Star Wars Legacy of the Force #6: Inferno

Star Wars Legacy of the Force #6: Inferno

by Troy Denning
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Star Wars Legacy of the Force #6: Inferno 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 78 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i have not read the book yet but i heard alot of stuff about books 2 3 4 and 5 im still am reading book one by aaron allston and it seriously is amazing cant wait to get to this book im a big fan of both the sith and the jedi
TheHalfBloodPrince More than 1 year ago
amazing from begining to the very end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jacen will kill whoever he needs to to get his way. Now he has killed Mara and burned Kyyshyyyk. The best thing about this series is that each book is better than the last.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book was good but not great . Not my favorite of this series but some really great fights.
Charizard More than 1 year ago
Spoiler-free Review                                                                                                      Inferno is a strong entry in the Legacy series, featuring many of the best elements of Star Wars: light v. dark, space combat, lightsaber duels, heartbreaking betrayal, and Wookiees! It’s a thrilling read – leaving you turning the page anxiously with every plot thread. Looking at Legacy as a whole, this is one of the best, most cohesive novels. In particular, I was glad to see Alema’s Korriban plot. I think it introduced an element of plot that was needed for this series. Ultimately, Inferno takes many of the main characters to pivotal, decisive moments surrounding their support of Jacen and the Galactic Alliance. If you’re hesitant about reading Legacy for whatever reason, I’d venture into it so that you can experience the ride this novel offers.
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I liked the book and am enjoying the series but i kept having issues where the text would disappear or the page would not turn
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story is excellent and interesting, the format of this nook book is awful. Missing words and bad spacing all throughout! :(
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This book is very well writen. The fight aboard the anakin solo is the best though
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peacewarrior075 More than 1 year ago
After "Sacrifice" it becomes evident that the tone of the LOTF series has to change entirely, mostly because of Jacen's transition to Darth Caedus, but also because of the resolve of the central characters, most notably Luke, Jaina, and Ben. What Caedus has become in a world where he alone is the powerful Sith is a little frightening, especially if you were familiar with his old character. The book ends with Luke finally getting into it with Caedus, which is great considering you want almost every Jedi to get a whack at him by the end of the series. Ben's story arc actually develops beyond what you might think as well, setting the tone for the last third of the series.
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