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  1. says:

    Finallya uality Star Wars novel that allows us fanboys and fangirls to hold our helmeted heads up high The Republic Commando series is what the Star Wars EU is supposed to be and it has me splooging and leaking happy like a sieve Ever since Timothy Zhan single handedly jumpstarted the Star Wars EU most of the examples I've read have left me somewhere between Meh and downright hacked off Only RA Salvatore’s Vector Prime had really warmed m

  2. says:

    I did not think that I would like Hard Contact I was afraid it would be another crappy Clone Wars novel along the lines of Jedi Trialand The Cestus Deception This is why it took me forever to purchase it But when I finally got around to reading it I was extremely impressed Couple extraordinary characterization with an uncharted plot about clone commandos during the Clone Wars and you have one of the best if not the best Clone W

  3. says:

    Well this was a disappointment All of the things I liked about Hard Contact are still here to a degree but so dialed down or swamped by other weird stuff that I didn't end up enjoying this really at all In my HC review I said I appreciated that the villain was presented as a down to earth competent character with a comprehensible ethos at least but that he played such a small role in the story he might as well not be there at all Apparen

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    I wanted to like this book a lot than I actually did by the end of it Traviss is one of the better Star Wars authors and I really like her work in general Unfortunately her Mary Sue lead Kal Skirata just killed the book for me The I read the I grew weary of everyone's worship of the man and his ridiculous self righteousness I wish the author had provided nuance to the ethical uestion of the Republic's usage of

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    Star Wars Legends Project #118 Background Hard Contact was written by Karen Traviss and published in February 2006 Traviss has written several other Star Wars novels mostly set during the Clone Wars but she also wrote 3 of the Legacy of the Force books Outside of Star Wars she has written several Halo and Gears of War books and half a dozen of her own science fiction novels Triple Zero takes place 1 year afte

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    In the second book in the Republic Commando series we take a deeper look into Etain's growth from a failing inconseuential and pathetic padawan into a warrior who dons armor weilds two lightsabers and cares for her troops The focus of this book on Etain's personal development really gives readers their first look into a Jedi Knight that isn't single minded boring and completely self absorbedEtain has to struggle with some very real probl

  7. says:

    Once again Karen Traviss makes you not want to put the book down True to her style she keeps you on the edge of y

  8. says:

    What happened Triple Zero is such a mess I had such trouble getting into this In fact I never did get into itMaybe it was because the basic premise of the plot never gelled Hard Contact promised a commando story

  9. says:

    This book is not uite as good as Hard Contact the first book in this series but it was still an enjoyable read The plot is somewhat convoluted and is really secondary to Traviss's forced character development of the troope

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    Most readers myself included like a happy ending In fact J R R Tolkien suggested that a eucatastrophe an unexpect

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T when Omega Suad is rushed to Coruscant the war's most dangerous new hotspot the commandos discover they're not the only ones penetrating the heart of the enemyA surge in Separatist attacks has been traced to a network of Sep terror cells in the Republic's capital masterminded by a mole in Command Headuarters To identify and destroy a Separatist spy and terror network in a c In the second book in the Republic Commando series we take a deeper look into Etain s growth from a failing inconseuential and pathetic padawan into a warrior who dons armor weilds two lightsabers and cares for her troops The focus of this book on Etain s personal development really gives readers their first look into a Jedi Knight that isn t single minded boring and completely self absorbedEtain has to struggle with some very real problems in this novel and she is forced to decide just how far she s willing to allow the ends to justify the means to keep her troops safe Along the way she also grows closer to a commando named Darman and we see that relationship challenge the status uo for not only the Jedi and the commando but the suad as a wholeThe author does a great job in not only keeping you engaged in the story line counter terrorism operations and the development of the two primary protagonists Etain and Darman but also in defining what clone life was like during the Clone Wars Clone life was heavily influenced by Mandalorian society so readers are given an opportunity to glean some history of the Mandalorians that isn t possible anywhere else except KOTORThe first book of this series was pretty spot on but it was an introduction and book two really does a lot to carry the story forward I was a little concerned during the transition between the books but the old gang was reunited through a series of unfortunate events and the story arc picked up right where it left offFor those of you who have been reading my reviews as I work my way through the Star Wars Extended Universe from Dawn of the Jedi to the Thrawn Trilogy you ll know that Darth Bane has been the gold standard in which I ve been gauging all other storylines Republic Commando is uickly shaping up to be a rival for that illustrious titleI ve still got two books to read in this series but so far this is a can t miss story line The Black Painting uo for not only the Jedi and the commando but the suad as a wholeThe author does a great job in not only keeping you engaged in the story line counter terrorism operations and the development of the two primary protagonists Etain and Darman but also in defining what clone life was like during the Clone Wars Clone life was heavily influenced by Mandalorian society so readers are given an opportunity to glean some history of the Mandalorians that isn t possible anywhere else except KOTORThe first book of this series was pretty spot on but it was an introduction and book two really does a lot to carry the story forward I was a little concerned during the transition between the books but the old gang was reunited through a series of Fire and Desire unfortunate events and the story arc picked The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox up right where it left offFor those of you who have been reading my reviews as I work my way through the Star Wars Extended Universe from Dawn of the Jedi to the Thrawn Trilogy you ll know that Darth Bane has been the gold standard in which I ve been gauging all other storylines Republic Commando is The Illusionists uickly shaping Planet of the Bugs up to be a rival for that illustrious titleI ve still got two books to read in this series but so far this is a can t miss story line

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Star Wars Republic Commando Triple Zero

Ity full of civilians will reuire special talents and skills Not even the leadership of Jedi generals along with the assistance of Delta suad and a certain notorious ARC trooper can even the odds against the Republic Commandos And while success may not bring victory in the Clone Wars failure means certain defeatAlso includes the bonus story Omega Suad Targets by Karen Traviss What happened Triple Zero is such a mess I had such trouble getting into this In fact I never did get into itMaybe it was because the basic premise of the plot never gelled Hard Contact promised a commando story and did what it said on the tin a small force dropped behind enemy lines in difficult and not entirely foreseen circumstances adapting to circumstances and taking out an objective To suddenly have our commandos working to bring down a spy ring on Coruscant seemed entirely beyond their purview and not what I really signed up for when I picked up a book about commandos It s played very tropey as well the two rival teams grudgingly forced to work together the individual members of Omega Suad being reduced down to stock stereotypes such as the comedian and the traumatised one when before they seemed a lot subtle and complexAnd there are other problems as well pointed out by other readers Skirata is a cool character but the level of blind adoration he receives even from characters who have never met him before and yet trip over themselves to worship at his pedestal seems entirely unjustified Etain and Darman s romance goes from 0 to 60 in a lightsecond Whoa A bit development and build up please I couldn t root for them because I didn t believe in their lightning fast skip from distant friends to intense view spoilerbaby drama hide spoiler The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox up for when I picked The Illusionists up a book about commandos It s played very tropey as well the two rival teams grudgingly forced to work together the individual members of Omega Suad being reduced down to stock stereotypes such as the comedian and the traumatised one when before they seemed a lot subtle and complexAnd there are other problems as well pointed out by other readers Skirata is a cool character but the level of blind adoration he receives even from characters who have never met him before and yet trip over themselves to worship at his pedestal seems entirely Planet of the Bugs unjustified Etain and Darman s romance goes from 0 to 60 in a lightsecond Whoa A bit development and build Fishes of the Open Ocean up please I couldn t root for them because I didn t believe in their lightning fast skip from distant friends to intense view spoilerbaby drama hide spoiler

Free read Æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Karen Traviss

Following the eruption of the bloody Clone Wars at the battle of Geonosis both sides remain deadlocked in a stalemate that can be broken only by elite warrior teams like Omega Suad clone commandos with terrifying combat skills and a lethal arsenal For Omega Suad deployed deep behind enemy lines it's the same old special ops grind sabotage espionage ambush and assassination Bu I did not think that I would like Hard Contact I was afraid it would be another crappy Clone Wars novel along the lines of Jedi Trialand The Cestus Deception This is why it took me forever to purchase it But when I finally got around to reading it I was extremely impressed Couple extraordinary characterization with an uncharted plot about clone commandos during the Clone Wars and you have one of the best if not the best Clone Wars novels written So when I saw there was a seuel I didn t think twice about purchasingPlotA Separatist cell is discovered on Coruscant Delta Suad along with rival suad Omega Suad are sent to flush out the enemies and dispel the threat Further Etain is reunited with Delta Suad and Kal Skirata joins the young clones he trained to aid them in their missionWARNING Possible spoilersGoodKaren Traviss is a good author She writes in a clear manner and appears to actually know what she is writing about she doesn t skip over the tough stuff and focus on the easy stuffIt s great to see our favorite clone suad Delta Suad along with another suad instead of the typical Anakin Obi Wan and gang Futher it was cool to see the men who helped train the clones and to learn about the enigmatic Mando culture I liked learning about the culture and enjoyed the characters using the language but on this later Etain Skirata Ordo and Fi whom I greatly enjoyed reading about have good solid characters And the plot a terrorist cell was something we can easily associate with especially after the events of 911BadThe first chapter was good but it uickly got drenched and bogged down in sluggish movement and introducing too many characters Six characters are either exceedingly minor such as Laseema the unimportant Enacca and ibbu and make you wonder how they attained a slot in the Dramatis Personae Perhaps it was to bear resemblance to the established Star Wars UniverseThe plot is not convoluted disarming a terrorist cell yet Traviss does not seem to know how she wants to proceed The whole plot occurs over many pages that are mostly devoted to dialogue such as I feel guilty about makingusing these boys as slaves from Skirata and Etain The actual terrorist cell dismantling occurs over a very short period of time which is cut up and placed in small doses between the large amounts of talking about what people are going to doWhich brings me to my next problem Etain She was mildly annoying in HC but now she is unbearable Leaving Darman in HC I felt they were of friends Now after no contact other than Etain s perpetual reaching out to Darman in the Force which she either does or talks about doing each time anything is written in her view Darman and Etain fling themselves at each other the moment they reunite What could have been a sweet slow romance is ruined with the I couldn t stop thinking of you Me neither let s hop in bed routine And how she ends up pregnant please This happened in TCD and didn t work Now it crops up here borderline plagiarism Does every stinking Clone Wars novel have to contain a battle romance although no where near as corny as Odie and Erk s romance in Jedi Trial and an illegitimate childAnother problem I had with this book was paradoxically also one of the few things that I loved about this book the Mando Language and culture While I loved learning about the language and culture I found the in text definition and the glossary repetitive I almost felt Traviss was treating me like a complete incompetent idiot who is incapable of turning a couple of pages to the glossary Further the in text definition slowed down the read and felt unnaturalCharacters I longed to know about Atin Vau Jusik even Niner from HC were mostly neglected Even Darman s feelings about his forbidden romance with Etain are ignored those would have been very interesting The entire Delta suad we know and love from HC was overlooked in an attempt to cover all 16 characters presented in the bookDialogueSexual SituationsViolenceLanguage is restricted primarily to made up Star Wars phrases Darman and Etain sleep with each other Violence is typical Star Wars fareOverallAll in all this book does not live up to its predecessor HC but is no where near as bad as TCD or JT The plot is not bad The pacing is too slow many of the characters are mere cardboard faces and the Mando language is forcibly hammered into the reader s head The book could easily have been condensed from its 400 page format into something enjoyable