Star Wars Fate of the Jedi #3: Abyss

Star Wars Fate of the Jedi #3: Abyss

by Troy Denning
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Star Wars Fate of the Jedi #3: Abyss 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 206 reviews.
geoffro2011 More than 1 year ago
I've fallen in love with this series. After I read Outcast I haven't been able to wait to get my hands on the next one. Abyss is a great read and it was very exciting and entertaining. Great way to keep the series going.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Abyss is beyond awesome. I think there is a war brewing between Daala and Jag Fel. I can see Galactic Civil War 3 coming, except this time the Galactic Alliance are the bad guys and the Galactic Empire are the good guys as weird as that sounds. The only question is whose side are the New Jedi Order going to be on? I really want to see Jaina Solo form the Imperial Knights from Star Wars Legacy, and it looks like this series is pushing her towards that which would be extremely cool in my opinion. It was nice to see Han and Leia Solo doing something useful in this series for the first time. I thought their part in Outcast and Omen was weak and a waste of time. That is not the case here and hopefully they continue to be important in the future. The Lost Sith Tribe is great and the new villainess that is introduced in this book is creepy and weird. Luke and Ben Skywalker seem to take a trip into the Twilight Zone in this book and along the way they meet a few dead relatives which is a very cool part of the book. There are some really well done battle scenes, with the highlight being a battle between the Skywalker family and some members of the Lost Sith Tribe. I was not a big fan of Vestara Kahi back in Omen, because she reminded me too much of Mara Jade Skywalker and being the Mara fan that I am. I did not like Vestara at all in Omen, but it was hard not to like her in Abyss. Vestara is awesome in Abyss and the girl can fight. I was impressed by her here. Luke Skywalker was awesome as always, and displays once again why he is the best Jedi in the galaxy. I also like what he has planed for his son Ben which is cool and fitting I think. I just can't wait for Backlash. I wish it was coming out sooner because Abyss left me begging for more.
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My favorite part by far was when Luke and Ben were talking to Anakin, Mara, and Jacen in the Lake of Apparations. It was awesome when Jacen said he forgave Jaina and Ben just lost it. Go, Ben! You tell that nerf-brain!
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The exchange is a group of bounty hunters. You can come here and post a bounty on someone.
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I liked the book,I think they protreyed the characters in the right way; Jag and Jaina's relationship was okay, Mr Denning did a good job with Anakin Solo's character; showing Anakin at the ale means he can not be brought back which makes me sad Good father-son bonding between Lukeand Ben Skywalker the book is a good read
Heather13HH More than 1 year ago
This series is taking the Jedi into a very interesting direction.
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This one has missing letters as it was obviously scanned in from the book and the OCR did a poor job with many words and names. There are at least 3 errors on the first page alone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you're smart, you'll buy the cheaper one
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Troy Denning does a good job of continuing an already outstanding series. While Abyss was not as good as Outcast or Omen, it is still a very srong entry, with, once again, more secrets revealed and more mysteries introduced. The Coruscant storyline was a bit dull, but the continuation of Luke and Ben's quest, the new dynamic of the realm known as "beyond shadows", and the thrilling climax of the novel more than makes up for it. All in all, a solid continuation of a great series.
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