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Publisher Description

The first novel in a new trilogy starring veteran New Republic pilots!

On the verge of victory in a brutal war, five New Republic pilots transform from hunted to hunters in this epic Star Wars adventure. Set after Return of the Jedi, Alphabet Squadron follows a unique team, each flying a different class of starfighter as they struggle to end their war once and for all.

 
The Emperor is dead. His final weapon has been destroyed. The Imperial Army is in disarray. In the aftermath, Yrica Quell is just one of thousands of defectors from her former cause living in a deserters’ shantytown—until she is selected to join Alphabet Squadron.
 
Cobbled together from an eclectic assortment of pilots and starfighters, the five members of Alphabet are tasked by New Republic general Hera Syndulla herself. Like Yrica, each is a talented pilot struggling to find their place in a changing galaxy. Their mission: to track down and destroy the mysterious Shadow Wing, a lethal force of TIE fighters exacting bloody, reckless vengeance in the twilight of their reign.
 
The newly formed unit embodies the heart and soul of the Rebellion: ragtag, resourceful, scrappy, and emboldened by their most audacious victory in decades. But going from underdog rebels to celebrated heroes isn’t as easy as it seems, and their inner demons threaten them as much as their enemies among the stars. The wayward warriors of Alphabet Squadron will have to learn to fly together if they want to protect the new era of peace they’ve fought so hard to achieve.

Part of a Marvel and Del Rey crossover event, Alphabet Squadron is the counterpart to Marvel’s TIE Fighter miniseries, which follows the exploits of Shadow Wing as they scheme to thwart the New Republic.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
NARRATOR
SM
Saskia Maarleveld
LENGTH
13:50
hr min
RELEASED
2019
June 11
PUBLISHER
Random House Audio
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
822.3
MB

Customer Reviews

camerog ,

A confused mess

No likeable or interesting characters. The plot meanders and eventually diez

palmreaderA17 ,

Tried too hard to be the old Wraith Squadron

This new era of Star Wars is full of bad reboots and rip offs. (With a few exceptions most before the movies started coming. Except Windigs garage). This book could have been fun...I liked Twilight Company and Rogue One....this one I did not. Too bad too. Like so much Disney Star Wars this one tries and fails.

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