Siege: Star Wars Legends (Star Wars: Clone Wars Gambit #2)
Hiding their lightsabers beneath their dusty disguises, Anakin and Obi-Wan draw ...more
When we last left our Jedi heroes, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker (this was Stealth, the first part of a two part story), they were about to crash their vehicle into the Lanteeban countryside after a narrow escape with General Lok Durd's forces. Now, our heroes struggle to reach Trebol, a small damotite mining village. There, they try to blend in and manage their escape. Meanwhile, Tyranus and S ...more
Same young-reader quality, but she starts somewhere and goes somewhere else. And gets there. So many books these days don't.
Obiw-Wan and Anakin fail to take c ...more
This book picks up immediately where the other one left off. After the pacing and suspense in the first book being so good, I possibly had expectations that were too high for this book. Either way, this book let me down. I have complain ...more
On the Outer Rim, the planet Lanteeb has no strategic value, no political power, and one enormous problem: It has been invaded by an emboldened Separatist Alliance. To find out why, Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi have snuck onto Lanteeb--and now look oblivion in the eye. . . .
Hiding their lightsabers beneath their dusty disguises, Anakin and Obi-Wan draw on their Jedi skills to stay one step ahead of Lok Durd's droid army on Lanteeb. The Jedi know that a captive scientist has
It wasn't a bad book, just rather predictable and not fun enough to make up for that. Or that could just be my taste for fun over dramatic. It certainly tries to be very serious and dramatic, and, for someone whose tastes run more to that, perhaps the predictability would seem more like ...more
Wenn ich die beiden immer so zusammen erlebe tut mir richtig das Herz weh. Würden sie sich d ...more
And then there is an army of battle droids firing relentlessly at a force field surrounding the local village that is holding up barely - and nobody knows if help is comin ...more
Anakin and Obi-Wan are stuck in a tiny village on the planet Lanteeb and the Separatists are on their tail. Meanwhile, the biological weapon is still being created and a danger to the galaxy.
I thought the author did a fantastic job with the characters from the movies. I had no problem picturing these characters and I loved how the author esp. portrayed Palpatine/Darth Sidious and his w ...more
Lastly, this book ...more
The absolute crisis, edge-of-death tone and situation can seem too much since there are so many of those one after the other in the Clone Wars era books, but maybe that is realistic and indicative of how ...more
Overall the best part of this novel, is the way that Karen Miller gets into the mindset of her characters. I think she really has done an ...more
This book returned to the more introspective and interesting writing that Miller brought to the table in Clone Wars: Wild Space. I'd love to see more of Taria Damsin. I would also like to see a story where Asokha meets Greeti again, after she leaves the order. Unfortunately the book still suffers from the things that help the first part of the duology back. The childish infighting and constant over sarcastic dialogue betwe ...more
and the odds are.. I won't ... The chemistry between these three = electric and fun everytime..
And t ...more
I will recommened this book to like people who like Star Wars and if you actually like read the books before this one that this book is for you.
Also writes as "K.E. Mills"
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Oh, all right.
I was born in Vancouver, Canada, and came to Australia with my parents when I was 2. I think. Dad’s an Aussie, Mum’s English, go figure. Talk about Fate and Destiny. But three passports come in hand ...more