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Agents of Chaos II: Jedi Eclipse (Star Wars - The New Jedi Order): 1 Paperback – 19 Oct 2000
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A string of smashing victories by the forces of the sinister aliens known as the Yuuzhan Vong has left New Republic resources and morale stretched to the breaking point. Leia Organa Solo, estranged from her husband, Han, oversees the evacuation of refugees on planets in the path of the merciless invaders. Luke Skywalker struggles to hold the fractious Jedi Knights together, even while one of them undertakes a bold but reckless undercover mission.
Manipulating their alliance with the amoral Hutts, the Yuuzhan Vong leave a cunning trail of vital information where New Republic agents are sure to find it--information the desperate defenders cannot afford to ignore: the location of the aliens' next target.
Then Han Solo stumbles into the dark heart of raging battle, thus beginning a furious race against time that will require every skill and trick in his arsenal to win... --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
James Luceno is the New York Times bestselling author of the Star Wars novels Millennium Falcon, Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader, Cloak of Deception, Labyrinth of Evil, as well as the New Jedi Order novels Agents of Chaos I: Hero s Trial and Agents of Chaos II: Jedi Eclipse, The Unifying Force, and the eBook Darth Maul: Saboteur. He is also the author of the fantasy novel Hunt for the Mayan Looking-Glass, available as an eBook.He lives in Annapolis, Maryland, with his wife and youngest child." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Admitteldy, the author still knows how to write about the Yhuuzan Vong attacks: he portrays them in a far more affecting way than has been before. The cynical corporation which uses refugees is also a sign of some bite in the storyline.
Unfortunately, there are too many coincidences, too many dull sections, and too little of Han and Droma add up to mean that the first of the duology is still the best
Twenty one years after 'Return of the Jedi', the Hutts make an alliance with the Yuuzhan Vong, all the while attempting to sell the invaders' plans for a major new offensive to the New Republic. Meanwhile, the Jedi continue to struggle with their role in the war as Jacen and Anakin Solo travel to the Corellian system, where technicians are trying to utilise the awesome power of Centerpoint Station.
Luceno once again brings us an intriguing and exciting story whilst managing to tie together the disparate strands of the Star Wars Universe. My favourite element of the book was Anakin's struggle with the morality of reactivating Centerpoint and the opposing arguments from Jacen and the supposedly reformed Thracken Sal-Solo. However, it is also interesting to see Leia's journey to Hapes (where she might have ruled if not for marring Han) with Tenel Ka, a Jedi but also heir to the throne. The book comes to a shocking climax in one of the better written battles in recent Star Wars books.
Occasionally, Luceno tries to cram so much in that you can lose track of exactly who's doing what. And I don't like Droma either. He's just no substitute for the walking carpet.