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Free download Life Debt ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × [Epub] ➚ Life Debt By Chuck Wendig – Gym-apparel.co.uk Set between the events of Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens the never before told story that began with Star Wars Aftermath continues in this thrilling novel the second book of Chuck Wendig s Set between the events of Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens the never before told story that began with Star Wars Aftermath continues in this thrilling novel the second book of Chuck Wendig s New York Times bestselling trilogyIt is a dark time for the Empire The Emperor is dead and the remnants of his former Empire are in retreat As the New Republic fights to restore a lasting peace to the galaxy some dare to imagine new beginnings and new destinies For Han Solo that means settling his las. YawnThat’s all I’ve got to say about this book Well I’ll sueeze in a little bit I mean it’s the least I could do considering how this book is packed full of filler material and worthless storytelling So I might as well do the same in my review when one word would serve as a conduit of my opinions Read on if my single word wasn’t enough to convince you This was terrible The plot is practically non existent It’s like the author had a one chapter situation two at best and he milked it for an entire excruciatingly dull novel This barely felt like Star Wars Star Wars is supposed to be exciting It’s supposed to be about light verses darkness and the struggles of those that full between the boundaries of morality; it is supposed to be about those that struggle to find a sense of self in a galaxy torn between chaotic freedom and totalitarian control it is supposed to be dramatic and conflicted with emotion and power Instead Wendig gives us a load of bantha fodder he gives us some watered down semblance of the Star Wars universe And it tastes most bitter This really doesn’t have a lot going for it The Empire is crumbling we got that from the first book and its survivors are pushing it into something else the First order That’s pretty much it It’s all bureaucracy and administration without the flair that makes the politics dramatic and detrimental to the galaxy We see very little of the characters We’re vaguely aware that Han Solo is trying to liberate the wookie home world but see very little of it until the end The story is driven heavily by dialogue and it fails to create a sense of inner turmoil or decision making The narration is almost like stage directions It’s bare expressionless and rather odd in a novel format It needed some life in the writing and some cohesion within the story This should have been Solo’s adventure And that’s one of the main problems The book is all over the place with random interludes and brief character entrances It’s was difficult to tell which direction the story was going in or which part of the story was most significant After the first hundred or so pages I wasn’t entirely sure what had actually happened It’s like we have be given brief glimpses of a random selection of characters that aren’t important in the whole plot A story needs some sense of focus early on to bring everything together At times I felt like this relied on presumptive knowledge in the readers mind What this needed was a sense of focus because most of it was waffle I won't be reading the third book

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A Organa The attempt to liberate Kashyyyk has carried Han Solo Chewbacca and a band of smugglers into an ambush resulting in Chewie's capture and Han's disappearanceBreaking away from their official mission and racing toward the Millennium Falcon's last known location Norra and her crew prepare for any challenge that stands between them and their missing comrades But they can't anticipate the true depth of the danger that awaits them or the ruthlessness of the enemy drawing them into his crosshai. Is this better than the first Aftermath novel Yes Perhaps it deserves 25 starsThe good This novel provides information that's genuinely necessary to understanding the unfolding of the Star Wars 'verse You're not wasting your time reading it There's payoff not only with details about the main characters and evolution of the Aftermath specific characters but also with big arcs such as the enslavement of Kashyyk The bad Some of the characterizations don't ring true When contrasting the two characters for example I wouldn't say that Leia I've been a politician since my mid teens Organa is the idealistic one and Mon Let's demilitarize the exact moment we win Mothma is the practical one They're both far complicated than that For that matter Leia comes across as genuinely shrill in several scenes Yes she's upset but the woman who could handle watching her adoptive family and entire home planet be destroyed take over her own rescue and then come up with a stoic We have no time for our sorrows would not whinge and storm out of rooms in an emotional whirlwind when things don't go her way See Claudia Gray's BloodlineThe ugly Chuck Wendig's writing style continues to underwhelm I'm being kind here He's graduated to using complete sentences now but his diction is often odd as if he's grasped for a word and settled on one that sounds a bit like it and several times his errors in agreement subjectverb nounpronoun jarred me out of the story He confuses imply and infer Further in this single book he uses up his entire lifetime's supply of labyrinthine He never gets to use that word again Ever I appreciate that Lucasfilm is trying new things but I don't understand how Wendig landed a three book deal I waded through this for the relevant information but I wouldn't call it an enjoyable experience That's a shame when so many capable and skilled Disney era Star Wars authors like Claudia Gray and John Jackson Miller and James Luceno and Jason Fry to name just a few regularly delight

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Life DebtT outstanding debt by helping Chewbacca liberate the Wookiee's homeworld of KashyyykMeanwhile Norra Wexley and her band of Imperial hunters pursue Grand Admiral Rae Sloane and the Empire's remaining leadership across the galaxy Even as and officers are brought to justice Sloane continues to elude the New Republic and Norra fears Sloane may be searching for a means to save the crumbling Empire from oblivion But the hunt for Sloane is cut short when Norra receives an urgent reuest from Princess Lei. Everything Aftermath got right the seuel gets wrongWhile I am still completely okay with Wendig's style apparently most people are annoyed by it there was nothing to enjoy here An extreme case of second book syndrome at best