Against the Empire (Star Wars: Last of the Jedi, Book 8) by Jude Watson

By Jude Watson

The 8th booklet within the exciting sequence from the recent York instances best-selling writer of Jedi Quest and Jedi Apprentice.

As the Empire's energy grows, rebels face a call: supply in...or struggle. a few shape resistance on battleground planets. a few move undercover, attempting to struggle the Empire from inside of. And others watch and wait.

For Ferus Olin, hatred of the Empire is own. The issues which were closest to him were destroyed. The Jedi Order he as soon as belonged to has been decimated. And the long run isn't having a look a lot brighter...unless a real uprising should be born.

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