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Star Wars Clone Wars Gambit #2: Siege
     

Star Wars Clone Wars Gambit #2: Siege

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by Karen Miller
 

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On the Outer Rim, the planet Lanteeb has no strategic value, no political power, and one enormous problem: It has been invaded by an emboldened Separatist Alliance. To find out why, Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi have snuck onto Lanteeb—and now look oblivion in the eye. . . .

Hiding their lightsabers beneath their dusty disguises,

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Star Wars Clone Wars Gambit #2 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
ryan1234500 More than 1 year ago
Like part one of this duology, Stealth, this Clone Wars novel is very simple. Anakin and ObiWan are trapped on a planet with the fate of the war at stake, and things don't go the way they plan. It's a very forgettable story, and there really isn't anything stand out about it. The story could have easily been shortened into one book. Why it was stretched to a duology I don't know. At least it was far better than Karen Miller's first Star Wars book, Wild Space. That was the worst Star Wars book I've ever read.
ColoradoBR More than 1 year ago
The story was pretty good, but there was not enough action for a Star Wars tale. However, there were great parts that add a new layer to the conflict between Anakin and Obi-Wan. Since this ws the concluding book in the series, I thought that there should have been a little more excitement.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Strategically, the planet Lanteeb is a nothing microdot in the Outer Rim; far from anything of minor significance. Yet for some unknown reason in the minds of the Republic, the Separatist Alliance has invaded this meaningless orb. Jedi Knights Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker travel undercover to learn why. The truth lies with research scientist Bant'ena Fhernan, who is being held captive by Separatists demanding she work on a super virus to cause a pandemic never seen before. To fuel this biological weapon of mass destruction, the Separatists require damotite found deep in the mines on Lanteeb. Thus Separatist General Lok Durd and his force enslave the beleaguered locals. He also knows Jedi are on the planet and hunts for them with pleasure while the prey are alone as the natives cannot risk helping them and their communication with their allies are severed by the their adversaries. The second book in the Gambit duology (see Stealth) is an exhilarating Star Wars entry as Obi-Wan and Anakin risk their lives to prevent a pandemic disaster that could leave the Republic teetering on the brink of extinction. Fascinatingly the audience sees deep inside Skywalker as he struggles with the end justifying the mean pondering "The death of one man is a tragedy; the death of millions is a statistic" (Stalin) since the Lanteebians may have to be sacrificed for the rest of the Republic. Fast-paced and loaded with action, readers will enjoy this solid military science fiction in spite of being somewhat similar in tone to its predecessor with the heroic Jedi Knights going beyond exhaustion with no aid in sight and everyone after them, but ironically should read Stealth first to understand the set up.. Harriet Klausner
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John Clayton More than 1 year ago
Was a boring their was not a plot in it and was horiable. I need to find some better books now because i love reading . I hope everyone will help me find a better book please!!!!!!!!!!