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Download Star Wars Thrawn Star Wars Thrawn #1 ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Star Wars Thrawn Star Wars Thrawn #1 By Timothy Zahn – One of the most cunning and ruthless warriors in the history of the Galactic Empire Grand Admiral Thrawn is also one of the most captiEr power he schools his trusted aide Ensign Eli Vanto in the arts of combat and leadership and the secrets of claiming victory But Wars Thrawn Star Wars Thrawn eBook #9734 even though Thrawn dominates the battlefield he has much to learn in the arena of politics where ruthless administrator Arihnda Pryce holds the power to be a potent ally or a brutal enemyAll these lessons will be put to the ultimate test when Thrawn rises to admiral and must pit all the knowledge instincts and battle forces at his command against an insurgent uprising that threatens not only innocent lives but also the Empire’s grip on the galaxy and his own carefully laid plans for future ascendan. Executive Summary After a slow start I really enjoyed this book a lot But I spent the whole book rooting for a member of the Empire and I feel dirty for itAudiobook Marc Thompson is so good that I really don't want to listen to a Star Wars book he doesn't narrate You get the usual Star Wars audiobook treatment here Music Sound effects and a narrator who can do all the voices making this feel like a radio drama than a novel at times Generally I find music in audiobooks distracting but the Star Wars books always do it right and make any book narrated by Mr Thompson a must listen for me Full Review I always loved the Star Wars movies as a kid but I was never a big enough fan to jump into the Expanded Universe Legends books until I was much older Shortly after I did Disney bought Lucas and it made all of that stuff non canon The one series I did read was the one that everyone seemed to recommend the most The Thrawn trilogyI enjoyed that trilogy especially in audio Often dubbed the third trilogy it was a pretty good attempt to tell a bit story after the end of Return of the Jedi I enjoyed those books but I didn't love them The main antagonist however was fantastic Thrawn made for a very different character than the emperor and Vadar I also found Mara Jade another excellent character Timothy Zahn's contribution to Star Wars was substantial It was a shame to see those characters suddenly be relegated to Legends I understand why they did it thoughFast forward a few years and when I saw the announcement that Thrawn was being added back into the canon again first on the excellent Star Wars Rebels show and later with a new book written by Timothy Zahn and I was really excitedI don't remember a whole lot about the original Thrawn series beyond the characteristics of Thrawn himself Most of the other characters and plot details are hazy at best What is fresh however is his appearance on Rebels This book serves as a backstory of sorts How Grand Admiral Thrawn came to be such a highly ranked member of the Imperial FleetYou get a lot insight into his thinking At times I found that a bit tedious especially the parts where he was observing people's facial movements in order to evaluate what they were thinking However as the book went on that seemed to be a bit less freuent or maybe I just finally got used to it The character is so well done that I found myself rooting for him to outmaneuver everyone he went up against and forgot that he was working for the Empire He's certainly not the villain in this book that he was in the original trilogy or that he's portrayed on the Rebels show It probably helps that none of the usual heroes are present to oppose him Much of his issue stems from the empire itself I enjoyed getting this kind of view of the characterThe secondary characters were uite good as well Not uite to the standards of the original series but memorable nonetheless Eli Vanto is definitely a new favorite and I hope we get stories about him in addition to Thrawn Marinda Price was another interesting character who despite being a secondary character got uite a lot of character development Originally I was wondering what her story had to do with the plot and I found the early parts of her sections slow Eventually though her story got interesting and its relevance was revealedOverall I thought this was a really enjoyable addition and I hope that it's only the start because while we got a lot of interesting backstory on Thrawn I found myself with a lot uestions than answers I especially want to see where this fits in with the final season of the Rebels show

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