Remnant

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Ballantine, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 413 pages
19 Reviews
As the bloodied and weary galaxy faces battle once more, the Jedi take on the formidable task of bringing the last of the Empire into the light. . . .

From the ashes of the New Republic—torn to shreds by the savage Yuuzhan Vong forces—the newly formed Galactic Alliance has risen, determined to bring peace to the entire galaxy. But first the Yuuzhan Vong must be contained once and for all. And so Luke Skywalker seeks a world long lost to legend: Zonama Sekot, a sentient planet believed to have repelled an invasion by the Yuuzhan Vong decades ago. Deciphering the enigmatic secrets of Zonama Sekot just might turn the tides of a relentless war.

Aboard the Jade Shadow, Luke, his wife Mara, Jacen Solo, and other Jedi head off into the Unknown Regions, where rumors and clues suggest Zonama Sekot might be found. Yet the mission has barely begun when the searchers stumble into a horrific battle. The Imperial Remnant, in retreat from the mighty Yuuzhan Vong, is about to be destroyed. It would seem those aboard the Jade Shadow have little choice but to leave the Empire to its fate. But these are no ordinary space travelers, they are Jedi. . . .
  

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Review: Remnant (Force Heretic, #1) (Star Wars: The New Jedi Order #15)

User Review  - Daniel - Goodreads

There's some good moments and ideas in here: the beginnings of a search for a mythical, sentient planet; Admiral Pellaeon being boss; strange happenings with Tahiri; Nom Anor running around deep ... Read full review

Review: Remnant (Force Heretic, #1) (Star Wars: The New Jedi Order #15)

User Review  - Michael Church - Goodreads

Holy crap this was painful. I'm so sick of this series. Every installment is about some random new mission culminating in a big space battle using the same tricks and tactics as before and every time ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
viii
Section 3
ix
Section 4
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Section 5
2
Section 6
3
Section 7
13
Section 8
32
Section 20
E-25
Section 21
E-45
Section 22
E-53
Section 23
E-56
Section 24
E-63
Section 25
E-68
Section 26
E-73
Section 27
E-89

Section 9
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Section 10
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Section 11
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Section 12
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Section 13
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Section 14
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Section 15
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Section 16
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Section 17
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Section 18
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Section 19
E-9
Section 28
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Section 29
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Section 30
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Section 31
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Section 32
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Section 33
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Section 34
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Section 35
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Section 36
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Copyright

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Sean Williams is a New York Times best selling science fiction author. He was born in Whyalla, Australia in 1967. He studied at Adelaide University receiving a Bachelor of Economics. Sean completed a Masters in Creative Writing in 2005 and is currently a PhD candidate. Sean is a prolific writer. His books include the Books of the Catalcysm and (with Shane Dix) Evergence, Orphans and Geodesica series. Sean is a multiple recipient of both the Ditmar and Aurealis Awards. His novelisation of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed was the first novelisation of a computer game to debut at #1 on the "New York Times" bestseller list. Sean lives in Adelaide, Australia.

Sean Williams and Shane Dix are the bestselling and award-winning coauthors of the Evergence series. Their last novels were "Echoes of Earth" and its sequel "Orphans of Earth," Individually, both have numerous short story credits, and Williams is a successful author in his own right. His novels include "Metal Fatigue" and "The Resurrected Man," His fantasy series, The Books of the Change, concluded in December 2002.
Williams and Dix both live in Adelaide, South Australia, a city Salman Rushdie once described as the ideal setting for a horror story. Dix lives with his wife, Nydia, and has two children from a previous relationship. Williams lives with writer Kirsty Brooks and DJs in his spare time.
For more information, please visit www.seanwilliams.com.au.

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