Revelation (Star Wars: Legacy of the Force, Book 8) by Karen Traviss

By Karen Traviss

In this savage civil battle, all efforts to finish Jacen Solo’s tyranny of the Galactic Alliance have failed. Now with Jacen impending the peak of his darkish powers, no one–not even the Solos and the Skywalkers–knows if whatever can cease the Sith Lord sooner than his plan to avoid wasting the galaxy finally ends up destroying it.

Jacen Solo’s shadow of effect has threatened many, specially these closest to him. Jaina Solo is decided to carry her brother in, yet as a way to music him down, she needs to first examine surprising abilities from a guy she reveals ruthless, repellent, and hazardous. in the meantime, Ben Skywalker, nonetheless haunted via suspicions that Jacen killed his mom, Mara, makes a decision he needs to be aware of the reality, whether it expenses him his lifestyles. And as Luke Skywalker contemplates as soon as unthinkable innovations to dethrone his nephew, the hour of reckoning for these on each side attracts close to. The galaxy turns into a battlefield the place all needs to face their real nature and darkest secrets and techniques, and live–or die–with the implications.

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The way I discovered what Angier was doing, & what I did about him. 2. Olive Wenscombe (not my fault, NB). 3. What about Sarah? The children? The Pact extends even to this, does it? That's how I interpret it. If so, either I have to leave a lot out, or I have to put in a great deal more. I am surprised to discover how much I have already written. 4 When I was sixteen, in 1872, John Henry Anderson brought his Touring Magical Show to Hastings, and took up a week's residence at the Gaiety Theatre in Queens Road.

He performs the same illusion, using the identical secret, but he claims aloud that he is linking and unlinking the rings by sorcerous means. Would not his performance be judged differently? He would appear not skilled but mystical and powerful. He would be not a mere entertainer but a miracle worker who defied natural laws. If I, or any other professional magician, were there, I should have to say to the audience: "That is just a trick! The rings are not what they seem. " To which the miracle-worker would reply (falsely): "What I have just shown the audience is a product of the supernatural.

He would appear not skilled but mystical and powerful. He would be not a mere entertainer but a miracle worker who defied natural laws. If I, or any other professional magician, were there, I should have to say to the audience: "That is just a trick! The rings are not what they seem. " To which the miracle-worker would reply (falsely): "What I have just shown the audience is a product of the supernatural. " And here I would have no reply. I would not be able to reveal the workings of a trick, bound as I am by professional honour.

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