Book Reviews of Dark Journey (Star Wars: The New Jedi Order, Book 10)

Dark Journey (Star Wars: The New Jedi Order, Book 10)
Dark Journey - Star Wars: The New Jedi Order, Book 10
Author: Elaine Cunningham
ISBN-13: 9780345428691
ISBN-10: 0345428692
Publication Date: 1/2002
Pages: 301
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 52 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Paperback
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One of my favorites of the NJO simply because there is more Tenel Ka and Hapes packed into this book than in all the other non YJK books combined (even the Dark Nest and Legacy books). It really shows the YJK girls all grown up and dealing with thier crappy situations.
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Writer likes to test the waters in the Dark side pool. Leaves you with plenty to discuss where the line that seperates the Light from the Dark is.
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The New Jedi Order continues as Jaina Solo struggles with anger and despair after the Jedi Knights' harrowing adventure behind enemy lines.

Though the Jedi strike force completed its deadly mission into Yuuzhan Vong territory, the price of success was tragedy: not everyone made it out alive. In a daring getaway, hotshop pilot Jaina Solo stole an enemy ship, taking along her fellow survivors--and leaving behind a huge piece of her heart.

With the enemy in hot pursuit, Jaina is forced to seek haven in the unprotected, unfriendly Hapes Cluster, where the Jedi are held responsible for a past tragedy--and where the royal family has grim plans for their famous Jedi guest. Even more sinister are the intentions of the Yuuvhan Vong, desperate to capture Jaina for a hideous sacrifice.

Grief-stricken and obsessed with revenge, Jaina is blind to these threats--and to the overpowering evil dangerously close to consuming her. In the coming conflagration, Jaina will be fighting not for victory or vengeance, but fore her very being . . .