Star Wars The New Jedi Order #12: Enemy Lines II: Rebel Stand

Star Wars The New Jedi Order #12: Enemy Lines II: Rebel Stand

by Aaron Allston

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Star Wars The New Jedi Order #12 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 34 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could not put it down. Long chapters but a lot of story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
New Jedi Order series is great - only complaint is I can't wait for the next one to come out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Allston has lent his humor to the original characters and has it ever worked out well. It felt like old times with Han and Leia and who out there hasn't been dying to see Luke back in action. The Lord Nyax idea really kept me guessing, and it was an interesting spin in the middle of this war. I was slightly disappointed by who it turned out to be, as I had high hopes that it was a clone of someone else. The six sabre thing was too cool, and the Wraith's bring a very refreshing 'Rogue-ness' to the books. The continuation of Jaina/Jag is the new Han/Leia, and as I always say, the more Jaina the better. My favorite part of the book was Tahiri, and Allston made great use of one of the most interesting characters in the SW universe. Her 'I swim in pain!!' was classic. I hope she continues to be a focal point throughout the series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
my only request is that allston write the rest of the new jedi order books until the vong are defeated. tha last two books he wrote have been some of the best in the entire series. allston has star wars fans many thanks for bringing the characters back to life for us!!
surreality on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Plot: The follow-up to Rebel Dream; picks up the plot where that one left off and brings it to a temporary conclusion. It's part of a series, and the big background plot arc does not get advanced at all with this one. Together with its prequel, it's a very contained story.Characters: The focus is on a small number of known players, with the occasional walk-by of old acquaintances. The characters are kept the way they're generally drawn, though Allston dares to let them discover humor and even sarcasm. Style: Solid writing that doesn't take itself too seriously. Star Wars novels that make the reader laugh are rare, but this one manages on occasion. Good balance between the overall series main plot and this duology's smaller plots - other books in the series bring everything bar the kitchen sink, this one doesn't. Plus: Solid entertainment. Humour, especially situational humour. Minus: One of the main plot devices is given away very early in the book rather than to keep it hidden until the end. Tension doesn't quite build because of that. Summary: Just as Rebel Dream, a pleasant story to read that delivers on the promise of good entertainment.
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