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Cestus, dawny świat bursztynowych piasków, miedzianych wzgórz i lazurowych jezior, stał się areną groźnego konfliktu. Jego przyczyną jest produkcja śmiercionośnych robotów, które Republika wstrzymała po Wojna Klonów. Separatyści nie zamierzają jednak rezygnować z lukratywnego interesu. Żeby zapobiec międzygalaktycznej katastrofie, Obi-Wan Kenobi podejmuje trudną misję. Nie

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    Crystal Starr Light

    Ord Cestus is an out-of-the-way planet that the Republic reneged on their payments with. Which turns out to be a bad thing when the planet begins negotiations with the Separatists over a new droid, a JK or “Jedi Killer”. Obi-Wan Kenobi and Kit Fisto are sent with Doolb Snoil and ARC trooper, A-98 “Nate”, to repair the situation.

    While listening to this audiobook, I ended up with quite a few notes. I’ll let my notes speak for themselves:

    1. Yay, Kit Fisto is in a novel! And his lightsaber form is F

    While listening to this audiobook, I ended up with quite a few notes. I’ll let my notes speak for themselves:

    1. Yay, Kit Fisto is in a novel! And his lightsaber form is Form I!
    2. Uh…is this REALLY Kit Fisto? He kinda acts angry all the time…and really serious…does he have a headache?
    3. Why do we bother including Anakin at all in this novel? He never reappears.
    4. Uh, 80,000 credits per JK unit isn’t that expensive. Plus, is it just me or does this technology sound like a rejected Star Trek plot point?
    5. Why can’t the Jedi sense the Force in the Darsha eels? They can sense the Force in everything else. In fact, not sensing the Force is a HUGE plot point for the New Jedi Order/Yuuzhan Vong storyline, sooooo…
    6. Yay, the Koornacht Cluster is mentioned again.
    7. Uh, why is Ord Cestus so critical to everything again? If it’s so critical, why do Obi-Wan and Kit employ such a stupid plan that is a sure-fire way to get them in serious trouble? Isn’t the whole deception thing kinda against the Jedi code anyway?
    8. What’s WITH the whole Dashta Eels thing anyway? First they aren’t sentient…now they are but only some of them. And people interact with them? And then…they can’t kill because they go nuts? HUH? How does that work with the first scene?
    9. Are we done with all the backstory? Doolb Snoil has a backstory; Trillit has a backstory; Fizzik has a backstory; and Sheeka Tull has a backstory…ENOUGH!
    10. What is the point of G’Mai’s duel?
    11. Where is Dooku?
    12. Clones talk about humanity! Haven’t seen THAT one before!
    13. What’s up with Asajj? Sitting along the sidelines and cackling about how great you are and how you are going to kill someone does not make you ominous. Neither goes cackling “Delicious” when thinking about destroying Obi-Wan. That was in Villains 101.
    14. A person can learn a light whip in a few hours? COOL! (not)
    15. What is up with Sheeka Tull? Don’t people find it kinda crazy that she falls in love with Nate because he’s Jango? And what’s with all these former lovers being unable to move on after a relationship, even though it ended over a decade ago?
    16. Can Sheeka’s character be any more cliched? Jango’s ex: check. Bad guy who is found to not be a bad guy, just someone who did something “against the law for her sister”: check. Insensitive but supposedly the reader should sympathize with her: check.
    17. STOP TELLING! SHOW US!
    18. Jedi support…ANARCHISTS?
    19. Could someone please explain to me the politics in this book? Because this doesn’t make ANY sense.
    20. Are Sheeka and Nate done falling in love yet? Because I’m over that plotline.
    21. Can we kill Doolb yet? Please?
    22. Did someone use the Cliche Book of Cliched Novels for writing this? “Use your heart”? “What do you feel?” Is this Pocahontas?
    23. Wow, ARCs are so good, if someone comes up behind them and reads over their shoulders, they can’t even tell!
    24. X’Ting are sorta interesting.
    25. Can we stop talking about humanity?
    26. Can we stop watching Sheeka and Nate fall in love?
    27. What the heck are Obi-Wan and Kit doing in the lightsaber battles?
    28. Why does Obi-Wan tell Kit that delving into the Force is bad? Aren’t Jedi supposed to do this?
    29. Sheeka, barking with laughter is NOT attractive.
    30. OMG! The audiobook SO DID NOT end like that!

    If you’ve gotten through that, I commend you. Most of those are direct transcriptions of my notes (which covered both sides of two 5X8 sheets of paper).

    This book isn’t horrible. But it isn’t brilliant either. Mostly, it’s just…mind-numbingly dull. I never bought how important Obi-Wan and Kit’s mission is, and right there, that’s a major problem. If I can’t buy the whole premise of the book, well, why bother reading? Learning about Nate’s humanity was cool, but I just found Sheeka’s love for him to be a little creepy. Plus, Karen Traviss did a way better job with clones falling in love in all her books (and I’m not even a big fan of the middle ones).

    Ultimately, I would skip this novel. It contributes nothing to the Clone Wars (the conflict is pitifully small and the attempts to bloat its importance in the grand scheme of things are just embarrassing), nothing to the characters, nothing to the Star Wars universe. Read if you insist on reading them all, but I highly recommend you pass this puppy over.
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    Nicole

    Jul 22, 2007

    rated it
    really liked it

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    review of another edition

    Recommends it for:
    julia Andersen, Paul Bennett, other Star Wars fans
    Recommended to Nicole by:
    Cilghal2

    Well-written, with fully realised characters. Even made me forget at times that the alien race in question is basically a bunch of overgrown bugs. But that’s one difference between the page and the screen. The story is an interesting study of duty and honour. The author really gets into Obi-Wan Kenobi’s head and convincingly depicts how he operates within the Force. There’s a very Zen feel to it. Obi-Wan’s quiet confidence in himself as an instrument of the Force makes him powerful. He doesn’t t

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    Robert

    Jan 23, 2016

    rated it
    liked it

     · 
    review of another edition

    Recommends it for:
    Fans of Kit’s Fists

    Ungh, so many mixed feelings on this one…let’s just plunge right in to the review!

    Jedi robes. So cumbersome.

    Positives: Barnes sure can write some tight, compelling prose, and his treatment of the Clone characters was insightful.

    Also, the action sequences were above par, particularly the close-quarters fighting scenes in which the author was able to draw upon his own considerable experts (multiple black belts, etc.)

    Lastly, I honestly wasn’t expecting that one of the most noteworthy deceptions in the book would be carrie

    Jedi robes. So cumbersome.

    Positives: Barnes sure can write some tight, compelling prose, and his treatment of the Clone characters was insightful.

    Also, the action sequences were above par, particularly the close-quarters fighting scenes in which the author was able to draw upon his own considerable experts (multiple black belts, etc.)

    Lastly, I honestly wasn’t expecting that one of the most noteworthy deceptions in the book would be carried out not by the nefarious Separatists but by the noble Jedi Obi-Wan and Kit Fisto. Nice to see the “good guys” get creative and try one on, even if it was ultimately unsuccessful and humiliating for poor Kenobi.

    Negatives:

    Probably too many characters, ultimately, to really service what was a fairly straight-forward story. The crime lord Trillot, and her cousin even more so, were pretty superfluous.

    Also, Doolb Snoil gets killed off somewhat randomly, scant pages after barely getting rescued from an escape pod. Maybe this was meant to be the “Now it’s personal!” stakes-raising moment, but it fell flat for me.

    Though I liked the ARC Trooper character Nate, his romance arc felt a bit forced at times. And did Sheeka really need to be Jango Fett’s ex? Kinda creepy.

    And the less said about the complete non-event of a showdown between Duris and Quill, the better.

    In Spanish, disappointment is decepción, which is what I felt about this book after a very promising start.
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