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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Arrow (23 Aug. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0099410443
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099410447
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 1.8 x 17.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 440,510 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The dazzling Star Wars space adventure continues in The New Jedi Order as Luke Skywalker, Anakin Solo, Mara Jade Skywalker, and others battle their deadliest enemy in a tale of nonstop action, shadowy evil, and spectacular triumph . . .

About the Author

Greg Keyes is the author of the New Jedi

Order novel Edge of Victory Book One: Conquest.

Under the name J.Gregory Keyes, he is the #1

bestselling author of the Age of Unreason series,

featuring Newton's Cannon, A Calculus of Angels, Empire of

Unreason and The Shadows of God. He is also the author

of the Blackgod and The Waterborn. Keyes holds a Ph.D

in the anthropology of belief systems and mythology.

Born in Mississippi and raised there and on a Navajo

reservation in Arizona, he now lives with his wife in

Savannah, Georgia.


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With Edge of Victory II: Rebirth, Greg Keyes continues his salvation of the New Jedi Order series of Star Wars books. Keyes manages to create situations and characters that entice the reader to keep moving, to plow through his books as if there were nothing else in the world you could possibly conceive of doing. While Rebirth isn't quite as good as Conquest, it more than holds its own with the other books in the series. Unfortunately, Keyes bites off just a little too much and, with the limited page count, the book feels a little cramped.
I have just one word to say about the ending of Rebirth. Hallelujah!!! While I do have some issues with how many separate plots Keyes jammed into this 290 page book, I am very pleased to say that he avoids having them all end up in one place! He avoided it last book, too, but that was mainly because there was only one main plot. This time, there are several, and Keyes avoids the coincidence. On the other hand, because there are so few pages, the book is kind of hindered by them ending separately, as they feel a little diffuse. Still, I was thrilled to see it.
Surprisingly, even none of the plot lines feel like their neglected too badly, other than the Luke/Mara one. Keyes mainly avoids this by having the assault on the Vong world ship not take up too much room in the narrative. As much as other authors would use this as a high point, with a lot of space ship action, juking and jinking, explosions, and the like, Keyes makes this more about the relationship between Kyp Durron and Jaina Solo, as well as his relationship with the rest of the Jedi. There is still plenty of action, but there aren't a hundred pages of it, which was refreshing.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Sept. 2001
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Edge of victory II Rebirth is by far one of the most enjoyable books I have ever read. Personally I have read more or less every single book written about the star wars universe from "The Truce at Bakura" to this latest addition to the star wars saga, and out of all of them I can honestly say that this one has been one of the most enjoyable. It is without a doubt a must have for every star wars fan not only for some of the most vivid and descriptive imagery I have ever read but also for the most memorable and enthralling storyline, which not only deals with the continued relentless assault of the Yuuzhan Vong on the New republic, but also on the long awaited arrival of the newest member of the Skywalker family. This book is certainly a must have addition for not only Star wars fans, but for any fan of the sci-fi genre.
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Greg Keyes does it again. This was a pretty good book. Up there with the strongest so far of the NJO series. After a strange, weak start the story really hots up and the story arcs flourish. There are many character stories happening at the same time - and most unrelated, 2 large space battles, and quite a few bar brawls and one on ones. It is exciting, doesn't focus on anakin, but has everyone. #### SPOILERS #### Notable for 3 important reasons (more than most) - the birth of Ben Skywalker (a beautiful moment that cures Mara), Anakin's first kiss and the words 'We are the New Jedi Order' spoken by Kyp to Jaina (1st mention in series) oooo yeah. Readable and entertaining - bring on Star by Star! Im excited.
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I couldn't wait for this book to be realeased and I haven't been disappointed! There are some great plots in this book such as Mara's illness and the continuing relationship evolving between Anakin and Tahiri. Kyp Durron makes a comeback in this book being his usually violent self. The only downside with this book is that it is a bit short... that and I have to wait too long for the next book.
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By Ian Reay on 4 Mar. 2013
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these are continuing tales following on from one another dating back all the way to the last film return of the jedi , a must read for any Star Wars fan !!!!
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