Star Wars: Inquisitor: Rise of the Red Blade (Unabridged) Star Wars: Inquisitor: Rise of the Red Blade (Unabridged)

Star Wars: Inquisitor: Rise of the Red Blade (Unabridged‪)‬

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Publisher Description

When the Jedi Order falls, an Inquisitor rises.
Padawan Iskat Akaris has dedicated her life to traveling the galaxy alongside her master, learning the ways of the Force to become a good Jedi. Despite Iskat’s dedication, peace and control have remained elusive, and with each setback, she feels her fellow Jedi grow more distrustful of her. Already uncertain about her future in the Jedi Order, Iskat faces tragedy when her master is killed and the Clone Wars engulf the galaxy in chaos.
Now a general on the front lines contributing to that chaos, she is often reminded: Trust in your training. Trust in the wisdom of the Council. Trust in the Force. Yet as the shadows of doubt take hold, Iskat begins to ask questions that no Jedi is supposed to ask. Questions about her own unknown past. Questions the Jedi Masters would consider dangerous.
As the years pass and the war endures, Iskat’s faith in the Jedi wanes. If they would grant her more freedom, she is certain she could do more to protect the galaxy. If they would trust her with more knowledge, she could finally cast aside the shadows that have begun to consume her. When the Jedi Order finally falls, Iskat seizes the chance to forge a path of her own. She embraces the salvation of Order 66.
As an Inquisitor, Iskat finds the freedom she has always craved: to question, to want. And with each strike of her red blade, Iskat moves closer to claiming her new destiny in the Force—whatever the cost.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Kristen Sieh
hr min
July 18
Random House Audio

Customer Reviews

bobdoleee ,

Yes just yes

Awesome book here, interesting story line that takes place in the very beginning of the clones wars and goes beyond order 66. Definitely a great book.

J-Prins ,

Very well written!

At first I was hesitant to read this book as it is a stand alone, but I am SO GLAD THAT I DID! It is extremely well written. The character is VERY well written and deeply relatable in her emotions and experiences. I would say that the 1st and 2nd acts are the best compared to the 3rd but thats comparing good to great. Finally, this book shares unique perspectives on some events from episode 2 and 3 and is of very high prediction value. A great read! I highly encourage any star wars fan to read this book!

TyAmazin ,

Honestly, refreshing.

I’ve read just about every Star Wars book out. I could go on about how before Disney bought Star Wars blah blah and it would all be true. However, this was hands down the best book I’ve read (beside the thrawn series) since Disney bought the rights to Star Wars I mean the storytelling was phenomenal! The author really made it feel you were along the journey since the very beginning. If you are hesitating on purchasing this book please rest assure that you won’t be disappointed.

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