Star Wars X-Wing #2: Wedge's Gamble [NOOK Book]

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Sleek, swift, and deadly, they are the X-wing fighters. And as the battle against the Empire rages across the vastness of space, the pilots risk both their lives and their machines for the cause of the Rebel Alliance. Now they must embark on a dangerous espionage mission, braving betrayal and death on the Imperial homeworld to smash the power of a ruthless foe!

It is the evil heart of a battered and reeling Empire: Coruscant, the giant ...
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Overview

Sleek, swift, and deadly, they are the X-wing fighters. And as the battle against the Empire rages across the vastness of space, the pilots risk both their lives and their machines for the cause of the Rebel Alliance. Now they must embark on a dangerous espionage mission, braving betrayal and death on the Imperial homeworld to smash the power of a ruthless foe!

It is the evil heart of a battered and reeling Empire: Coruscant, the giant city-world from whose massive towers the Imperial High Command directs the war. The Rebels will invade this mighty citadel in a daring move to bring the Empire to its knees. But first Wedge Antilles and his X-wing pilots must infiltrate
Coruscant to gain vital intelligence information. Capture means death, or worse--enslavement by the vicious leader known as "Iceheart," Ysanne Isard, now
Emperor in all but name. And one of Rogue Squadron's own is already her slave, a traitor hidden behind a mask of innocence, working to betray both colleagues and the Rebellion itself.

Features a bonus section following the novel that includes a primer on the Star Wars expanded universe, and over half a dozen excerpts from some of the most popular Star Wars books of the last thirty years!
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The eagerly-awaited new entry in the thrilling X-wing saga finally arrives.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780307796226
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/28/2011
  • Series: Star Wars: X-Wing Series , #2
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 368
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Even before his X-wing's sensors had time to scan and identify the new ship, Corran Horn knew it was trouble.  That knowledge was not based on the ship's unscheduled, unannounced reversion to realspace in the Pyria system.  In the month since the Rebel Alliance took the planet Borleias from the Empire, more ships than Corran cared to remember had popped in for a quick survey of the place.  Some were on diplomatic missions from worlds that had already joined the New Republic come to inspect the latest conquest of their forces.  Other ships had been sent by the rulers of planets who wanted to separate fact from propaganda before they decided if they wanted to shift allegiances in the galactic civil war.

Still others had been Imperial vessels on reconnaissance missions, and a goodly proportion of the rest were Alliance ships with legitimate business in the system.  All of them had to be checked out, and the hostiles discouraged, but the patrols had produced no serious incidents or fatalities.  This spawned a complacency among the pilots that was not conducive to long life, but even Corran had found it hard to keep his edge when no serious threats presented themselves.

The new ship's arrival slashed away his peace of mind like a vibro-blade.  The sensors reported a modified freight cruiser that had started life as a Rendili Star Drive ship--not in the Neutron Star-class of bulk cruiser, but something roughly a quarter that size.  That in no way made it remarkable or unusual--dozens of ships built on the same design had been through the system since its conquest.  The name, Vengeance Derra IV, followed the naming convention common among New Republic ships of recalling some event in the course of the civil war. It had even entered the system on the course and at the speed the Rebels had dictated for freighter traffic.

Still, something is not right here.  During his brief career with the Corellian Security Force, hunting down smugglers and other criminals, he'd learned to trust his gut feelings about things.  His father, Hal, and even his grandfather--both CorSec officers themselves--had encouraged him to follow his instincts in dangerous situations.  The sensation frustrated him with its elusiveness, as if it were no more tangible than the faint scent of a flower teasing his nose and defying identification.

It's enough that I know something is odd.  Exactly what isn't important at this point.  Corran keyed his comm unit.  "Rogue Nine to Champion Five, you handle the challenge.  Wait here with Six.  I'm going to go out and do a flyby."

"I copy, Nine, but we are supposed to expedite all shipping in this area.  They aren't in the challenge zone yet."

"Humor me, Five."

"As ordered, Nine."

The system patrols had been broken up to cover four zones around the planet of Borleias.  The plane of the ecliptic split the system up and down, with sun side and out splitting it core and rim.  Corran and two Y-wing pilots from General Salm's Defender Wing had up-and-out, which was by far the busiest sector because the planet's moon had moved out of it and sunward two days previous.

"Whistler, see what you can do about boosting our sensors to pick up any anomalous readings from that freighter."

The green and white R2 astromech blatted harshly at him.

"Yes, fine, there's likely to be lots of things wrong with that freighter." Corran frowned as he nudged his throttle forward and the X-wing started off toward the freighter. "I was thinking about inappropriate weapons or other odd things."

As Corran's fighter came in closer he began to get a visual feed on the ship. All of 150 meters long, it had the gentle curves of smaller ships, or the larger Mon Calamari warships.  The bridge was a bulge on the top of the bow that tapered back and down into a slender midship.  Two thirds of the way back toward the stern the ship's body flared out again to accommodate the star drives.  A communications array sat right behind the bridge, and quad laser turrets bristled off the bow and in a ring around the middle of the ship.

Whistler splashed a report on the ship onto Corran's primary monitor. It was a Rendili Star Drive's design, from the Dwarf Star-class of freighter. It shipped roughly fifteen hundred metric tons of equipment, ran with a crew of four hundred and had nine quad lasers as well as one tractor beam that could be used to pull salvage into the belly storage area.  The guns and carrying capacity made it a favorite for short-haul traders who were willing to work in areas of the galaxy where authority had broken down, or Imperial entanglements could be a problem.

"Champion Five here, Rogue Nine."

"Go ahead, Five."

"I challenged the Vengeance and it answered with a code that is good."

That surprised Corran because he couldn't shake the feeling that something was wrong with the ship.  "Did they get it on the first try?"

Five's comm unit didn't filter the surprise out of his voice.  "No, second pass.  Why?"

"I'll tell you later. Stay where you are, but get someone to lift from Borleias in an assault shuttle.  You and Six be ready for trouble."

"As ordered, Nine."

Whistler chirped an inquiry at Corran.

"Yes, I think it's exactly like the doubletaker case." Back on Corellia he and his partner, Della Wessiri, had investigated a series of burglaries where things had been stolen from houses, but there were no signs of forced entry. All of the security systems were manufactured by different companies, and installed and monitored by different agencies.  The key to cracking the case was that the ROMs used in the security systems all came from the same manufacturer. An employee had sliced the code that got burned into the chips so when a particular password was used on the locks, the system would spit out the correct password.  On the second try the thief would enter the correct code, get in, and rob the place.

The Y-wing fighters the Alliance used were old, but still vital, and most of them were a patchwork of new and old systems.  Spare parts were not easy to come by, and whatever were available were used quickly to keep the fighters in service.  It was conceivable that a sensor/comm unit integrator had been fitted with Dodd chips that gave away codes when checking them.  Arranging for such things would not be beyond the Empire's Director of Intelligence, Ysanne Isard, especially if it would help prevent the Rebel Alliance from taking Coruscant away from her.

Corran punched his comm unit over to the frequency the freighter was using. "Vengeance Derra IV, this is Lieutenant Corran Horn of Rogue Squadron. Stop now.  Stand by for boarding."

The freighter did not even slow, much less stop.  "Is there a problem, Lieutenant?"

Corran shifted the targeting crosshairs of his heads-up display over to lead the freighter, then sent a quad burst of red laser fire across the ship's bow. "Vengeance, standby for boarding.  There will only be a problem if you make one."

"Standing by."

The freighter began to roll to port, exposing its top toward Corran's ship. Not good.  "Five and Six, prepare proton torpedoes.  Link fire and lock on the freighter."

"Nine, they've done nothing."

"Yet, Five, yet."

Swinging up and around from the belly of Vengeance, four of the starfighters raced in toward Corran's X-wing.  Without waiting for them to start shooting, he slapped the stick to the right and brought the fighter up onto its starboard S-foil.  The TIEs started their own turns to port and began to dive, anticipating his escape maneuver.  Corran punched his left foot on the etheric rudder pedal, skidding the stern of his ship to starboard, then shot off straight in the opposite direction from his pursuit.

"Nine, we have two TIE bombers deployed."

"Five, fire on the Vengeance, then take the dupes.  I've got the eyeballs.  Let Borleias base know we have trouble." He knew the Y-wings would have little trouble outflying the dupes--pilot slang for the double-hulled bombers.  If he could keep the TIEs occupied, they wouldn't be in any position to harass the X-wings.  If the missiles the Y-wings launched at Vengeance were enough to take down the forward shields, the freighter's captain would have to think about running, which would distract the TIE pilots, since without him, they were stuck in the Pyria system.

Lots of ifs there.  Time to make some of them certainties.  He used a snap-roll to bring the fighter up on the starboard stabilizer again, then dove into a long loop that took him down to where Vengeance's bulk hid him from the TIEs.  Rolling his ship and applying some rudder, he arrowed straight in at the freighter.  This put him in position to watch as the quartet of proton torpedoes launched by the Y-wings nailed the ship's bow.  Each missile exploded against the shields like a star going nova.

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First Chapter

Even before his X-wing's sensors had time to scan and identify the new ship, Corran Horn knew it was trouble. That knowledge was not based on the ship's unscheduled, unannounced reversion to realspace in the Pyria system. In the month since the Rebel Alliance took the planet Borleias from the Empire, more ships than Corran cared to remember had popped in for a quick survey of the place. Some were on diplomatic missions from worlds that had already joined the New Republic come to inspect the latest conquest of their forces. Other ships had been sent by the rulers of planets who wanted to separate fact from propaganda before they decided if they wanted to shift allegiances in the galactic civil war.

Still others had been Imperial vessels on reconnaissance missions, and a goodly proportion of the rest were Alliance ships with legitimate business in the system. All of them had to be checked out, and the hostiles discouraged, but the patrols had produced no serious incidents or fatalities. This spawned a complacency among the pilots that was not conducive to long life, but even Corran had found it hard to keep his edge when no serious threats presented themselves.

The new ship's arrival slashed away his peace of mind like a vibro-blade. The sensors reported a modified freight cruiser that had started life as a Rendili Star Drive ship--not in the Neutron Star-class of bulk cruiser, but something roughly a quarter that size. That in no way made it remarkable or unusual--dozens of ships built on the same design had been through the system since its conquest. The name, Vengeance Derra IV, followed the naming convention common among New Republic ships of recalling some event in the course of the civil war. It had even entered the system on the course and at the speed the Rebels had dictated for freighter traffic.

Still, something is not right here. During his brief career with the Corellian Security Force, hunting down smugglers and other criminals, he'd learned to trust his gut feelings about things. His father, Hal, and even his grandfather--both CorSec officers themselves--had encouraged him to follow his instincts in dangerous situations. The sensation frustrated him with its elusiveness, as if it were no more tangible than the faint scent of a flower teasing his nose and defying identification.

It's enough that I know something is odd. Exactly what isn't important at this point. Corran keyed his comm unit. "Rogue Nine to Champion Five, you handle the challenge. Wait here with Six. I'm going to go out and do a flyby."

"I copy, Nine, but we are supposed to expedite all shipping in this area. They aren't in the challenge zone yet."

"Humor me, Five."

"As ordered, Nine."

The system patrols had been broken up to cover four zones around the planet of Borleias. The plane of the ecliptic split the system up and down, with sun side and out splitting it core and rim. Corran and two Y-wing pilots from General Salm's Defender Wing had up-and-out, which was by far the busiest sector because the planet's moon had moved out of it and sunward two days previous.

"Whistler, see what you can do about boosting our sensors to pick up any anomalous readings from that freighter."

The green and white R2 astromech blatted harshly at him.

"Yes, fine, there's likely to be lots of things wrong with that freighter." Corran frowned as he nudged his throttle forward and the X-wing started off toward the freighter. "I was thinking about inappropriate weapons or other odd things."

As Corran's fighter came in closer he began to get a visual feed on the ship. All of 150 meters long, it had the gentle curves of smaller ships, or the larger Mon Calamari warships. The bridge was a bulge on the top of the bow that tapered back and down into a slender midship. Two thirds of the way back toward the stern the ship's body flared out again to accommodate the star drives. A communications array sat right behind the bridge, and quad laser turrets bristled off the bow and in a ring around the middle of the ship.

Whistler splashed a report on the ship onto Corran's primary monitor. It was a Rendili Star Drive's design, from the Dwarf Star-class of freighter. It shipped roughly fifteen hundred metric tons of equipment, ran with a crew of four hundred and had nine quad lasers as well as one tractor beam that could be used to pull salvage into the belly storage area. The guns and carrying capacity made it a favorite for short-haul traders who were willing to work in areas of the galaxy where authority had broken down, or Imperial entanglements could be a problem.

"Champion Five here, Rogue Nine."

"Go ahead, Five."

"I challenged the Vengeance and it answered with a code that is good."

That surprised Corran because he couldn't shake the feeling that something was wrong with the ship. "Did they get it on the first try?"

Five's comm unit didn't filter the surprise out of his voice. "No, second pass. Why?"

"I'll tell you later. Stay where you are, but get someone to lift from Borleias in an assault shuttle. You and Six be ready for trouble."

"As ordered, Nine."

Whistler chirped an inquiry at Corran.

"Yes, I think it's exactly like the doubletaker case." Back on Corellia he and his partner, Della Wessiri, had investigated a series of burglaries where things had been stolen from houses, but there were no signs of forced entry. All of the security systems were manufactured by different companies, and installed and monitored by different agencies. The key to cracking the case was that the ROMs used in the security systems all came from the same manufacturer. An employee had sliced the code that got burned into the chips so when a particular password was used on the locks, the system would spit out the correct password. On the second try the thief would enter the correct code, get in, and rob the place.

The Y-wing fighters the Alliance used were old, but still vital, and most of them were a patchwork of new and old systems. Spare parts were not easy to come by, and whatever were available were used quickly to keep the fighters in service. It was conceivable that a sensor/comm unit integrator had been fitted with Dodd chips that gave away codes when checking them. Arranging for such things would not be beyond the Empire's Director of Intelligence, Ysanne Isard, especially if it would help prevent the Rebel Alliance from taking Coruscant away from her.

Corran punched his comm unit over to the frequency the freighter was using. "Vengeance Derra IV, this is Lieutenant Corran Horn of Rogue Squadron. Stop now. Stand by for boarding."

The freighter did not even slow, much less stop. "Is there a problem, Lieutenant?"

Corran shifted the targeting crosshairs of his heads-up display over to lead the freighter, then sent a quad burst of red laser fire across the ship's bow. "Vengeance, standby for boarding. There will only be a problem if you make one."

"Standing by."

The freighter began to roll to port, exposing its top toward Corran's ship. Not good. "Five and Six, prepare proton torpedoes. Link fire and lock on the freighter."

"Nine, they've done nothing."

"Yet, Five, yet."

Swinging up and around from the belly of Vengeance, four of the starfighters raced in toward Corran's X-wing. Without waiting for them to start shooting, he slapped the stick to the right and brought the fighter up onto its starboard S-foil. The TIEs started their own turns to port and began to dive, anticipating his escape maneuver. Corran punched his left foot on the etheric rudder pedal, skidding the stern of his ship to starboard, then shot off straight in the opposite direction from his pursuit.

"Nine, we have two TIE bombers deployed."

"Five, fire on the Vengeance, then take the dupes. I've got the eyeballs. Let Borleias base know we have trouble." He knew the Y-wings would have little trouble outflying the dupes--pilot slang for the double-hulled bombers. If he could keep the TIEs occupied, they wouldn't be in any position to harass the X-wings. If the missiles the Y-wings launched at Vengeance were enough to take down the forward shields, the freighter's captain would have to think about running, which would distract the TIE pilots, since without him, they were stuck in the Pyria system.

Lots of ifs there. Time to make some of them certainties. He used a snap-roll to bring the fighter up on the starboard stabilizer again, then dove into a long loop that took him down to where Vengeance's bulk hid him from the TIEs. Rolling his ship and applying some rudder, he arrowed straight in at the freighter. This put him in position to watch as the quartet of proton torpedoes launched by the Y-wings nailed the ship's bow. Each missile exploded against the shields like a star going nova.

Excerpted from STAR WARS®: WEDGE'S GAMBLE by Michael A. Stackpole ®, TM, © 1996 by Lucasfilm, Ltd. Excerpted by permission of Bantam Books, a division of the Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2012

    In some ways, this feels like the "Empire Strikes Back" of the book series

    In my review of the previous title in the series, I said something about how I like the author's work better when he had his characters behind the controls of a piece of science ficiton hardware. I think I may need to adjust that opinion seeing as I liked this book as well, although for most of it the characters spend very little of the story flying the spacecraft mentioned in the title.

    In some ways, this feels like the "Empire Strikes Back" of the book series. The big air combat sequence is at the start of the story, the main characters are broken up into groups so there are a few different plot lines going on for each group, and it ends up with a cliffhanger to lead into the next work in the series.

    If I had to point to any problems with this book, it's that the character flavor bits start to get a little repetative. One character should probably go see a doctor with how often he mentions that a previous injury hurts when in a stressful situation. Everyone from the same planet mentions that they don't care about the odds, and at least once it's said by two different characters back to back. And even little bits of business from the previous book start to get worn out, such as when a character reaches for his good luck charm. The character quirk was an interesting addition in the previous book. In this book, since the character doesn't have the charm on him for a good portion, we not only get the brief discription of the gesture, but then thought process of remembering he doesn't have it, why he doesn't have it, where it currently is, and how he hopes that it will still bring him luck.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2002

    An Awesome Book

    This book is awesome. It ties romance, danger adventure and suspence into one big knot. I highly recomend reading this book and all the other books in the series!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2001

    Who else wants in the squadron?

    This second volume of the X-wing series is a departure from what I expected. Very little time was spent in the X-wings! The concentration on disguise and subterfuge on the ground was different. I really liked how the Emperor's propaganda was shown -- I never thought about the spin he would put on his actions. Stackpole carries this series well with 'lesser' characters-- we don't have to have Luke or Han or any of the other 'heavyweights' come blazing in. These average Rebels get the job done. I'd love to join, but I guess I'll stick to the game.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2000

    A Great Addition to the Star Wars Saga

    A great book. It's going to be a hard act to follow for Micheal Stackpole. I read this book in 3 days it was so suspensful and action packed. Highly recommended.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    The New Republic is taking Coruscant!

    The New Republic is taking Coruscant!It is not bad, even though it gets off-point sometimes. But I will still recomend this book to any Star Wars fan.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2009

    I prefer a straight fight to all this sneaking around.

    Like i said above this book has very little fight sequences and more sneaking around. Although the end makes up for the rest of the book it's a very slow read. Some of the parts I laughed outloud and some parts I just wanted to throwup. The end of the book is a cliff hanger and sets up nicely for the next book. So only read this book if you are continuing the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2009

    Great but Selonians look like squirrels

    This book was awesome, however there was one part in which Corran Horn tells Mirax he slept with a Selonian...... THAT IS DISGUSTING. Does anyone know what a Selonian looks like??? If not check it out here: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Selonian
    See what I mean? I enjoyed the book from start to finish, but this one thing bugged the hell out of me, and STILL bugs the hell out of me. Seriously that is sooooooo wrong on sooooooo many levels of wrongness...
    But otherwise a great read!

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2006

    Rouge Spys

    Wedge and the rest of the gang[Rouge Squadron] do some major spying. In disguise they go to Coruscant and set up the path to capture the urban planet from Remnant Empire leader Ysanne Isard. Along the way the Rouges find themselves in some tight spots, which leads to Action and Adventures.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2003

    CORRENS NEW DAWN

    This book is good for the Star Wars fan. It is not typicaly what I would expect in a Rouge Squadren. The book is not what I would call a climatic thriller, yet it has a lot of action in the end

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2002

    just as obsessive as Lord of the Rings

    Great book. i read it in 4-6 days.. I had no problem envisioning the fight sequences (and they say TV and video games destroy imagination). There is only one thing wrong, with this book, and the whole series for that matter. IT HAS TO END!!! (also, these books are getting pretty hard to find.)

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    Posted February 17, 2014

    Who is the traitor

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    Charmkit

    (Okie dokie artichokie)

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  • Posted November 21, 2010

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    Just another part of a slow start

    A good portion of this story is devoted to the planning phases of a military gamble. Now, many great novels can be described this way. However, this is not one of those novels. It took too much time to get to the action of the story. It is important to be patient with this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2007

    loved it as much as the first one

    i loved this book as much as the first one i suggest all trekkies read this book and the rest of the x wing series by michael stackpole and aaron allston

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