Imperial headquarters world of Coruscant, but their problems are far from over. But there is one small catch: since the Adumari prize military skill above all else, they insist that both delegations be composed exclusively of fighter pilots. It's an offer Wedge would love to refuse, for Isard is certain to betray them. Bakura is on the edge of known space and the first to meet the Ssi-ruuk, cold-blooded reptilian invaders who, once allied with the now dead Emperor, are approaching Imperial space with only one goal: total domination.
Excellent addition to the story of Rogue Squadron Now that the New Republic have taken the diseased planet Coroscant they must deal with the fact that Tycho Celchu has been arrested for the murder of Corran Horn and is on trial defended by Nawara Ven. Tycho Celchu has been arrested on accusations that he murdered fellow Rogue Squadron member Corran Horn Horn's supposed death occurred at the end of the previous volume. It was well written, and I want to see more of these books in the future. I had anticipated the rest of the novels following a similar structure. With the loss of Corran Horn biting deeper than previous deaths, they try to pull together a funeral ceremony that will get them some peace and closure, but political tensions require it to become a media frenzy.
I've read some bad torture sequences or ones that just don't have me buying it, but this one was interesting. Following the conquest of Borleias, the Rebels and Rogue Squadron must handle Imperial espionage ordered by the rogue imperial Warlord Zsinj. The Krytos Trap picks up immediately where 'Wedge's Gamble' l A review slightly delayed by the submission of my PhD thesis. Then suddenly Stackpole seems to remember the whole virus plot and wraps it up in an unbelievable paragraph that complete mitigates any tension that might have had as a plot. I think this series might be more sophisticated than mere fan fic which 'I, Jedi' is pretty much. The other thing I love about Stackpole is his humor. This part of the series deals with the New Republic's problems after taking over Coruscant.
Corran appears in the court as a witness for Tycho in the murder case, The rest of Rogue Squadron are battling the Lusankya which is firing at the planet's shields in an attempt to leave. And if you've read the first two books. Stackpole brought it up a notch this time, and seems to be fitting better into the universe. Most ominous of all, they are impervious to the Force. Simultaneously, Kirtan Loor, secreted away in the city, is striking at the New Republic with his Palpatine Counter-insurgency Front, destroying, among other thin 2,5 stars. Isard's Revenge mostly refers back to characters and situations created in Stackpole's first four novels.
Namun demikian,kuantiti bacta yang besar diperlukan untuk merawat populasi Coruscant yang besar. He finds himself in a hidden part of a museum that contains a hoard of Jedi belongings. Their covert mission has been a success. And can the New Republic get enough bacta to reverse the affects of the virus? On the one hand, I'm greatly entertained by this book. Corran is the exception; he's a little two-dimensional and way-too-good at everything.