in the bowels of the captured capital planet of Coruscant,
a hunted Jedi is hidden with an unexpected mentor who teaches
him new ways to understand the Force - and what it means to
be a Jedi...
relationship between Jacen Solo and Vergere is not dissimilar
to that between Luke Skywalker and Yoda in The Empire Strikes
Back. Once again a promising young Jedi Knight is being
tutored in the ways of the Force by a mysterious creature
- although this time around it is not clear whether the teacher
is driven by the darkside.
Woodring Stover manages to weave a tangled plot on familiar
territory, balancing a thin line between dark and light. But
dig a little deeper and there is very little there to get
your teeth into. At
times I had difficulty visualising Stover's world - which
is not a good sign for a writer.
best this is an average read - and while it does add much
to the Star Wars universe, by its conclusion I was
past caring. Oh, and Cliff Nielsen's cover art is so dull.
What happened there?
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