Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi - Abyss

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Random House, Jan 18, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Luke and Ben Skywalker arrive in the mysterious part of space called The Maw in search of more clues as to what caused Jacen Solo's downfall into the dark side. But they are not the only ones exploring The Maw: a Sith Master and her apprentice arrive there, too, having followed the delinquent ancient Sith ship found by Ben in The Legacy of the Force -- and they're thrilled to find Luke there, because they are determined to kill him. But there's another powerful being hiding in The Maw. It's enormously strong, purely evil, and it has its own plans for Luke Skywalker...

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User Review  - fulner - LibraryThing

Abyss was FANTASTIC. The best part was it lead me to fall in love with Han Solo all over again. The Grandfatherly persona has taken a slight edge off the old man, Every interaction he has with Leia ... Read full review

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User Review  - stefferoo - LibraryThing

3.5 stars. Pretty much three separate stories going here: 1) Han, Leia, Jaina and the other Jedi back on Coruscant trying to figure out why some of their young knights seem to be going crazy, 2) Luke ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Troy Denning is the author of the New York Times bestselling Star Wars novels Dark Nest: The Joiner King; Dark Nest: The Unseen Queen; Dark Nest: The Swarm War; Tatooine Ghost; The New Jedi Order: Star by Star; as well as Waterdeep (under the pseudonym Richard Awlinson) and over nineteen other novels, including Pages of Pain, Beyond the High Road, and The Summoning. His most recent Star Wars novels are Legacy of the Force: Tempest; Legacy of the Force: Inferno; and Legacy of the Force: Invincible. A former game designer and editor, he enjoys hiking, mountain climbing, judo, and any sport that involves going fast with boards strapped to his feet. He lives in western Wisconsin with his wife, Andria.

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