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Star Wars: Legacy of the Force III - Tempest [Mass Market Paperback]

Troy Denning
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7 Dec 2006 Star Wars (Book 3)
As the stand-off between the Galactic Alliance and its rebellious member states erupts into full-blown battle, the new Corellian leadership develops a desperate plan to draw the Hapan Consortium into the war on their side. But the plot poses a moral quandry for Han and Leia Solo, who cannot abide deliberately spreading the war any more than they can the murder of the Hapan Queen Mother, ex-Jedi Knight Tenel Ka. Taking it upon themselves to save her life - and that of her young daughter, Allana - the Solos set in motion a firestorm of confusion and mayhem that will pit children against parents, bring Luke Skywalker into battle with his foremost nemesis, and leave them at the mercy of one of the Jedi's oldest and most deadly enemies.

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Arrow (7 Dec 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0099492040
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099492047
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 10.8 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 261,110 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The Legacy of the Force - the brand-new, multibook Star Wars epic that dares to go where only the New Jedi Order has dared to go before!

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The Legacy of the Force - the brand-new, multibook Star Wars epic that dares to go where only the New Jedi Order has dared to go before!

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5.0 out of 5 stars star wars 5 May 2014
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I am a big star was fan have been for years, I have past on my love for star wars to my sisters little boy like my mother did for me
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3.0 out of 5 stars Star Wars Book 11 Mar 2014
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I bought three Star Wars novels as a birthday present for my son who enjoys these science fiction type books.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Jedi fight club 25 Oct 2013
By SteveR
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Excellent read with intrigue and battles. Love the build-up and direction the gives the series

Keep books like this coming they add a wide view on the Star Wars galaxy whilst keeping you hoping for our favorite characters on their journey.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 19 Mar 2013
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Loved every page Jacens journey through this series is riviting can't wait to read the next instalment. Simply excellent book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unputdownable sequel... 16 Jan 2011
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When I picked this book up at midnight last night, it was with the intention of reading for ten or twenty minutes before going to bed. Three hours later, I put the finished book down. From the prologue to the end, I found no point in the book where I didn't want to read "just the next few pages..."

As with the previous book, Bloodlines, I started reading with some trepidation that the third (and final) author in the series would not meet the quality that I had found in the first two. I'm happy to be able to say I needn't have worried. Denning is at least as good as the Aalston and Traviss, and once more I'm glad that I started reading this series.

There are a few differences between the three authors, Denning doesn't start a section with the location as the other two did, for example, and his style is a little different, but I think that the three authors write similarly enough to make the series seem consistent, and so far the stories meld together well.

Now, in previous reviews I've expressed dislike at prologues mid-series. To me a prologue is something that happens before the main story, and out of place in sequels. So when I found that this had a prologue, I expected to be annoyed by it. However, it isn't really a prologue as the story pretty much leads on directly, just as the epilogue is more of a final chapter than the "Some time Later" that I normally expect it to be.

And to be honest, that is the biggest thing I didn't like about this book. The words "prologue" and "epilogue". Which is nothing at all really. Perhaps I would have preferred a more definite conclusion to Lumiya's storyline, but I'm assuming that it was left vague on purpose. I guess I'll find out in book four.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Check your credulity at the door 15 April 2007
By Daiho
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This third volume in the Legacy series is perhaps the easiest read thus far. Denning brings a light touch to composition, leading the reader from sentence to sentence, paragraph to paragraph, chapter to chapter. It's a wonderful experience to be carried along so effortlessly, caught up in a spell that for a short time obscures the world outside these pages.

If you can afford to stay in that zone, the book might work better for you than if you have to read it in sections over a period of a week or more, in which case the twisted plot and the large cast make rereading previous portions of the book a necessity in picking up the threads.

The series limps along without any additional information about what's causing this galaxy-wide conflict, so leave behind any such expectations, then get ready to swallow this: Han Solo, the newly minted Correllian nationalist, is sent along with Leia as emissary to convince the Hapes Consortium to remain neutral in Corellia's conflict with the Galactic Alliance. In reality, they've been sent as bait to lure Queen Tenel Ka into the open for an assassination attempt, part of a wider plot to install a pro-Corellian government on Hapes. Realizing they've been set-up, Han and Leia try to warn the Queen, only to be caught up in the shooting once the assassin strikes. Everyone thinks Han and Leia are part of the plan and so the two play along, teaming up with and helping the frustrated assassin escape so that they can uncover the plotters. From there it just gets sillier, as the Solos convince the assassin's handler that they are in fact part of a plot to kill the former Jedi and longtime friend of the family, and later when the shooting resumes to do nothing to save the Queen in order to protect their credentials as Corellian nationalists.
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