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Ansion is considering seceding from the Republic. Because of its many important alliances, the Republic fears a mass exodus. The Jedi react by sending Obi-Wan and Anakin to join Luminara Unduli and Barris Offee on the planet Ansion and negotiate with the Anwali.
NOTE: Based on audiobook and novel.
When I first read this book, eons ago now, I had a hard time getting into it. I was reading, wondering when the story “started”. It took me a bit to realize that the journey to the Borokii, the travails
So there are some books where you sit and wait and wait and wait for something to happen. No, this book was the opposite. This book was one where something happens every five pages and its just too much. There is always a battle or an argument or a dispute or something or other going on….and not in a good way.
Appropriate that the book that ‘sets up’ the worst Star Wars movie of the 2 trilogies is the worst Star Wars book that I have read. It is not entirely fair to say this book is bad, as the author is clearly a good writer, (he uses words like ‘festooned’), but this book falls down in many areas.
Namely, despite the claim of setting up Episode II, it doesn’t. Unless of course you were wondering about the backstory to when Mace Windu says “Obi-Wan could do that, he just got back from a border dispu