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Star Wars Thrawn Trilogy #2: Dark Force Rising

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

A Great Book!!!

This book is truly one of the best novels I have ever read. I have yet to read a bad Star Wars Novel, and this book sure isn't a disappointment. Timothy Zahn does a wonderful job bringing to Star Wars universe into your home through the pages in this book!!

posted by Anonymous on August 2, 2000

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

The middle drag

I loved Heir and Last Command (5 stars) but this book bored me to death, however, it is a must read in the series cause a ton of info in the universe is in the book. This is the book the Noghri really strangle on. They are also the most boring race or the exciting rac...
I loved Heir and Last Command (5 stars) but this book bored me to death, however, it is a must read in the series cause a ton of info in the universe is in the book. This is the book the Noghri really strangle on. They are also the most boring race or the exciting races in the Star Wars Universe in my opinion. Their strong and hardened combatants...Where haven't i heard this before.

posted by Anonymous on December 29, 2005

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2005

    The middle drag

    I loved Heir and Last Command (5 stars) but this book bored me to death, however, it is a must read in the series cause a ton of info in the universe is in the book. This is the book the Noghri really strangle on. They are also the most boring race or the exciting races in the Star Wars Universe in my opinion. Their strong and hardened combatants...Where haven't i heard this before.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    Mostly slow and boring with only a few exciting parts. I am sick

    Mostly slow and boring with only a few exciting parts. I am sick of people using the excuse that a book is boring but is necessary to keep the plot of the story going. That might be the most false statement ever. There is no excuse for not having excitement in a Star Wars book! Here's one example. When Mara Jade traveled to Jomark to get Luke the most exciting thing that happened was C'boath throwing rocks at her ship! Really, rock throwing! Zahn could have easily turned that into a nice little fight scene. The final battle scene over the Katana Fleet boring and anticlimactic that I had to force myself from falling asleep as I read. The first book was very good and I hope the third book can redeem this trilogy. 

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