Against the Empire

Against the Empire The eighth book in the thrilling series from the New York Times best selling author of Jedi Quest and Jedi Apprentice As the Empire s power grows rebels face a choice Give inor fight Some form resist

  • Title: Against the Empire
  • Author: Jude Watson Judy Blundell
  • ISBN: 9780439681414
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • Against the Empire

    The eighth book in the thrilling series from the New York Times best selling author of Jedi Quest and Jedi Apprentice As the Empire s power grows, rebels face a choice Give inor fight Some form resistance on battleground planets Some go undercover, trying to fight the Empire from within And others watch and wait.For Ferus Olin, hatred of the Empire is personal TheThe eighth book in the thrilling series from the New York Times best selling author of Jedi Quest and Jedi Apprentice As the Empire s power grows, rebels face a choice Give inor fight Some form resistance on battleground planets Some go undercover, trying to fight the Empire from within And others watch and wait.For Ferus Olin, hatred of the Empire is personal The things that have been closest to him have been destroyed The Jedi Order he once belonged to has been decimated And the future isn t looking much brighterunless a true rebellion can be born.

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    One thought on “Against the Empire

    1. Crystal Starr Light

      Again, I won't do a full review as I didn't do one for the previous 6 books. That said, here are my thoughts:+ So much plot, changing every 2 seconds, and yet really no resolution.+ Too many characters, too little focus on the main ones.+ Yet another "turn to the Dark Side" storyline.+ Reunion of characters from earlier Watson books.+ Obi-Wan on the cover, when he appears for 4 pages at the end.+ Evul Empire is Evul - though is that because it's a kid's book or?I used to say that Watson's Jedi A [...]

    2. Thomas

      Against the Empire makes a shift in the focus of the series, as Trever becomes the main character for a bit. Once Lune has been enrolled in the Imperial Navy Academy, Trever infiltrates the Academy himself in the hopes to break him out. Of course, it's not that easy (when is it ever?), and to make it even more difficult, Watson brings back one her most despicable characters -- Jenna Zan Arbor.At the same time, Ferus is struggling with the power of the Dark Side. He's given over to hate after Vad [...]

    3. Angela

      Ferus is looking into Darth Vaders past, specifically the hospital where he was created. Meanwhile, his friend has gone to the academy to rescue a force user. This is a clever storyline, as the reader knows what Ferus may find and it just waiting for him to get there. Ferus is starting to experience the dark side and his struggle is interesting. A good read.

    4. Jaime Krause

      Trevor is in the Imperial Navy Academy on Coruscant to save Lune and is having a tough time adjusting. He can't be kicked out before he helps the boy, after all. But after they find each other, Lune is taken as a test subject to Jenna Zan Arbor. Vader's hired her to get her to eliminate memories. He doesn't want to think of his past life - including Padme - anymore.Ferus is hell-bent on revenge and uses his anger to mask his pain. He's on a slippery slope and while he recognizes his excuses for [...]

    5. Joshua P

      This is a very good book and it tops all the other books by far. In this book Ferus Olin, former Jedi apprentice on a mission to save any surviving Jedi anfter being betrayed and terminated, is starting to stray away from the good and starting to accept the dark side and it's anger that could destroy him and all hopes of the rebellion. Can he possible be both a Jedi and Sith or just in the middle without being corrupted? Well you'll have to read the book to find out. I recommend this book to eve [...]

    6. Cole Burgett

      As much as I love the personal story of Ferus Olin, I suppose the series would inevitably begin to weave the personal fabrics in with the grand tapestry of the larger Rebellion. I'm not sure if I'm sold on this direction yet, but I'm willing to give Watson the benefit of the doubt. I'm not sure where things go from here, but at book 8 of 10, I'm definitely just along for the ride. All the way to the end.

    7. Anilson Silva

      Overall i thought that this story was pretty dull and lacked the ability to interest me, but it had some ups sometimes along the story but overall I didn't really like the book, maybe if I had been a kid and read this I would have enjoyed it so I feel that this book is for younger readers

    8. Victor Orozco

      Another interesting look for Ferus Olin working against the Empire. But also interesting for Darth Vader as he begins to become annoyed with Ferus knowing full well there is unfinished business between them. C+

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