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  1. says:

    “The choice is always with us demanding to be made with every action we take even in peacetime”Anakin has sent Ahsoka with Captain Rex as the two observe the testing of a new ship the Leveller commanded by Gilad Pellaeon But things go awry when Hallena Devis a Republic spy and Pellaeon's lover is captured on FathI LikedThere is

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    One of the best Star Wars books I've read and I've read 79 Traviss gets right inside people and makes them live and you care about themParadoxically this story is so far out of the main stream of the SW universe that it's almost general science fiction Though it has a few of the Big Names they don't contribute much to the plot Yes i

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    Well this was somethingThis book is a manifesto detailing the flaws of the Clone Wars era Jedi Order The vehicle by which this is done is the Altisian Jedi a splinter group of heretics who are everyone's favorite Mary Sue Jedi Order They allow and encourage love and relationships They accept anyone for training no matter

  4. says:

    My first thought setting out to write the review for this book is that now is an appropriate moment for a callback to my last review “the last years of EU publishing began to offer material that felt rushed churned out short at 250 pages and somehow still padded with filler and thinly sketched” No Prisoners would be a classic example of

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    Honestlyout of all the Star Wars The Clone Wars books in this series this one was definitely the weakest I still liked the book just not as much as the Wild Space Stealth and Siege It just doesn't seem as memorable as the

  6. says:

    Ahsoka Rex and a bunch of green clone troopers join forces with Captain Pellaeon to rescue a Republic intelligence officer who's also Pellaeon's loverAlthough this story is pretty inconseuential to the Star Wars Legends canon it is nonetheless very readable The introduction of Altis' attachment positive Jedi sect gives some interest and backstory to the character of Callista who was introduced years earlier as a love interest for

  7. says:

    I was left off with the last novel thinking this one would follow Anakin searching for R2 that may have been an episode of the animated series but Anakin sure lost R2 a few times And if it didn’t follow that storyline in the last book it was poor writing to include just to try and fit the story in the Clone Wars timeline Next I was rather bored with this novel I thought it was going to be an Asoka adventur

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    The Good NewsAnakin my least favorite Star Wars characters of all time wasn't nearly as annoying in this one as he usually is Probably because his role was minor Padme was in this one and I like her even though her role was minuscule I liked the title and how it was part of the plot The Bad NewsThis one wasn't my favori

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    I thought this was the best Star Wars book I have ever read Admittedly I have only read a few but I thought that the charact

  10. says:

    Generally excellent even though I get the impression that Traviss really wanted to tell the story of Gil and Hallena but needed to include Anakin Rex and Ahsoka to maintain continuity with the TV series The character of Altis and his followers were also very intriguing I'd love to find out about how they spent the War

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No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars

The Clone Wars rage on As insurgent Separatists fight furiously to wrest control of the galaxy from the Republic Supreme Chancellor Palpatine cunningly manipulates both sides for his own sinister purposes Torrent Company’s Captain Rex agrees to temporarily relieve Anakin Skywalker of Ahsoka his ubiuitous–and insatiably curious–Padawan by bringing her along on a routine three day shakedown cruise aboard Capta. One of the best Star Wars books I ve read and I ve read 79 Traviss gets right inside people and makes them live and you care about themParadoxically this story is so far out of the main stream of the SW universe that it s almost general science fiction Though it has a few of the Big Names they don t contribute much to the plot Yes it could have been complicated and it could have been longer but for the thoughtful reader it provides plenty to think about which is something few other SW books do

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Rescue the missing operative who is also his secret love Pellaeon–sworn to protect the Republic over all–is torn between duty and desire And Ahsoka sent in with Rex and six untested clone troopers to extract Hallena encounters a new and different Jedi philosophy which shakes the foundation of her upbringing to the core As danger and intrigue intensify the loyalties and convictions of all involved will be teste. I was left off with the last novel thinking this one would follow Anakin searching for R2 that may have been an episode of the animated series but Anakin sure lost R2 a few times And if it didn t follow that storyline in the last book it was poor writing to include just to try and fit the story in the Clone Wars timeline Next I was rather bored with this novel I thought it was going to be an Asoka adventure and felt that way but it wasn t We did get one large piece of cannon that other Jedis who will marry exist which troubles Anakin Now I want to know if Vader hunted down these Jedi I d like to read that story But overall I disappointed in this book The only redeeming story point was the hints at the are clones people debate

Free read ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ó Karen Traviss

In Gilad Pellaeon’s newly refitted assault ship But the training run becomes an active–and dangerous–rescue mission when Republic undercover agent Hallena Devis goes missing in the middle of a Separatist invasionDispatched to a distant world to aid a local dictator facing a revolution Hallena finds herself surrounded by angry freedom fighters and uestioning the Republic’s methods–and motives Summoned to. Ahsoka Rex and a bunch of green clone troopers join forces with Captain Pellaeon to rescue a Republic intelligence officer who s also Pellaeon s loverAlthough this story is pretty inconseuential to the Star Wars Legends canon it is nonetheless very readable The introduction of Altis attachment positive Jedi sect gives some interest and backstory to the character of Callista who was introduced years earlier as a love interest for Luke Skywalker in the ghastly Children of the Jedi by Barbara Hambly makes a dull one note character a little roundedAs with most of Traviss clone wars novels there is heavy emphasis on the morality of using cloned soldiers to fight in a war and this time there is even a brief flash of sympathy for the endless battle droids mown down by the Republic forces without compunctionThe characterisation is good with none of the principals behaving out of step with their established selves and the short length of the book means that there is no digression into dull plot alleyways A much better read than the previous Clone Wars novel

  • Paperback
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  • No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars
  • Karen Traviss
  • English
  • 06 March 2019
  • 9780345508997

About the Author: Karen Traviss

#1 New York Times best selling novelist scriptwriter and comics author Karen Traviss has received critical acclaim for her award nominated Wess'har series and her work on Halo Gears of War Batman GI Joe and other major franchises has earned her a broad range of fans She's best known for military science fiction but GOING GREY and BLACK RUN the first books in her new techno thriller seri