|Mass market paperback, 357 pages|
Acquired January 2006
Previously read February 2006
Reread November 2015
by Troy Denning
Seven Years after the Invasion
Well, at least the Squibs are in it. It has that going for it. Otherwise: dead boring, and a frustratingly out-of-character autocratic Luke. I feel like Lucasfilm had an endpoint in mind (Luke as Grandmaster of a New Jedi Order structured exactly like the old Jedi Order), and that endpoint had to be reached whether it made sense or not. I want a happy Jedi Order that fundamentally gets along, not a group of argumentative children ruled by a dictator.
Next Week: That's it for the New Jedi Order! Next, I'll wrap up my Deep Space Nine reread with the first of two remaining books. Doctor Bashir goes on the run in Warchild!