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Arrow, 2006 - Skywalker, Luke (Fictitious character) - 380 pages
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As civil war continues to break out in the Galactic Alliance, terrorism begins to drive the Alliance towards ever more repressive laws. Families find themselves divided, and old friendships are torn apart. But the bitterest enemy can be your own flesh and blood - and your foe can turn out to be your only ally. Old enemies Han Solo and Boba Fett are drawn together as they both learn some harsh truths about their own kin, while Luke and Mara Skywalker fear for their only son, Ben, when his Jedi Master, Jacen Solo, makes a dangerous choice that shocks both families and the galaxy at large.

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Review: Bloodlines (Star Wars: Legacy of the Force #2)

User Review  - Ben Wright - Goodreads

Entertaining enough with a lot of great moments however a certain characters choices in the penultimate chapter seemed far fetched and a bit mental, making him go from grey character to stereotypical villain Read full review

Review: Bloodlines (Star Wars: Legacy of the Force #2)

User Review  - Nick L - Goodreads

This rating is me just trying to be brutally honest. I can't say how accurate it is, because I love Star Wars so much that it could be teenage vampire/middle age S & M bondage crap, but if you slap ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

British writer Karen Traviss received critical acclaim for her first two novels City of Pearl and Crossing the Line, published by HarperCollins in the USA. A former defense correspondent and TV newspaper journalist, Karen has also worked as a police press officer, an advertising copywriter and a journalism lecturer. She has served in both the Royal Naval Auxiliary Service and the Territorial Army. A graduate of the Clarion East Class of 2000, she has had short stories published in Asimov's, Realms of Fantasy, and On Spec. She is also the author of Star Wars: Republic Commando: Hard Contact and Star Wars: Republic Commando: Triple Zero, and is the beloved of stormtroopers everywhere.

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