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Star Wars Legacy of the Force #6: Inferno

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  • Posted September 27, 2009

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    Not Big on Troy Denning

    This book is my least favorite in this series so far. There was just something about Troy Denning's writing on this book not striking a cord with me. I actually struggled at points, wishing I was reading Karen Traviss instead. I hope the series improves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2008

    Not the greatest in LOTF, but still good.

    Jacen seems a lot like Palpatine or Vader, he kills anyone he deems will not let the galaxy be at peace. Not much action though,a lot of dialouge. I'd reccomend it, even though it seems like a filler.On my way to read Fury now.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2007

    Round Robin Interview

    The best part of this book was the Round Robin Interview of the authors at the end of the book. It turns out that Karen Traviss had the idea of sacrificing another hero. Her justification was 'Nobody Lives Forever'. Another other said ' Good stories have tragedy as well as triumph'. I know that there are two kinds of stories - the romantic where the good guys win and the naturalistic where the good guys lose. George Lucas wrote romantic stories. The early Star Wars books were romantic. Star Trek books are romantic. It isn't necessary to kill off heroes to have a good story. Poor Luke finally found a little bit of happiness and had it taken away by these authors. My best hope for this series is that Jason will die, but will die repenting what he did as did Darth Vadar. I won't be reading any more books by these authors. I prefer romantic stories.

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