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5.0 out of 5 stars What happened when the Republic took control of Corescant?, 25 May 1999
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This review is from: Krytos Trap (Star Wars X-Wing Book 3) (Paperback)
What happened in the early days of the Republic claiming Corescant, formally known as Imperial Centre. What about the Krytos disease that Isard has spread to the non-human population. This book answers these question and more! Featuring three differant points of view. The Imperial, in the form of Kirtan Loor, who had been left behind by Isard to make it difficult for the Rebels to control the population. The Rebel's in the form of Wedge Antilles, who must fight for his friend Tycho Celchu who has been accused of the murder of Corran Horn, and must also fight to help the citizens of Corescant who have fallen prey to the Krytos disease. And the prisoner, Corran Horn, who must find a way to free himself from Isards personal prison the Lusankya, to aquit his friend and commanding officer, and who finds a well known prisoner also held in Lusankya. Corran also discovers a strange ability within himself. Action packed from start to finish, Michael Stockpole creates a scene which rivals the film, with well loved characters popping up.
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